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Oak Balustrades & Silver Birch Decking

Nights are best spent outdoors in summer at this holiday home as the decking installation from front to back promotes nocturnal outdoor living…

Oak Balustrades with Modern Silver Birch Decking

Read a book, top up your tan or just head outside and take in the peaceful surrounds – this can all be done at this holiday home after our installation team took care of fitting the silver birch decking and accompanying oak balustrades. It all superbly complements the character of the holiday home – a lot of the credit for that has to go to the traditional oak finish applied to the rails and balustrades. This oak colour also contrasts well against the modern silver birch colour incorporated into the decking system.

The sight of the holiday home really blows you away as you drive or walk your way towards it, and the rear of the building is no less impressive to look at. Handily situated close to the seaside, it has both steps and a lengthy ramp for accessibility purposes. There is also a gated section and several of the posts have a light fitting that can be switched on at night to expose the beauty of the holiday home after dark. Why holiday anywhere else when a holiday home can be this special?

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