Wood Decking

Wood decking is created using structural boards or planks and attaching them to joists, beams, rafters, or trusses to form a floor or roof surface.

Similar to sheathing, the boards act to provide lateral support to the structure and carry the live and dead loads from above to the floor or roof structure below. Today, wood decking is used under some roofing material, and on ceilings, decks, patios, docks, boardwalks and bridges.

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What Is Wood Decking?

Solid wood flooring often comes in two types; softwood and hardwood. Softwood flooring is made from materials from a range of trees, usually Fir, Pine and Cedar. This type of wood matures quickly and is readily available, but it is also less dense and durable than hardwood flooring. Trees used for hardwood flooring grow slowly making the wood much denser and more durable. Solid wood flooring, such as oak wood flooring, will need less maintenance and be far more hard wearing.

Why Choose Wood Decking?

Choosing the right type of flooring for your business can be a difficult decision, and your business is likely to have this new flooring for many years to come. Real wood flooring has its many advantages to businesses;

Completely Unique:
When you choose solid wood flooring for your business, you are choosing something completely unique to you. No two planks of wood are the same, each with their own individual colours and patterns. On top of this, there are loads of types of hardwood flooring to choose from, each with their own characteristics, colour and grain.
Warming And Comfortable:
Hardwood flooring is great for maintaining an even temperature all year round. When you choose oak wood flooring for your business, you will benefit from a floor that is warming and helps to stop heat loss underfoot. Wooden flooring is also particularly soft to walk on, and our team at Ajax Flooring can install real wood flooring on joists or under layment for added comfort.
Durable And Long lasting:
Commercial spaces tend to require flooring that is extremely hard wearing, especially in high traffic areas such as office flooring. Hardwood flooring is very strong and durable with naturally high-density levels. It does not get damaged easily and is simple to maintain and clean. Solid wood flooring can also be sanded, sealed and restored if it becomes dull over time, giving it a new lease of life.