United Kingdom

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DEKS was established in Melbourne, Australia in 1947 and created the first and original rubber roof flashing, known worldwide as the Dektite. DEKS established an entity in the UK in 2003 and is focused on creating, manufacturing and distributing leading brands within the roofing, heating & plumbing industries. We strive to provide high quality and user-friendly solutions backed up by excellent customer service. We distribute our range of innovative products to our network of retailers, building merchants and online merchants across the UK and Europe. Our network makes purchasing a DEKS product easy and fast, allowing your project to be completed on time. In addition to our market-leading Dektite™, Seldek and Rapid Flash range of rubber roof flashings, we distribute Fast Flash and Perform lead-free flashing as well as our Rapid Repair range of quick repair components for common roofing problems, such as leaky gutters. Our range of Drainage Solutions, which includes BandFlex EPDM and ValueFlex EPVC pipe couplings for safe, secure and reliable connections. For better surface water drainage our DekDrain range is here to help. DEKS is also the exclusive distributor for Selkirk® STC, Selkirk Insta Lock (IL) & Seldek CHI twin wall chimney systems, supplying a full range of chimney components.


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Keywords associated with this company

  • Roofing - works
  • Rubber Roof Flashings
  • Perform & FastFlash Lead Alternative
  • DekDrain Drainage
  • BandFlex & ValueFlex Couplings
  • Selkirk IL Gas Twin Wall Chimney
  • Seldek CHI Multi-Fuel Twin Wall Chimney
  • Selkirk STC Multi-Fuel Twin Wall Chimney
  • DekDrain A15 Channel Drainage
  • DekDrain B125 Channel Drainage