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Ecoscape Forma decking is an advanced co-extruded collection of decking boards. Manufactured from 55% reclaimed wood fibres and 45% recycled plastic, the Forma boards are covered in an externally durable outer layer, making the boards scratch and stain resistant and UV stable.

Forma decking has a dual-surface finish with a woodgrain effect on one side and wide groove pattern on the other. The co-extrusion process uniquely mixes every individual board, helping them accurately mimic the effect of natural timber.

The boards are incredibly low-maintenance and strong, leading to a long lifespan – in fact, our Forma decking range is backed with a 25-year warranty for your peace of mind. Available in 6 stylish colours, these boards can be supplied in 3000mm and 4800mm lengths.

We can also provide any associated fixings and trims, including Angles, Composite Fascia trims, Flat Composite trims, and the hidden fixing system that creates a seamless finish to your Ecoscape Forma boards.

Advantages of Composite Decking

Increased Durability

Mixing the traditional material of wood with the increased strength of HDPE allows the decking boards to be stronger and more durable than traditional timber.

Low Maintenance

thanks to their strength and material composition, the decking boards are low maintenance once installed, requiring no more than a soapy wash down twice a year.

Safety: Splinter Free

Ecoscape composite decking boards will not splinter or split when under pressure, making them a safe option for houses with pets and young children.

Colour Options

All our Ecoscape decking ranges come in a wide range of colour options, so you can choose the shade that truly suits your home.

Long Term Value

Composite decking boards are a cost-effective solution – they are manufactured to last a long time and their durability means that your initial investment will recoup itself over the years, whereas other materials you may have to replace over time, which increases the cost.

Weather Resistance

Ecoscape decking boards are UV stable and will not stain from constant penetration from the sun’s rays. They will also not rot, warp or buckle when exposed to heavy rain.

Composite vs Wood Deck

Regular timber planks are susceptible to damage from the elements – they can lose their colour under constant UV exposure, or end up rotting in heavy rain. This is not the case with composite decking boards – the addition of 45% HDPE plastic gives them weather resistance that timber decking could only dream of.

Timber decking may also need to be painted, sealed and replaced frequently. All of these processes come at a cost. Although composite decking may be more of an initial investment, it is virtually maintenance free and designed to last a minimum of 20 years – far longer than wood. This means that it is more cost effective over time than timber decking.

Composite Decking Lifestyle Benefits


If you’re someone who is always aware of the eco choices you make, you can rest assured knowing that choosing Ecoscape composite decking is choosing a sustainable option. The decking boards are made from 55% reclaimed wood fibres and 45% recycled plastic, making them an environmentally friendly option for those who like to make a difference.

Lifestyle Improvements

Adding composite decking to your home can create a whole host of added benefits to your home that you never knew existed! Not only are you able to use your outdoor space more frequently for personal benefits or to entertain friends, adding Ecoscape composite decking to your home could even increase its value! Creating a usable space is incredibly appealing to prospective buyers – so not only can you benefit from installing composite decking now, when it’s time to sell, you can reap the benefits even more.

Composite Decking FAQs

As such a new and innovative product in the market, many people have questions regarding composite decking and how it can be used. We’ve put together a whole guide on some of the most common Ecoscape Decking FAQs – if you’ve got a question, take a look here to see if it has been answered, and if not, do get in touch with our team of friendly advisors.

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