Seven Trust is a leader in outdoor decks and wood plastic composite products, with its view on a sustainable future for our planet we are proud to launch our wood plastic composite decking material, we are sure that it will eventually replace the conventional timber used for decking and wood decking which are used as garden decking or outdoor decking .
Why Wholesale Composite Decking Material
Composite decking material wholesale is a best choice. It is a high performance fibre composite derived from a revolutionary green technology. The core fibre composite technology, developed and refined through the years, promises to ease pressures on our forests by delivering an optimum and viable timber free alternative acceptable for mass applications and integration with industry.
Wood plastic composite deck material is made of Wood Fibre,Plastic and Few of chemical additives:
- Wood cellulose - uses wood powder.
- Chemical additives (couplant) - like colorants, coupling agents, stabilizers, blowing agents, reinforcing agents, foaming agents and lubricants make wood and plastic compounded perfectly.
- Plastic -WPC decking adopts the plastic material containing both new and reclaimed HDPE (high-density polyethylene) as per the strict ratio. Other plastic material (like PPPolypropylene, PVC-Polyvinyl chloride etc.) can replace PE on clients special demands.
Perfect Wholesale Composite Decking Material Plan
If you have a plan about composite decking material wholesale, Seven Trust will be your best choice who is the best supplier and manufacturer in China.We provide customers with detailed product data, including price per foot of composite deck, choice of the color of the composite deck, composite deck maintenance plan, and some commonly used composite deck design.We have tried to express these figures in sq ft and in fat so that you can quickly use them for your own deck situation. Note that deck surface costs are per square foot but handrail costs are per lineal foot. Don't get confused! We have assumed in these examples a deck placed a few feet above the ground; higher elevations on more difficult ground will cost more in labor and materials, maybe an additional 20%.