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Old 20-03-2014, 15:20
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I've got a quote somewhere. I'll dig it out after and state what it includes and how much. I thought it was very reasonable as well.
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I've got a quote somewhere. I'll dig it out after and state what it includes and how much. I thought it was very reasonable as well.
We get quite a few people who are a bit taken aback with the price of uPVC decking, but once AB have built their deck they are usually delighted with the build quality and the easy maintenance.

I wouldn't use anyone else.
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During the Easter holidays, my John is finally getting to build a deck, wwohoo! Something he has always wanted do since owning a Static but our previous site owners refused.

We're trying to come up with a slightly different design than just not the normal wrap round but Google images has come up zero inspiration.
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Old 21-03-2014, 06:15
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We were quoted the following for decking with a lockable gate.

2.5m x 1.5m with lockable gate 2626 inc VAT.
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We were quoted the following for decking with a lockable gate.

2.5m x 1.5m with lockable gate 2626 inc VAT.
That's in the ball park
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We have just had our UPVc decking fitted near Filey by a company from Hull who have been going since 1991. We have had a great experience with them all the way through from the quote to the fitting. 25' x 5' + steps + led lights on steps and at each side of door + a gate. 2960 all in which I thought was very reasonable. Time will tell I suppose but we are absolutely delighted with the result so far.

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We have just had our UPVc decking fitted near Filey by a company from Hull who have been going since 1991. We have had a great experience with them all the way through from the quote to the fitting. 25' x 5' + steps + led lights on steps and at each side of door + a gate. 2960 all in which I thought was very reasonable. Time will tell I suppose but we are absolutely delighted with the result so far.
Enjoy,decking is well worth it
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Old 31-03-2014, 10:57
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It's not so much decking as a corral for the grandkids.
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Old 31-03-2014, 11:50
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We had ours done last July by SunnyDecks in Skegness 24ft.x 38in plus gate and steps for 1750. Great job well pleased with it.
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we had to use a company called deckrite,to design and submit plans to the park.they built the deck early february...............they did a cracking job...............well pleased.
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