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Building your own decking makes for a great summer DIY project. If there's a space in your garden that's crying out for a new feature, then there's no reason not to give it a go. There are, however, a few things you should think about before you get started: Here's 5 things to consider before building a deck - Read more http://ow.ly/y7RS30bF3vM

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At Champion Timber, we have a great range of wooden fencing, including featheredge and more modern styles. We also have other alternatives for those looking to go beyond traditional timber. For more information on what would work best for your project, be sure to check out our latest blog post - Featured below http://ow.ly/vF3z30aAF9s

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If you're looking to see beyond your garden, our lattice fence panels will do the job perfectly. They're also great for growing climbing plants on. Selecting timber panels with enough strength to hold your chosen plants can truly transform the entire look and feel of your garden - Read more http://ow.ly/vF3z30aAF9s
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When it comes to creating a border around a property or garden you have more options than you may think. A traditional timber fence works for many but it can still be done differently. There are alternatives that are less harsh than traditional fencing and a bit more stylish. Here are three options that we supply at Champion Timber - Read more http://ow.ly/vF3z30aAF9s
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Composite decking is a great alternative to timber for many reasons. Amongst many of the benefits, it is both hard wearing and cost-effective. If you've ever had to deal with the annoyances of timber decking and would like a few clear examples explaining the key differences between composite and timber panels - Click here http://ow.ly/7icU30a4fpU

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There are loads of great things about MDF (medium density fibreboard), including the cost. Sheet materials, in general, are a lot cheaper than solid wood alternatives and MDF often works out cheaper than other sheet materials. If you're looking for some advice regarding cost-effective materials for your next project - Click the link below http://ow.ly/54Zl30a4fpV

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Now the weather is starting to improve there will no doubt be a mad rush of people wanting to get their gardens ready for summer. Timber decking looks great but can create some unnecessary hassles for both you and your client. If you're looking for an alternative that won't stretch the budget, we would highly recommend composite decking - Read more http://ow.ly/7icU30a4fpU

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Timber decking is a trend that has stayed popular for years and is showing no signs of depleting. It can transform the design of any landscape and acts as a great surface to relax, host and socialise on. If you're on the lookout for some high-quality timber decking that is second to none, look no further than the extensive selection of composite, softwood and hardwood decking available here at Champion Timber! Read more http://ow.ly/VIUu308IJ0F
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Got a question about our high-quality timber skirting boards? If so, please do not hesitate to get in touch. Feel free to walk into any one of our branches for a chat about our range. All our store advisors are on-hand to help you come up with a solution that best suits both your budget and your project requirements. If you would like to find out more, click the link below to read our latest blog post http://ow.ly/37nL308IJ0E
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Are you looking for a timber supplier that stocks an extensive range of modern and traditional skirting boards? If so, look no further than Champion Timber! We supply many different boards in a variety of different woods to suit project budgets big and small. These include pine, MDF and American White Oak. If you would like to find out more about our extensive skirting board range - Click here http://ow.ly/37nL308IJ0E
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