Plastic Synthetic Marine Decking

D W Plastics has many years experience in the extrusion of teak-effect plastic synthetic marine decking and flooring products used widely in the marine and building industries as an alternative to real teak.

Rigid and flexible synthetic decking extrusion products are designed to replicate traditional wooden surfaces and provide attractive replacements for teak boat decks and trim for ecological, environmental and economic reasons.

Our PVC decking products are durable, versatile, easy to maintain and can be used for external and internal applications. They have a textured, slip-resistant surface that remains effective when wet.

D W Plastics also manufactures various marine decking trims which can be combined with other decking products to provide a perfect finish for that uniform teak-effect look for internal cabin design and external deck installations. The various trim profiles are made of PVC to look and feel like real wood. Like the PVC decking, they are durable, resistant to water and will not crack or fade like real teak.

For further information on the flexible teak-effect PVC marine decking and trims, please visit the following website: Flexiteek.com, or for the United States Nuteak.com.

Rigid synthetic marine decking co-extruded to look and feel like real teak
Synthetic Teak
Coiled flexible plastic marine decking product
toe rail
Teak effect synthetic decking trims plastic extrusion for boats
teak effect plastic extrusion trims for boats

COVID-19 Update

During these uncertain times caused by the ongoing COVID-19 situation, we would just like to inform you that we have taken the decision to keep our operations open for as long as possible to continue to supply our customers, some of which are key essential suppliers to the NHS and pharmaceutical sectors.

The welfare of our workforce and the wider community is extremely important to us, so we have instigated additional measures to restrict potential exposure to and mitigate the spread of the virus. As many of our employees as possible are now working from home, and we are following Government advice and Public Health Guidelines with respect to safe working practices by increasing cleaning regimes within our facilities and implementing social distancing rules for our manufacturing operations.

We will constantly review the situation based on UK Government advice over the coming weeks and will keep you informed as things change.