Gripsure SAS

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Gripsure are the leading provider of non-slip deck boards. We supply a variety of timber options including economical softwoods, durable hardwoods, stylish composites and long lasting modified timbers such as Accoya and Bamboo.

Our expertise in non-slip coatings and resin solutions has allowed us to develop a variety of non-slip configurations and profiles for our products to best suit the application of the deck boards. This might be two non-slip inserts for our best-selling Gripsure Pro range or wider recessed strips for boardwalks and ramps. We also offer a rubber crumb insert in our Aquadeck range for primary schools and hot tub areas.

All of our products have been independently tested under BS7976 to achieve a low slip potential in both wet and dry conditions to mitigate the risk of personal injury on slippery decks. We also offer a unique ten year guarantee on our non-slip inserts to give you peace of mind for years to come.

Gripsure are members of the Timber Decking & Cladding Association (TDCA) and all of our products carry their Deckmark Plus accreditation which is the highest quality assurance and performance scheme in our industry.

Our founding principles of a fast, reliable and customer focused service with a high quality and safe product has allowed us to have sustained growth over the past fifteen years. Our customers range from DIY’ers, tradespeople, main contractors and major attractions.

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Gripsure is committed to protecting the environment and to operate in the greenest manner possible. We recycle 100% of our paper, plastic, cardboard and metal waste, and have consistently reduced our waste through innovative approaches to all our operations.

Gripsure have attained FSC® and PEFC certification and strive to supply our non-slip timber decking with FSC® certification, where possible.

Alongside traditional timbers used for timber decking, Gripsure has introduced a number of fast growing timbers to our range such as Accoya and Bamboo. These timbers take a fraction of the time to grow in sustainable forests, so a greater yield can be achieved in the same area of forest.