- Range of Colours
- Resistant to Deterioration
- Modern Design
- Increased Outdoor View
- Safety & Security
Balustrades Features & Benefits
Decking balustrades can be a key safety factor of an outdoor space renovation or can be the ideal aesthetic addition to your decking. With a range of colours and designs to select from including both composite and steel balustrades, you will be sure to find the perfect addition to your area here.
Range of Styles We supply glass, composite, and steel balustrades to suit a wide range of property types.
Variety of Colours Our composite balustrades are offered in five attractive colours – no matter what colour decking you have, we have the balustrades to match it!
Durable All of our decking balustrades are designed to outperform traditional timber, so whether you opt for composites or glass, it’s built to last!
Increased Security Installing balustrades on your decking is a great additional safety measure to protect your outdoor space.
Balustrades Further Information
Ecoscape’s balustrades are a great addition to our composite decking collection, they come in an array of styles:
- Full Composite Balustrade
- Composite with Glass
- Composite with Wire
- Stainless Steel with Wire
- Stainless Steel with Glass
- U Channel
The composite balustrades are available in five stunning colours:
What is a balustrade?
A balustrade sounds like something fancy or complicated, but it is simply a series of columns topped by a rail to form a barrier. They’re most often found on stairs, balconies, and decks.
What makes up a balustrade?
Balustrades generally feature a horizontal rail at the top, and sometimes have one at the bottom, too. They also contain a series of short pillars between these rails, known as spindles or balusters.
What’s the difference between a baluster and a balustrade?
A baluster is one of the many columns that hold up the horizontal rail of the balustrade. A balustrade refers to the system of rails and columns as a whole.
Does decking need a balustrade?
If your decking is over a certain height, you may be required to install balustrades as an additional safety measure. Generally, any decking over 600mm tall should be accompanied by decking balustrades of at least 1100mm height.
Balustrades Installation & Maintenance
We have a range of guides for installing each variant of balustrades, including how to affix glass panels to your balustrades.
How To Fit Composite Decking
A full, downloadable PDF guide with a detailed step-by-step process on how to fit our composite decking!
Deckorators Mineral Composite Decking Installation Guide
Want to know how to install Deckorators mineral composite decking? Look no further, as we provide a full set of installation instructions!
WPC Decking Maintenance Guide
This guides and tips article outlines a simple step-by-step process to performing maintenance and cleaning on your WPC decking.
Composite Decking Installation Safety Guide
Several steps can be taken to ensure your Ecoscape composite decking installation is completed as safely as possible. Find out here!
Composite Balustrades Installation Guide
This detailed and helpful PDF contains a full set of instructions with diagrams on how to install Ecoscape's wood plastic composite balustrades.
Composite Decking Maintenance Guide
Check out this handy guide that details how to properly maintain your composite decking so you can enjoy it for years to come!
Balustrades Guides & Reviews
If you want more information about or need help with our range of balustrades, our guides & reviews are the perfect solution. We offer tips for installation, product specifications & comparisons, and more!
The Benefits of WPC Decking
The rise in awareness of sustainable materials has seen the construction sector develop new solutions. WPC decking is becoming an increasingly popular choice and this is why.
Glass Balustrades Maintenance Guide
If you would like to learn how best to maintain your glass balustrades, read our helpful guide.
Balustrades – Your Questions
If you’ve got questions about our range of balustrades, we’re one step ahead of you – we have articles detailing the answers to some of the most frequently asked questions about balustrades!
Frequently Asked Questions About WPC Decking
In this article we have the answers for some of the most frequently asked questions about WPC decking. If you can’t find your question answered here, please don’t hesitate to get in touch.
How Is Mineral Composite Decking Made?
Want to know everything behind the creation process of mineral composite decking? Check out this animated video!
What Makes Mineral Decking So Special?
Our new mineral decking is pound-for-pound the strongest decking in the world, but this isn't the only thing that makes it special. Find out more.
Ecoscape Decking FAQs
We’ve put together a guide of some of the most frequently asked questions about Ecoscape decking – take a look and see if your question has been answered!
How Expensive is WPC Decking?
Many homeowners and property developers might be put off installing composite decking due to their perceptions of the cost, when in fact, it can be a cheaper long term alternative. Find out more.
The Cost of Installing Composite Decking
If you have found yourself wondering how much you are going to spend on composite decking or if it is actually that expensive, read our thorough article on composite decking prices.
Balustrades Delivery & Returns
Our general Delivery & Returns policy can be found here. Below you can consult specific details regarding the Delivery & Returns of Ecoscape products.
DELIVERY OF ECOSCAPE PRODUCTS
- Slatted Cladding, Midnight & Silver Birch Panel Cladding: available with next day delivery depending on stock availability, subject to £15 + VAT delivery charge on orders under £1,000 ex VAT.
- All other Ecoscape Composite Cladding, Fencing and Balustrades: 7-10 days lead time.
- Any orders containing an Ecoscape product are subject to a manufacturers' delivery surcharge of £150 ex. VAT.
- PLEASE NOTE: The delivery is a kerbside service - goods will be delivered to the kerb at the end of your driveway. Your delivery needs to be handballed off the vehicle - driver will open the protective wrap of an individual pallet and require assistance in offloading the goods off the vehicle by hand. Larger orders will require two able-bodied people on site to accept the delivery.