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The benefits of composite decking

Composite decking is growing in popularity. Maybe because it’s more durable than wood decking, as well as a great low-maintenance alternative to wood.
 
Unlike wood, composite decking doesn’t need frequent staining, oiling or moisture prevention damage and rotting. This makes it the less time-consuming option.
 
However, whilst composite decking offers low-maintenance benefits, in some instances, it can look artificial. But Millboard decking is different. Due to the unique way it’s engineered, Millboard decking looks remarkably like the real thing, yet out-performs it in every way.
 
Inspired by the innate beauty of nature, it’s been hand-moulded from original timber and hand-coloured for an authentic wood finish.
 
Traditional composite decking is usually formed by extrusion, where the raw materials mix together and force through an opening to shape each decking board. However, the results can be less than convincing and take on an artificial look.
 
Made from a combination of wood-free polyurethane and mineral stone, Millboard’s stable resin material won’t warp, rot or move and requires very little maintenance. Additionally, as there is no wood content, it is unaffected by damp, mould or insect larvae.
 
Innovative fixings, too, raise Millboard’s product desirability above timber. As the Durafix fixings screw into the decking, the unique Lastane layer flexes back over the holes. This leaves a virtually undetectable mark on the surface.
 
Millboard’s unique resin mineral board also incorporates has a high slip resistance, even in adverse weather. This makes it a solid choice for both businesses and homeowners.
 
Discover the Millboard decking range here.
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