PERMATEEK SYNTHETIC DECKING
Maintaining the look but unlike real teak decking, Permateek composite decking comes in the form of plastic panels which are easy to clean, stain resistant and practically maintenance free. As used by Seastart Marine Assistance, It can be applied to practically any surface including GRP, steel and timber which gives you the flexibility of where you wish to lay it as it is flexible so can be shaped or contoured.
Panels are fully welded by hand making them stronger than glued products which are also on the market. Permateek is designed to last and is the most appropriate surface for boating conditions. Colour fast pigmenting and in-built ‘graining’ are totally convincing. Combine this with the fact each strip actually includes its own dark ‘caulking’ edge and the end result will look like something laid by a traditional craftsman.
Permateek is highly resistant to sun, rain and seawater, and when wet it is non-slip even in running salt water making it ideal for bathing platforms and steps. Permateek requires no further oiling, varnishing, sanding or scraping and is very easy to clean using a pressure washer if desired. Permateek panels are often used to brighten or cover up existing faded wood teak or a slightly damaged boat deck to bring the boat back to life.
We now offer a range of 8 plank colours and 3 caulking colours including black, silver and white. With this growing range you can now tailor your decking to look exactly how you want in ways that are not possible with traditional teak. Please click here to view the chart of all Permateek Synthetic Decking colours for planks and caulking.
Areas Serviced -
West Sussex: Chichester including many marinas in Chichester Harbour (Chichester Marina, Birdham Pool, Bosham, Fishbourne) Littlehampton and Brighton. Hampshire: Emsworth, Hayling Island, Portsolent, Hamble, Southampton, Portsmouth, Gunwharf, Gosport, Southsea. Dorset: Poole, Christchurch, Lymington, Bournemouth.
If you are based in any other area of England or the UK please enquire for further information – where possible we try to come out and visit your boat for an accurate quotation and to fit the decking.