To give your caravan or holiday park the most stylish appearance, while also being certain of strength, safety and durability, look no further than Liniar’s uPVC decking range.
Designing and manufacturing decking systems for the caravan and holiday park market since 1999, Liniar produces the only range that’s created, modelled, tooled, manufactured, foiled, tested and stocked at its own purpose-built 180,000ft² facility in the heart of the UK.
Offering the only fully sculptured balustrade system, together with a wide choice of accessories, the Liniar brand is synonymous with quality engineering, style and innovation. Continued investment in product design and development, facilities and machinery keep Liniar at the forefront of the very latest technology.
You can be assured of a top quality product with Liniar’s unparalleled attention to design and engineering details. Made from lead-free window grade durable uPVC, Liniar decking has been load tested to 521 kg/m².
Liniar’s galvanised steel sub-frame creates the ideal base on which to build your uPVC deck. Each bottom rail is also supported by galvanised steel reinforcement, giving a strong and secure balustrade which offers more fire resistance than traditional materials – accredited with Class 1 Fire Safety. Plus there’s no timber to create a fire risk or to rot in damp conditions – giving your deck lasting durability.
The balustrade range is available in a wide choice of colours and finishes, from plain white, cream or beige to factory-fitted foils – offering a traditional, woodgrain effect or a more contemporary, modern flat finish, depending upon your chosen requirements.
Strong and sturdy
Liniar ramps are built using the same strong and sturdy sub-frame and deckboards, so they will easily take the weight of a mobility scooter, allowing you to provide family friendly access to your holiday homes.
Plastic piling solutions
Liniar’s versatile range of plastic piling is the perfect solution for a variety of applications that could assist a holiday park’s day-to-day running.