Bainland Lodge Park is a rural escape, housing over 70 lodges and glamping tents, each with its own decking area, integrated hot tub, BBQ, and seating facilities. Marley Antislip Plus decking was chosen for the refurbishment and upgrade of the lodge decking areas, which are a hub for social gatherings and a key draw for anybody staying at the park.
Based in the beautiful surroundings of the Lincolnshire countryside, nestled on the outskirts of the picturesque Edwardian village of Woodhall Spa, Bainland Lodge Park is a wilderness retreat for those who want to escape city life, but still want a 5-star experience.
Marley’s Antislip Plus decking was specified to maintain the park’s natural aesthetic, whilst also providing a hard wearing solution with safety in mind. The decking provides visitors to Bainland Lodge Park with both improved grip under foot and low-slip potential, to minimise the risk of accidental slips and falls.
To make sure the project ran smoothly, Bainland Lodge Park worked closely with its preferred supplier, Jackson Buildbase. Commenting on the project, Paul Cook from Jackson Buildbase, said: “Our relationship with the park represents an ongoing project of chalet installations that includes work across the board, from plant to materials.
“Marley’s Antislip Plus decking is a product we have been using for a long time because of the incredible benefits it brings to a project, and we always recommend the product to our clients when drawing up plans for specifications such as this.”
Brian Chamberlain Sabre Contracts which is responsible for all work on the site, said: “The whole park is fitted with Antislip Plus decking and handrails. The timber decking is also used for the bridges and boardwalks around the three lakes of the park, designed for wild swimming. So far, over 7,000 linear meters of Marley’s Antislip Plus decking has been installed at Bainland Lodge Park, ensuring the park maintains its rustic feel and distinct aesthetic appeal.”
Marley Antislip Plus deck boards have been independently tested by the Health & Safety Laboratory in accordance with BS 7976 and significantly exceed the minimum slip requirements. In addition, the Antislip Plus decking installed at Bainland Lodge Park is treated to achieve a 30-year service life. This treatment does not need to be reapplied after initial application.
Certified to both FSC (Forestry Stewardship Council) and PEFC (Programme for the Endorsement of Forest Certification) all of Marley’s decking products are manufactured from sustainably sourced timber and structurally graded to a minimum of C16.
To learn more about Marley’s range of decking products, including Antislip Plus decking, visit: www.marley.co.uk/products/decking