Constructing a deck can be tricky if you do not have the required skills, knowledge and tools. However, the iDecking Revolution has changed everything and this is now, no longer the case.
Utilising Hidden Fasteners
One of the main concerns for anyone installing a decking system relates to the screws which are used to keep the deck boards in place. Not only can they result in boards splitting, if hidden away can make swapping boards over extremely difficult and time-consuming.
The biggest problem though is that they won’t hold forever! And because of this, you may be forced into regular structural maintenance every single season (this depends on the kind of wood/material and screws you use). When the screw fails, the board lifts up, resulting in your deck needing immediate repair and the boards becoming dangerous, especially if you have kids.
The good news is that a realistic alternative does exist. Check out the video below for more information:
The video above highlights the speed comparison between traditionally hidden fasteners and the EasyClick System by iDecking Revolution.
iDecking’s Easyclick Innovative Decking Systemve decking System
EasyClick is the innovative system which allows you to install iDecking Revolution boards simply using your feet. No need to use any nails, screws, drills, spacers or “obsolete” clips. The EasyClick system helps ensure quick and simple trouble free installation. EasyClick is essentially comprised of an understructure “rail system” which comes with pre-installed and pre-spaced patented EasyClick nylon clips. Our patented grooved decking boards are then simply pressed and locked in place.
The system can be used both for Wood and for Composites such as DURO and ETHERNO (Carbonised Bamboo).
What are the highlights of EasyClick system?
- Decking installation up to 5 times faster than traditional deck building
- Boards require Zero screws, nails or other fasteners
- Drastic reduction of installation errors
- “Effortless” installation
- Doesn’t cause water stagnation
- Increased structural integrity and strength
- Self aligning system