Quality Timber Decking by Q-Deck
Better choice, Better quality, Better job.
Q stands for Quality
Q-Deck products are machined from slow grown and carefully selected quality softwood to give a great looking and smooth finish. See how Q-Deck products are made...
More consistent and less waste
During our milling process Q-Deck decking boards are visually graded to minimise problem boards.
Independently quality assessed
All Q-Deck products have DeckMark® accreditation independently assessed by the Timber Decking and Cladding Association (TDCA).
Performance Rated Products
Q-Deck products have DeckMark Plus certification. Q-Grip York and Q-Grip Canterbury deckboards (tested to British Standard 7976 parts 1&2).
DeckMark Plus is an extension of the TDCA’s DeckMark quality assurance scheme. Introduced in 2000, DeckMark was designed to give reassurance to specifiers and consumers that timber deck components have been manufactured to established quality standards.
DeckMark Plus builds on this widely adopted scheme to combine a quality accredited product with a formal performance rating. For example DeckMark Plus now enables architects and designers to specify boards that have been independently slip tested in line with BS7976 and provide a ‘low slip potential’ in both wet and dry conditions.
As manufacturers of Q-Deck, Hoppings can visually strength grade Q-Deck components as required.This gives you the confidence to use our products knowing that their quality has been independently assessed. The TDCA developed the DeckMark® to provide an independent quality assurance scheme.
Wood - One of Nature’s Wonder Products
Timber is still one of our most attractive, versatile and dependable construction materials, with performance and environmental credentials to match any man-made alternative. In its natural state it is a plant and as such helps generate the very air we breathe. And as a natural product it is subject to considerable variation - in colour, grain and character. Variations of this sort are to be expected and do not inherently affect the quality of the end product.