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Select terrace shape
Select the desired basic shape of your terrace here. You can choose between numerous standard shapes, upload your own sketch or simply request a quote by square meter. Once you have selected a standard shape, an image of that terrace shape will appear. If you choose "own sketch" a field will appear where you can upload files. You can enter the desired square meters of your terrace under "Rate by square meters".
Choose laying direction
At this point you decide in which direction the decking boards should run on your terrace. Laying parallel to the house means that you do not look into the joints when stepping onto the terrace. Laying parallel to the shorter side means that you can often reach the distance with one plank and do not have to lay several planks one after the other. From a technical point of view, since our decking boards are not ribbed, you can lay them in either direction.
Here you decide whether we should also offer you the right patio oil. The decking oil reduces the formation of surface cracks. We therefore recommend treating a wooden terrace with the oil at least once after laying it. An exception is teak, as teak has the unique property of hardly cracking even when not oiled.
If you want to keep your wood color for as long as possible, you should also use decking oil. However, oiling the floorboards only slows down your natural graying process and cannot stop it completely. It is therefore necessary to oil the terrace at least twice a year and to clean it if necessary in order to keep the wood color permanent.
Choose planks for elements
Click on "Select here" and decide which type of wood and plank width we should use to manufacture your wooden terrace elements. The planks are screwed to a wooden substructure in a concealed manner. For logistical reasons, an element can be a maximum of 300 x 100 cm. However, the fields can be connected to one another via an integrated plug-in system.
Cumaru is particularly robust and very durable. Teak is the most barefoot friendly. Garapa and Jatoba have a smooth surface. Their durability is slightly lower than Cumaru.
Enter assembly height
Here you can enter the construction height of your terrace in centimeters (distance between the foundation and the upper edge of the terrace board). A flat construction height is 5 cm, a normal construction is 8 cm, with pedestals and, if necessary, counter battens, up to 30 cm can be achieved and posts are required above that. Depending on the desired construction height, we offer you the right material and the best construction method.
Terrace planning by experts
The Betterwood terrace planning is done by people and not by a machine. Our planning is free of charge and does not oblige you to anything. We need your e-mail address so that we can send you your terrace plan. We guarantee that your e-mail address will only be used to send your planning. you will recieve ... from U.S no ads.