The best way to design your decking

Published on May 23, 2019

Adding decking to your space gives you so many more opportunities. More space to relax, a separate area to dine in the evening sun, and an outdoor area for children to play. Holiday Homes come in a range of shapes and sizes so trying to create decking around this can be a struggle if you don’t have the right tools.

Free tool for designing decking

Mayfield love the DeckMe tool as you can perfectly map out everything you want for your static caravan. All you have to do is simply select the size of your holiday home using the drop down lists below and then click “Create Holiday Home” button. The DeckMe tool will then provide you with an image and you can then start planning the perfect custom decking.

Using our tool gives you a great insight of what is available from The Mayfield Group and allows us to see exactly what you want to achieve from your holiday home. The drag and drop tool gives you the opportunity to plan out your decking in the exact way you want. Simply drag and drop the decking onto the stage to see how the decking would work and look with your static caravan.

What can DeckMe Do?

This tool gives you the opportunity to test different styles and ideas at ease to find the perfect fit for your caravan. You can complete the look by adding lights, steps, gates and skirting. These extra accessories are the perfect option to style your decking to suit you. We are aware that everyone uses their decking area for different things and we want to give you everything you need with one simple tool. You can even choose between different lighting types and uPVC colours.

The Mayfield Groups uPVC Decking

The Mayfield Group lead the way for innovative decking. We want to give you the opportunity to create the perfect decking. Using DeckMe, you can find everything we have to offer and design the platform to the way you want. We can then build your decking to your specification. If you’re stuck for ideas, you can check out our instagram or facebook to see how we have transformed static caravans in the past.

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