As part of its ongoing commitment to supporting architects and specifiers, Marley has launched its new Decking Specification Guide.
Developed to help construction professionals design and specify decking in accordance with the latest regulations, standards and best practice, the comprehensive guide is available now as a free download.
The guide covers all aspects of decking specification from performance characteristics and environmental credentials to third party accreditations and maintenance.
It also has a dedicated section with a focus on planning for inclusivity and the considerations necessary to ensure decks include anti-slip measures and an even surface.
And, as more and more projects see sustainability brought to the fore, readers also have access to information on measuring success and assessing the sustainability of different decking products.
Specification teams face growing pressures when it comes to projects, such as tight budgets, changing regulations and complicated supply chains.
The new decking specification guide is a tool to support specifiers when they’re starting a design, to answer common questions and ensure the selection of right product for their project.
Download your copy of the new Decking Specification Guide by clicking www.marley.co.uk/deckingspecguide
To learn more about decking, register for Marley’s CPD: www.marley.co.uk/cpd/timber-decking
To read a Marley timber decking case study on the Buildingtalk website, click here.
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