Exciting Developments at Ecoscape

It’s 2016 and the New Year is upon us and what better time than to share some of the exciting developments happening here at Ecoscape UK.

The new composite solid board range has gone from strength to strength with new colours being introduced to complement the existing colours of Cedar, Chestnut, Charcoal and Graphite with the three additional new colours being ash,  autumn and walnut. The solid composite board range is an exciting product due to its versatility being able to be fashioned into fencing, screening, seating, planters and even as trim to finish off and complement the Ecoscape composite decking range.

Here at Ecoscape HQ we have added to our outdoor showroom and have constructed an outdoor screening area featuring composite screening in a number of styles both horizontal and vertical and in a number of different profiles using the 45mm x 10mm and 90mm x 10mm for the screen and the 90mm x 20mm and 70mm x 15mm for the seating .

The flexibility of the Ecoscape composite range truly shows off its value when designing an outdoor space. We have a composite for every aspect of your garden from composite decking through to fencing and screening and not to forget one of our most popular lines the composite balustrade range.

Landscape designers and architects are now coming around to the true versatility and nature of composites in an outdoor space. Ecoscape fit the bill being both eco-friendly and long-lasting a great combination to ensure your garden is looking fresh and clean into the future.

Ecoscape composites are made up from WPC’s (Wood Polymer Composites) a unique blend of both wood fibres extruded from the production process of other wood-based materials and high-density polythene typically recycled plastics such as bottles.

This unique blend of materials ensures that our composites can last for the industry-leading 20-year guarantee. We expect big things from the Ecoscape composite decking line in 2016. Ecoscape is now becoming the number one composite decking choice for landscapers, landscape architects, building merchants and large construction firms.

Some of the compliments we have received are that our decking is both robust and versatile. Versatility comes from it being a dual-sided board with two contrasting grooves on one side a one-inch groove and the other side a quarter inch groove.

Robustness comes from the fact that the composite is both free from rot due to its characteristics of being a WPC and warp-free. Another key point to make is the fact that Ecoscape range is anti-slip having undertaken British Standard tests with both grooves having performed extremely well in both wet and dry conditions.

Our balustrade range went from strength to strength in 2015 with many happy customers up and down the country choosing a unique balustrade system for their outdoor space.

Ecoscape now offers seven balustrade systems from the traditional composite balustrade with spindles through to a number of glass systems utilising both a channel system and spigots and the very popular metal systems of wire and an aluminium bar system. 

We now have all balustrade systems featured here at Ecoscape HQ complementing the show composite decking and composite screening. We want to make 2016 a great year and aim to build on our excellent product range coupled with our stellar customer service to fulfil your garden dreams in 2016.

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