Anti-Slip Decking Boards

£23.20 Including VAT.

Local Delivery Available On Selected Products.

Local Installation Available on Selected Products.

In High Demand, Please Call to verify stock levels & price.

All product photographs and images are for illustration purpose only and may differ in colour and style. Timber is a natural product which is affected by temperature and moisture, it can expand, fade, warp, crack or split. This will not diminish the overall quality of the products supplied and is not a default in manufacturing processes.

Anti-Slip Decking Boards

120mm x 32mm x 3.6m anti-slip decking boards offers a great range of top grade low-slip deck boards perfect for steps, ramps and walkways where enhanced grip is necessary.



Most decks in wet conditions become slippy and possibly dangerous therefore this product is great for your outdoor project. Safe underfoot, and with the natural beauty of timber, create your perfect outdoor space all year round. Ice condition may reduce performance.

The Anti-Slip process utilises a specially formulated and highly durable combination of resin and aggregate which is professionally inserted into the machined grooves of the timber decking.

Supplied to you, ready to lay with unbeatable anti-slip properties!

Common Applications:

  • Decking
  • Platforms
  • Outdoor Stairways
  • Outdoor Walkways
  • Balconies
  • Wooden paths
  • Large Surfaces

Local delivery available, Call our friendly sales staff on +44 (0)1463 871222 for details and availability in your area.

Dimensions 3900 × 120 × 28 mm

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FETTES Wood Products

Please Note: Timber is a living product and will eventually need replacing. Although the wood preservative used in the pressure-treatment process is of the highest quality eco-friendly preservative to protect timber from insect attack and rot, it doesn’t protect timber from the effects of weather. UV light is responsible for most damage to exposed wood because it changes or destroys the wood’s lignin, a component of wood that hardens and strengthens the cell walls. In more scientific terms this process is called photo-oxidation. Without additional protection UV rays from the sun will weather timber changing the colour to silvery grey. It is also recommended to keep all vegetation at least 24 inches away from wood surfaces to allow for adequate ventilation and drying out of these surfaces when wet. Moisture will negatively affect the lifespan and performance of a timber product, so it’s essential to add a high-quality protective water-repellent coating to our product to get the best possible life span. This is best undertaken with a solvent-based treatment during the summer months, so that it can soak into the dry wood. Clean the wood surfaces to remove all foreign materials from the wood prior to the application of an exterior finish system. The overall performance of even the best finish system is dependent upon proper surface preparation and application technique. A wide range of wood treatment products are available on request and at our showroom. The timber colour may vary dependant on the timber and chemical protection used.

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Call our friendly sales staff on +44 (0)1463 871222 for details and availability.

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