WHAT IS MILLBOARD DECKING?
Find out why Millboard is the next generation in composite decking.
How is Millboard made?
Millboard decking is hand-made in the United Kingdom & styled from real oak timbers, creating an incredible realistic look that captures the natural beauty of wood. But unlike traditional timber – which needs regular on-going maintenance like oiling & sanding to try and stave off rotting, mould, stains, warping, cupping, fading, splinters & a host of other undesirable effects – Millboard is totally different!
This is because unlike traditional timber, or even conventional composite decking WPC (which typically contain half timber fibre / flours / rice husks & half plastic) – Millboard contains no timber, nor any plastic. Millboard composite decking is made from a revolutionary Polyurethane resin, reinforced with mineral fibres plus a unique Lastane® coating. So what is Polyurethane then? It’s a type of elastomer, which is a polymer about half way between a plastic and a rubber. It maintains the rigidity & longevity of plastic, with the suppleness of rubber. This means Millboard feels much more natural under foot, while still offering incredible durability.
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NO MOULD, NO ROT, NO ALGAE
Because Millboard decks contain no timber, there are no sugars to host mould or algae! Millboard is perfect for pools, beaches or wet areas where regular timber (or composites which typically contain timber or flour) will rot & decay over time.