So... You Want To Build a Floating Outdoor Deck?
If you have a roof space or an area of your garden that isn’t enhancing your property, you should consider installing a floating deck. It can add value to your property and allow you to really enjoy living in your home. Outdoor space is in great demand for any property, and particularly those in urban areas which do not have the luxury of a huge amount of square footage.
A floating outdoor deck
is a clever way of transforming space into a smart, inviting area perfect for a few sundowners or intimate family dinners. A beautifully executed deck can really add to the wow factor of your property, but it isn’t a job that should be completed by a total amateur.
What Should You Consider When Planning Your Floating Outdoor Deck
Although there are many websites and videos online which claim that anyone can build a floating deck with just a few tools they happen to have lying around. However, if you want a professional job, you should probably call in the experts. At Outdure, we can offer a professional design service to make sure you are getting the very best out of the space you want to transform. We consider the positioning of the floating outdoor deck
to ensure you get the right amount of light and shade. We can also incorporate planting areas and advise of which materials will give you the right balance between the natural and the man-made. It’s important to choose the right kind of floating deck panels. We recommend modular, moisture-proof, and lightweight yet robust materials to ensure the build is durable and yet not excessively heavy.
Which Floating Deck Do We Recommend?
Our Qwickbuild system is specially designed for low height decks, to provide a level and stable foundation for your floating outdoor deck
. Using the Qwickbuild system is a low-risk approach which is ideal for stress-free decks. It also allows a range of different types of materials to be placed on top such as turf, tiles and of course boards. It is suitable to be placed on the ground, pavers and on concrete.
We have two main types of floating deck panels that we use in our projects – Casadeck and Resortdeck. Casadeck is crafted from environmentally friendly composite decking panels. We recycle and treat used composite panels to ensure they are free of termites, splinters and signs of wear and tear. This means they are a more affordable option compared to buying new, and you will save money on installation too. You can enjoy your deck, knowing that you’ve made a sustainable choice. It’s a win-win situation. Take a look at some of our projects using Casadeck – we think you’ll be pleasantly surprised just how good it looks.
Resortdeck is a higher grade of decking solution, and often the panel type of choice for the luxe end of the market. It comes with a higher price tag but is more suitable for areas of heavy traffic. The Qwickbuild system can be used with any premium composite decking panels, but the beauty of using Outdure’s in house products is that they are all covered under one guarantee. Get in touch to talk with us about your decking dreams