Apprentices from the UK’s leading timber manufacturer, BSW Timber, were finalists in the national Fuel Change competition, which encourages businesses to tackle industry challenges and work towards a low carbon economy.
#MakeOneChange this September with National Home Improvement Month. Delayed from its usual April spot in light of the COVID-19 pandemic, National Home Improvement Month is in full swing this September and aims to inspire you to make a change to help you love the home you live in.
2020 has already brought many changes, with more people than ever uniting and supporting one another in their home environments. Whilst we all try to navigate our ‘new normal’, we’ve seen homeowners turn their attention to enhancing their living spaces both indoors and out.
We’ve seen many take the opportunity to extend the heart of the home from the traditional indoor kitchen setting to outdoor garden spaces in an attempt to socialise with family and friends as much as possible during lockdown restrictions.
With this comes many creative opportunities to re-think and re-design the way spaces are used outdoors. Decking is a great way to modernise your outdoor area, creating a practical and modern space for recreation, dining and relaxation all year round.
BSW offers a wide range of decking products, and our handy guide below aims to help you to choose the best option to suit your needs.
Our Timeless decking range is classically appealing and infinitely versatile. Timeless decking is wax treated and water repellent, with properties designed to actively slow down water absorption, ensuring longevity for lasting enjoyment.
Well-maintained timber decking can last for years and, what’s more, our Timeless board is easily sanded down. Sections can also even be replaced if necessary, rather than you having changing your entire deck.
A traditional timber deck offers endless opportunities style and re-style with stain options and finishes, meaning your deck can be re-worked to suit new garden trends.
Bruce McKay has been appointed as Managing Director of BSW Timber Solutions Limited, formerly SCA Wood UK, following five successful years in his post as Supply Chain and Procurement Director.
BSW urges everyone to play their part in developing the first ever South of Scotland Regional Economic Strategy.