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Can you picture it now? The sun is shining, the grill is grilling, friends and family all gathered in your garden for a glorious day of barbecuing, good times and laughs. And it's all taking place on your garden deck. That's right, your garden decking is a crucial element to any outdoor event and we're not about to let you miss out on making those warming, summer-day memories.We're here to help you turn your garden into an outdoor entertaining hub with the right patio decking for the right price.

Choose from a range of timber and hardwood decking products from Homebase, including balustrades and wooden decking boards. You can browse timber and composite decking boards in various lengths and styles, helping your build the ideal garden deck.

In our garden decking collection you'll find classic boards beautifully crafted from wood and composite decking. The latter is made from 100% FSC® certified wood and reclaimed high density plastics, making it beautiful yet durable and easy to maintain. We also stock softwood decking if you're building a deck on a budget, and anti-slip decking to ensure a little extra safety for children.

For a simple, ready-made deck, try decking kits from Homebase. These are ideal for placing in a sunny corner of your garden to create a spot for relaxing or entertaining. These kits are simple to install and ready to be laid directly onto an existing patio or concrete base. Our decking accessories will ensure you have everything you need to get the job done, whilst our decking stains will complete the look and help prolong the life of your decking.

Don't delay the deck. Find the right ingredients for your garden decking here at Homebase. Shop online or in store today.


Frequently Asked Questions

How do you build or lay decking?

Want to know the right way to build or lay decking in your garden? Read our expert blog on how to lay decking, including a list of all the tools you'll need and a step-by-step guide for you to follow.

How do you clean decking?

The best way to clean your patio decking is with a power or jet wash. Learn more about how to clean decking by reading our in-depth blog. It includes advice on what you should use and a step-by-step guide on using a pressure washer to get your patio shining.

How much does decking cost?

How much your decking costs will depend on a number of factors, including the size, design and material of your decking. The complexity of the installation (i.e. odd shapes or positioning) can also change the overall cost. We recommend getting in touch with a Homebase expert, browsing our range of garden decking online or visiting us in store to learn more about the cost of adding a deck to your garden.

How much decking do you need?

To work out how much decking you need for your garden, first measure the length and width of your intended area. A rectangular or square area is easiest for this, but you can split oddly shaped areas into rectangles or squares too and add up their individual measurements. Once you have the length and width of your area, multiply them together to work out the square meterage. Now you can work out how many pieces of decking you'll need for your garden patio.

How long does decking last?

How long your decking lasts depends on the type of material you choose. Softwood decking is more affordable but will typically last around 10 to 15 years. Hardwood decking, meanwhile, will cost a bit more but can last for as long as 25 years if you maintain it well. Need more guidance?  

Read our decking buying guide for additional insights and advice.

How do you stop decking being slippery?

Buying anti-slip decking is a sure-fire way to stop your decking being slippery. However, if you have your heart set on hardwood or pure timber decking, here are some additional methods to prevent it from becoming slippery.

1. Regularly maintain and clean your deck of leaves and debris

2. Install anti-slip strips or decking tape

3. Apply a non-slip decking oil or finish

4. Use algae and moss killers

5. Use rubber mats