DeckWright’s Stunning New Abodo Wood Anti-Slip Decking Boards

We have introduced a stunning new modified timber decking board to our DeckWright anti-slip product range. Abodo Wood is a thermally modified timber and is designed to age with grace and have exceptional weather-ability whilst maintaining its durability and beauty for a lifetime, making it the perfect decking board. Offering a range of slipped grooves in the timber, DeckWright’s Abodo Wood decking has a darkened appearance that complements our standard colour bauxite aggregate. 

Abodo timbers are harvested from New Zealand’s FSC® certified rapidly renewable plantation forests. They are ethically crafted with respect from beginning to end. Abodo Wood timbers are precision modified for durability and stability at their sawmill site.

Anti-slip timber decking has emerged as a revolutionary solution, offering a blend of functionality, aesthetics, and safety. Safety is non-negotiable in any project and DeckWright anti-slip timber decking provides a sturdy, reliable surface that significantly reduces the risk of slips, trips, and falls. Its textured surface ensures better grip even in wet or adverse weather conditions, mitigating potential accidents and liability concerns.This Abodo wood anti-slip timber decking excels in durability, offering robust resistance against wear, rot, and decay. This longevity translates to reduced maintenance needs and prolonged service life, making it a cost-effective investment for larger projects or garden decking. 

This Abodo Wood anti-slip decking adds a touch of natural elegance, its warm, organic appearance blends seamlessly with various architectural styles, enhancing the overall visual appeal of the space. Whether used in public parks, commercial complexes, or residential developments, this decking solution lends a timeless charm that complements any environment.

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