Make a paradise of a cottage

Decking floors

Cottages are a place of relaxation in nature, small oases of peace and tranquility for the family. They are usually small in size and do not contain all the equipment that is in the home. However, when they are made and equipped, they require a lot of work and energy, as well as a good choice of materials.

Decorating a cottage

In order for the weekend house to be functional, the construction works should be done in a planned and professional manner, and not spontaneously (when it arrives). It is safest to hire one contractor who will be responsible for all works, regardless of whether it is construction or renovation.

In addition to the interior decoration, arranging the weekend house also means arranging its external parts, terraces and porches. Access to the cottage is just as important as the rest of the yard and therefore one should carefully choose the materials to be used.

Terrace to enjoy

When it is said that one is going to a weekend house, it is usually the first picture that appears to be resting in a comfortable chair on the terrace with a view of nature. Terraces on cottages provide what we miss so much in the city, and that is the connection with nature in the most comfortable way.

If the terrace is spacious and sunny all year round, or if it is not covered for paving it most convenient to use decking floors.

Depending on the affinity and exposure to wear you can decide on WPC deking ili wooden decking. Both types of decking have their advantages, and they bring a feeling of warmth to the ambience.

What is especially good about decking is that it is applicable on uneven terrain. By practically placing the decking in a wider circle around the cottage, on the terrace or porch, the direct surface for movement can be stabilized. Stabilization is performed by placing a metal substructure under the decking and fixing it.

Cottage with outdoor pool

The outdoor pool is a real boon in the summer months when it is very hot. If you want to make your yard a place to enjoy, building / installing a pool is a complete hit. Pools are usually buried and a suitable base for movement is placed around them.

WPC decking is a great choice for pool areas because it does not rot and does not absorb water. Decking does not heat up during the heat like some other materials, so it remains pleasant for barefoot walking.

Its non-slip surface allows you to get out of the pool in a completely relaxed manner, without the risk of excess. The wooden base, on the other hand, is reminiscent of a ship’s deck, which gives the ambience by the pool a special touch.

Durability and maintenance of floors

WPC deking it can be used most widely in furnishing a cottage, for floors of terraces and porches that are fully open, for fencing terraces, for paving access to the cottage, as well as for decorative purposes in the form of shelves or cladding of individual facade walls.

As a combination of wood and special plastic materials, it contains UV filters that allow the decking to stay in the same shade for a long time. WPC decking is significantly stronger than wood and is used for spaces that are very transient or suffer from other types of cargo. This type of decking requires minimal maintenance, which is very important when it comes to cottages.

WPC deking

Wooden decking (without plastic materials) is made of Siberian larch or impregnated white pine. These are very durable types of wood that are resistant to external influences. Due to the special way of processing, it has a non-slip surface, which is very pleasant under the feet. Wooden decking should be protected once a year by coating with a special protective agent.

Both wood and WPC decking should be cleaned regularly to preserve it. For those who do not have time to deal with it, the services of specialized decking services are available.

All these types of decking are imported by the company JBA doo from Belgrade. Visit our website or call us on the phone Phone: +381 11 303 56 85. Large selection of decking floors of Siberian larch, Burmese teak, ipe lapacho, cumaru and many others.

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