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Grey Composite Decking

 

Grey composite decking is the fastest selling composite decking colour in the sector and continue its growth year on year, making it a sort after product especially in peak season.

Grey composite decking is offered by all composite decking provides in first and second-generation composite decking below we have listed grey colours offer within the sector and the fade rate in which you can expect if your choosing either first or second-generation composite decking.

First Generation Grey composite decking

Light Grey

High Fade Rate – high to medium fade rate, the high to medium depends upon which supplier and surface texture in which you pick, for example if you pick a  thin and wide groove surface texture this will fade at a high to medium level rate, print on wood grain grey will fade over 5 years and lose its wood grain appearance. Deep embossed will fade at high to medium rates retaining its wood grain appearance for decades.

Slate Grey (Black)

Low to Medium Fade rate – slate grey in our expect view is a black, but sold by many suppliers and manufactures as slate grey – thin and wide groove surface texture this will fade at a low to medium-level rate, print of wood grain grey will fade over 5 years and lose its wood grain appearance. Deep embossed will fade at medium rates retaining its wood grain appearance for decades.

Stone Grey

High to medium fade rate – stone grey also sold as dark grey has a high to medium fade depends upon which supplier and surface texture in which you pick, for example, if you pick a  thin and wide groove surface texture this will fade at a medium level rate, print on wood grain grey will fade over 5 years and lose its wood grain appearance. Deep embossed will fade at high to medium rates retaining its wood grain appearance for decades.

Anthracite Grey

High to medium fade rate – anthracite grey is one of the best selling grey colours due to its popularity in all residential and commercial projects and is mostly purchased to match window and doors. High to medium fade depends upon which supplier and surface texture in which you pick, for example, print on wood grain anthracite grey will fade over 5 years and lose its wood grain appearance. Deep embossed will fade at high to medium rates retaining its wood grain appearance for decades, thin and wide groove surface texture will fade at a high to medium rate.

Second Generation Grey Composite Decking

Light Grey

None to Low fade rate, Light grey in second generation composite decking is one of the best-selling second-generation grey. Its fade rate is none to low over 25 years depending on conditions and maintenance and can be a sort after product in peak composite decking season by all suppliers.

Slate Grey

None to Low fade rate – Slate like its first-generation cousin is again in our expert view a black – its fade rate is none too low over 25 years depending on conditions and maintenance.

Stone Grey

None to low fade rate – Light grey in second generation composite decking is one of the best-selling second-generation grey, its fade rate is none to low over 25 years depending on conditions and maintenance and can be a sort after product in peak composite decking season by all supplier.

Anthracite Grey

None to low fade rate – offer by ultra decking on custom made order is almost a bluey grey colour and unique – its fade rate is none too low over 25 years depending on conditions and maintenance

Quick Summary

Grey composite decking is the biggest selling decking colour in the UK due to its popularity, it comes in a wide range of grey colours by many different suppliers and a variety of quality and surface textures, our recommendation is to order samples from all suppliers and pick the best colour and texture for you and your new project, order our grey collection samples here.