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Suspended Decking for a large terrace - guidance required

Posted by KarenD-121790 - Created: 9 months ago
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Posted by Steviec-880545 - 9 months ago

I also used MBA in ST Foy but used the flat pressure treated pine. It went down 4 years ago and still looks good, no shrinkage. It turn a nice shade of soft grey

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Posted by france4me-10033744 - 9 months ago

Have you considered using TREX, composite decking..no maintenance, no shrinkage or warping in hot dry conditions or rotting in rain and damp. sorry not  sure what the brand would be here in france.

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Posted by jabcap - 9 months ago

Try MBA Aquitane timber in Ste Foy Le Grande or Bordeaux. They have Itauba hardwood 21mm x 135 smooth decking (Similar to Ipe but less costly)  which I used and they will deliver.

Posted by French Heel - 9 months ago

Don't know if this is one of the places that you have been, but their decking and screws are very reasonable. CDA at Aiguillan.

https://www.cdasite.fr/

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Posted by KarenD-121790 - 9 months ago

Sorry, I should have made it clear that the frame has been built. We are interested in information regarding the durability of decking boards, either in soft wood or hard wood. (spliting, moving, maintaining their shape/warping etc...) Thank you