Why composite decking is perfect for holiday homes

January 24, 2023

Static caravans and holiday homes are hot property.

Latest figures uncovered by the BBC report that holiday lets in England alone have risen by more than 40% over the last 3 years – from 19,543 in 2018 to 27,424 in 2021.

Great news if you’re looking to fill up your reservations for 2023.

But the key to owning a successful holiday home – whether it’s for personal pleasure or business – isn’t just about making sure it looks the part. It’s about making the space practical too.

Nail the look and minimise hassle and you’ve got it made.

All well and good in theory, but where do you start?

Easy. With composite decking. Trust us, if you only make one improvement to your holiday home this year – make sure this is it.

Wondering what makes composite decking so ideal for use with caravans and holiday homes? Allow us to explain…

Increase appeal

  • Improve the look

There’s no denying the appeal of an attractive outdoor space – and great looks are guaranteed with composite decking.

Available in a choice of colours and perfect for covering problem areas or enhancing space, composite decking is a quick and easy way to boost the aesthetic appeal of your holiday home.

  • Increase storage

Walking boots, wellies, deck chairs, barbeques – you can never have too much storage, and decking offers additional space without having to cram everything inside.

Raise your decking – particularly practical for caravans and lodges – and you can create lockable storage underneath too. Ideal for keeping belongings safely out of sight.

  • Create an all-weather area

No one wants to feel cooped up or like they’re trapped indoors, especially on holiday. But if your caravan or holiday home is surrounded by grass it can soon become a mud bath – mud which then gets walked inside.

Surround your home with composite decking and the problem is solved. You’ll have a safe (and clean) area to use all year round.

  • Additional space

More space is always a boon, and the addition of composite decking can make a smaller space – such as a caravan – look and feel much bigger.

  • Maximise your location

Country-bound or beachside, caravan and holiday home sites are rarely flat – and decking is a great way to level things out. The elevation can also help you to make the most of any scenic views on offer.

  • Aid access

Prams, wheelchairs, people with mobility issues – whether for the family as it grows and ages, or to increase usability for prospective guests, decking can help to aid access to awkward premises.

It’s easy to build ramps, raise entry levels, and even out surfaces.

Decrease stress

Less worry

There’s no denying we live in a ‘blame’ culture. And if there’s an accident on holiday, the first place a finger will be pointed is at the property owner.

Replace slippery wooden decking with modern composite boards and not only will its built-in non-slip finish reduce the risk of nasty falls, but also the threat of injuries caused by rotten panels, splintering boards, or mould growth.

Minimal upkeep

Stressed about when you can next make it to your holiday home to check things out and get on top of any maintenance? Drowning in a ‘to do’ list for your main home, never mind your holiday getaway?

Make the smart switch to composite decking and you’ll instantly reduce your list of jobs. Requiring none of the ongoing sanding, preservative treatments, and repainting needed with wooden decking, composite boards are strong, tough, and incredibly low maintenance.

Fewer phone calls

Struggle to switch off from your holiday rental when there’s always the worry of your mobile ringing with an unhappy tenant reporting a problem? With strong and durable composite decking, the chance of receiving such a call is greatly reduced.

Minimise damage

Concerned about raucous guests? Or people failing to treat your property with respect? Use composite decking and you’ll have peace of mind knowing that it’s incredibly strong, durable, and stain resistant.

Enhance your holiday home today

Read enough to know that your first move in 2023 is going to be fitting composite decking? Smart choice.

Buy quality composite boards today from leading suppliers HR Composites and you can sit back and reap the rewards. Happy New Year!


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Carlos Diaz
I believe in making the impossible possible because there’s no fun in giving up. Travel, design, fashion and current trends in the field of industrial construction are topics that I enjoy writing about.

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