Timber decking in Malta can be used in a number of ways - as part of garden
landscaping, to extend living areas of houses, and as an alternative
to stone based features such as patios. The deck of a house is
generally a wooden platform built above the ground and connected to
the main building. Residential decks can be constructed over steep
areas or rough ground that is otherwise unusable. Decks can also be
covered by a canopy or pergola to control sunlight.
Larger buildings may also have decks on the upper floors of the
building which may be open to the public as observation deck or roof
gardens. In recent years, decking has been used to transform an ordinary
looking outdoor space, into a contemporary, stylish area.
M. Demajo Timbers Ltd provides solid wood decking in Iroko and Badi,
where battens are fixed to the ground and leveled. Strips of decking
are then fixed on to the battens using plastic fastners. Sometimes the
use of plastic adjustable legs are used to achieve the desired height.
We also provide solid teak decking squares which are laid in a similar
way as other decking materials, or can just be placed on the existing
floor since they grip easily together. As an altenative to solid wood,
M. Demajo Timbers Ltd provides composite decking in Malta, overcoming all the
disadvantage of real wood. Wood composite planking that is structured,
durable, rot proof, and that has a warm and natural feel to it, with a
textured surface just like real wood. The result is a high quality,
long lasting, unnecessary maintenance.
M. Demajo Timbers Ltd have installed decking primarily in domestic
areas such as by the pool, BBQ areas and as other landscaping
throughout the garden, however have also installed decking in outdoor
areas for lounge bars and stylish outdoor seating areas for commercial