The Outdoor Deck Company

The Outdoor Deck Company launches Class A Fire-Rated External Pedestal Flooring System to meet new UK Building Regulations to improve building fire safety
The Outdoor Deck Company, (ODC) one of the UK’s largest suppliers and installers of external high quality decking, today announced the launch of its new innovative Class A fire-rated DuraLink system.  ODC are first-to-market in the UK to offer the construction industry an external pedestal flooring solution that meets the newly imposed UK building regulations on fire safety that can be used for decking and paving or other fire-rated substrates.

The unique Class A fire-rated raised floor system offers a strong, light and fully adjustable platform to be used for decking and paving.  ODC also supply A2 rated decking and external paving (procelain and concrete pavers).  An additional key feature is the low build-up possibilities, starting at 40mm, this was developed to meet the high volume of requests from architects and main contractors to have this product versatility.

Mike Wilderink, Managing Director, The Outdoor Deck Company, commented,

“We identified a huge gap in the UK supply chain to the UK construction industry for a fire-rated external flooring system that would meet the new 2019 edition ‘Approved Document B’ – Building Regulations for England.

“More and more of our specification briefs now include fire-rating requirements. To meet our customers’ needs, we have launched a Class A fire-rated system and are the first-to-market for use on balconies and roof terraces.”

“The Outdoor Deck Company continually invest in innovation and new product development and to be the market leader in the UK for a Class A fire-rated flooring system is a very exciting opportunity for us”.
To find out more about The Outdoor Deck Company Class A flooring system, email: firerated@outdoordeck.co.uk or call: 020 8977 0820

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