Synthetic Hemp Decking Rope

Follow the steps below to build synthetic Hemp decking rope to the exact size you need.

  • European certified synthetic hemp (ISO 9002)

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Synthetic Hemp Rope Overview


Installation Instructions

Rope Length Installation Options
One Continuous length

Centre Bracket

The centre bracket screws onto the side of the post. This allows you to thread the rope through the loop.

  • PRO: rope won’t rot in the fitting
  • CON: additional cost and time to install
One Continuous length

Posts with holes 

Decking posts will have holes pre-made for you.  Simply thread the rope through the holes provided.

  • PRO: quick to install
  • CON: the rope can rot inside the post
Multiple Short Lengths

Decking Plate & Hook End

The Decking Plate screws onto the side of the post. 

The Hook Eye attaches to the end of the rope by threading a central screw through the rope.

The Hook Eye will latch onto the Decking Plate

  • PRO: rope can be unattached
  • CON: additional cost and time to install
Multiple Short Lengths

Cup Ends

The cup ends screws onto the side of the post. The rope attaches to the cup end with a central screw


Measuring Instructions

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Natural vs. Synthetic Rope 

Pros & Cons Natural Rope Synthetic Hemp

Biodegradable – leaves no unwanted footprint behind

Great looking, traditional rope

Holds knots well

Natural resistance to UV degradation – great for sunnier climates

Natural looking but with benefits of synthetic properties

Is weather resistant

On average, will last longer outside than natural fibre

Holds knots well


Susceptible to water, rot and mildew

Will shrink when wet, and lengthen when dry, making it slightly trickier to install

Diameter may vary more from that stated

More susceptible to UV degradation and will eventually flake
Diameter may vary less from that stated