PVC to Timber decking, DDA ramps to Access platform lifts Modway deliver a quality service
Modway Scotland offer a varied range of services to different industries. Working in partnership with both private or public sectors, we offer solutions within leisure, education and many more. Below are a list of the services Modway Scotland offer:
Our PVC decking is manufactured from 100% recycled UK plastics and comes with timber sub-frames. Our range of decks will compliment any home or caravan, with a full range of accessories which include gates, lights, LED lit handrails or glass balustrades. Advantages of Modway’s PVC decking.
- Slip resistant
- No painting required
- Easy clean
- Fire resistant – self extinguishing
Good decking looks stylish, blends well with the environment and suits traditional as well as contemporary architecture. It can be painted or stained to choice or left to weather naturally. Decking is warm underfoot and can extend the living area of the house into the garden. Various styles all designed to the client’s specification.
Our specially designed access platforms are manufactured to DDA regulations using our plastic PVC Decking. Our platforms can be built, removed and stored to be used again and again. They come with a ranch rail skirt and a Terry TSL 1000 Step lift. The platforms are more asthetic and pleasing to the eye than metal access platforms. One of the main advantages is reclaiming living space in your garden. All our PVC deckboards are non-slip, UV treated and flame retardant. We currently supply Glasgow City Council, North Lanarkshire Council and South Lanarkshire Council.
Ramps (PVC deck)
Modway’s PVC ramps are tailor-made to suit individual access requirements. The ramps are even suitable for listed buildings as they are demountable and so installation does not require planning permission. Modway PVC ramps comply with the requirements of BS 8300 and BS 476 and are also BS 6399 Part 1 weight load tested, built to meet Part M building regulations and are successfully tested to UKSRG Issue 2 2000 standards for slip-resistance, helping organisations work towards Disability Discrimination Act guidelines