Decking Division Expanded:

At Chaffin Fencing we have expanded our decking division after a large increase in the demand for outside decking areas. We have very much enjoyed getting stuck in and sharing our passion with new customers all over the South East.

You can choose from either a durable hardwood or a pre-treated softwood timber, meaning both of them have a lift expectancy of at least 15 years.

We can advice you on the design taking into consideration the terrain of your garden and the purpose in which you desire for your decking.

Our team of experts can design and implement features, railings and of course fencing to complement your decking. All of these services come with a complimentary free quote, and no pressure to purchase.

So contact us today and start getting the best out of the summer with our finest range of decking, fencing and outdoor flooring! We can even breath new life into tired old decking:

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