The Brenchley, Maidstone

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Brenchley Composite Decking Builddeck 7

The Brenchley is a beautiful pub located in a Grade II listed building that was designed by Frederick Charles Palmer in 1927 as the home of NatWest & Kentish Bank. It has been lovingly transformed into Maidstone town centre’s first independent freehouse to open for more than two decades.

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The owners approached us to provide the decking for their refreshing new outdoor seating area. Our Vintage board was chosen as it provides strong durability and can be easily refurbished from any scratching from the many tables and chairs within the area, as well as the low slip potential properties of the Vintage grooved surface.

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We offered them our Vintage board. The Vintage provides strong durability and can be easily refurbished from any scratching from the many tables, chairs and perhaps the odd set of high heels. Above all, the most important of the deciding factors was customer safety, with our Vintage boards low risk of slip groove surface helping to avoid any unfortunate accidents even when wet, the decision was simple.

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