Even though winter is in full-proverbial swing and you are unable (and understandably unwilling) to spend long hours outside in the garden tending to the ground, this doesn’t mean you can’t plan your next garden project ready for the spring.
Fortunately, more and more people are waking up to the serious fact that if ordinary members of the public don’t work towards finding and using eco-friendly materials, then the environment is truly going to suffer.
With that in mind, continue reading for five fantastic and innovative ways to use composite products in your garden this spring.
The use of composite products in the construction of the foundations of a decking area in your garden is one of the most sensible and aesthetically stunning decisions you could possibly make, especially when you turn to companies like eComposite products.
Composite decking is incredibly low maintenance and usually comes with a lifetime warranty, and due to the lightweight nature of the material, it can be easily installed and erected.
2. Hot Tub
After the devastation and turmoil caused by the worldwide coronavirus pandemic over the last two years, it is little wonder that the erection of indulgent and relaxing hot tubs in private gardens across the country are increasing in popularity every month.
The majority of garden hot tubs are made from composite materials, with a layer of reinforced fiberglass coating the entirety of the tub to add to its waterproof properties.
3. Absorbent Concrete
For the foundations of outhouses, sheds, and other seating areas, there can be no better choice for the construction of such buildings than to use entirely absorbent concrete.
As well as being 100% sustainable and environmentally friendly, absorbent concrete makes the ground substantially easier and much safer to walk upon.
Absorbent concrete consists of limestone, filtered water, clay, and either stone, rock, or gravel to provide strong structural stability.
4. Contrived Bamboo
Bamboo is one of the most fantastic and infinitely useful composite materials of them all due to its natural waterproof nature, durability, and flexibility.
There is a myriad of benefits to the use of contrived bamboo in your garden, including the following;
- Bamboo is one of the fastest-growing plants on the whole of the earth and therefore is the perfect sustainable alternative to creating a whole host of different garden ornaments and gardening elements.
- Bamboo is entirely anti-bacterial, hygienic, and safe to use
- Bamboo is incredibly durable and strong
- Bamboo forests are exceedingly good for the environment, mainly as the plant efficiently and naturally stores carbon
5. Garden Furniture
Springtime is the ideal time to treat yourself to a new set of garden furniture, and the fantastic news is that there is a myriad of options for garden furniture that is made entirely of composite materials.
From composite bench sets to garden tables and even outdoor sofas and recliners, choosing a sustainable garden furniture set made entirely from composite materials will both help protect the environment and provide you with an aesthetically stunning focal point in your garden.