Hand moulded composite decking for your next project

Why choose hand moulded composite decking: Because Millboard is a unique non-wood decking which perfectly replicates the visual appeal of natural timber, it can boast superior performance. Hand-moulded in durable polyurethane, it has superior safety features with higher anti-slip ratings than conventional composite decking. The distinctive look of Millboard takes skill, impeccable attention to detail and patience to achieve.

Hand moulded composite decking: The journey begins with real timber, which we source from the local area and carefully select by hand, paying particular attention to the subtle nuances of the natural grain. These timbers are then used to create the moulds for Millboard, enabling us to replicate the natural character of the original wood in our unique composite material.



Our director, Jerry, handpicks each timber personally, sifting through hundreds of specimens until he finds the winning combination of characterful grain and distinctive knots. We’ve gone to extraordinary lengths to seek out these original masters, often chancing upon them in the most unlikely places. The 100-year-old oak used to create our beautiful Weathered collection, was found in the rural countryside and originates from the floor of a French railway carriage. We were granted special permission to take moulds from these distinctive pieces of wood, which now form the basis of a truly unique decking material.

So, if you are looking for an alternative decking solution, you can find out more about our unique Composite Decking here.

Millboard at SGD Awards this Friday evening!

SGD Awards 2017

We are delighted to be sponsoring the ‘Big Ideas. Small Budget’ category at the 2017 Society of Garden Designers Awards, taking place this Friday in London at The Landmark Hotel.

Watch this space and keep up to date on the chat on twitter #SGDAwards

Good luck to all entrants!

Visit the SGD Awards Category page here.

Get a seamless finish with Millboard fascias & edgings

Millboard fascia & edigings collection

Complete the look! the Millboard fascias & edgings collection discreetly works with your choice of Millboard, ensuring the final look is seamless. Available as standard or ultra-flexible to suit your space, they are available to match every colour of Millboard, so that your outdoor space flows as one and every inch has the distinctive Millboard look and feel.

Edging & Fascia

Our Fascia collection works perfectly for areas with multiple levels and steps. Every space is unique, which is why our fascias are available in a variety of colour options to help you create the perfect look.

If your project  has a curved surface area, they are also designed to fit the contours of any space. Millboard edging trim must be fixed at 300mm intervals along its length while easing the profile around the bend. The edge trims come in 7 colours which can be used to match the decking boards, or used as a contrast for design or to assistance partially sighted persons on applications open to public usage.

Choose Bullnose for a subtle look or Square Edge for added interest and to work perfectly with our textured designs. Millboard Edging lends every space an elegant, framed look.

Bullnose & Square Edge edging
Size: 50 x 3200 x 33mm

You  can download a brochure here.

The Millboard Hub goes live!

Millboard hub!

We are delighted to inform you that we have opened the doors of our new Hub. Architects, specifiers, landscape designers and professional installers can use the new facility (by appointment only) to do their CPD training and hold meetings to promote the Millboard customer experience.

The Millboard Hub, has been launched at our Head Quarters in Warwickshire. It will act as a training academy, a key location for undertaking our RIBA Assessed CPD course as well as a showroom for installers to experience their premium outdoor flooring first- hand. Architects, landscapers, designers and installers can also use the new facility to as a meeting space.

In addition, The Hub will also be home to our recently launched Millboard APPROVED Installer Training Academy which has been specifically designed with the end-user customer in mind, to provide reassurance that their projects are delivered by highly-trained, competent individuals who have been awarded with an approved installer certification.

To book a CPD training, project or client visit, please contact enquiries@millboard.co.uk or call 02476 76439943

Paul Boylin, Millboard Marketing Manager, said

“Our new visitor Hub is a visually stunning setting where we expect to see a great mixture of clients coming through the doors; from architects and landscape designers to professional installers. Our RIBA Assessed CPD course will also be held in it, so that architects can get a true grasp on our premium outdoor flooring solutions and see them working in variety of applications. It’s also gives installers a great insight into the finished product setting and hopefully demonstrates the diverse and unique beauty of Millboard’s wood-free and porcelain outdoor flooring.”

Self-levelling pedestals ideal for decks and terraces

Millboard self-levelling pedestals are ideal for podium decks and terraces. The innovative adjustable head ensures easier, faster and more stable installations. Their smart design allows pipe work and services to be laid beneath Millboard, whilst also improving breathability and reducing rot which can occur to roof timbers or a timber sub structure.

The weight of the joist is spread evenly, creating a sturdy support, and reducing pressure on the membrane. They’re available in incremental adjustable sizes, from 40-300mm giving you complete control of the height of the area. Read more.


The perfect fit and performance for your outdoor space.

Pedestals for podium decks and terraces

Most decking projects would require a support system to raise the terrace to meet the internal floor level. There are many adjustable pedestal systems available to help with projects like this. Most of them rely on a collar under the head as means of adjustment, with the head fixed to the thread. This means that the head follows the fall of the roof, with the decking being to a lesser fall, or near level, thus creating a pressure point on the pedestal head which can be transferred through the pedestal and onto the roof membrane.

An alternative pedestal would be one that has a ‘self-levelling’ head to get round high pressure points being unnecessarily created. A self-levelling pedestal ensures that the decking joist (or paving) remains level on the pedestal head and prevents unnecessary bounce or rocking of the joist or paving. Considerations should also be given to the size and rigidity of the pedestal base, to ensure low pressure points on the roof membrane.

With Millboard’s adjustable pedestals, their smart design allows pipe work and services to be laid beneath the boards, while also improving breathability and preventing rot. The weight of the joists is spread evenly, creating a sturdy support, and they’re available in incremental adjustable sizes from 300 up to 600mm tall, giving you complete control of the height of the area.

Number per m2*
Residential 5.0
Commercial 8.0

* Approx number – quantities may vary according to project design.

In addition, our adjustable joist cradles are the ideal foundation when laying Millboard on hard surfaces. The cradles also have an acoustic benefit to help reduce the sound transfer.

Complete the Millboard look and ensure the highest performance with our range of finishing
touches and essential accessories.

View the complete range

Interested in becoming a Millboard installer?

Become a Millboard installer: We have a nationwide network of approved Millboard resellers and installers.
You can use our locator to find the nearest to you. We are always happy to hear from tradespeople who are interested in becoming an installer for Millboard, just contact us at enquiries@millboard.co.uk and one of our team will be in touch to organise a training session with you.


Essential installation information, necessary tools and fixings, all the way through to looking after Millboard once it’s installed can be found in our Installation Guide.