Premium wood-free outdoor flooring guide for architects

Premium wood-free outdoor flooring guide for architects

Premium wood-free outdoor flooring guide for architects

Millboard®, the leading manufacturer of premium wood-free outdoor flooring has released volume two of their architectural guide.

Millboard®, the leading manufacturer of premium wood-free outdoor flooring has released volume two of their architectural guide. As well as providing in-depth detail on the entire Millboard Collection and material safety datasheets, it features key technical data and the resin mineral board profile of the Millboard substrate. The guide explains the Pendulum Test Values (PTV), Slip Resistance Values (SRV) and boasts working specifications and applications for residential, commercial and public space projects.

Premium wood-free outdoor flooring guide for architects

Millboard combines the natural beauty of real timber with the high performance of a unique wood-free material, it is durable and non-porous, which means high resistance to algae growth and excellent anti-slip properties. The unique Lastane® layer on all Millboard products resists scratches and stains and is designed to withstand demanding outdoor environments.

Paul Boylin, Millboard Marketing Manager explains: “Our sleek new guide has been specifically designed with architects in mind to aid their selection process when specifying premium wood-free outdoor flooring alternatives. All of our Millboard products are designed to resist UV fading and sun damage and the structural core is a blend of natural minerals bonded in a polymer resin, with long fibre reinforcement for added strength and durability. 
 
He went on to say:

“Where even the highest quality hardwood can warp, fade and lose its original appeal over time, Millboard is solid and crafted using resin mineral board composite, designed for outdoor conditions. The textured top surface creates a resilient, virtually maintenance-free layer, designed to resist algae and prevent slipping, even in the wet weather conditions we face in the UK. And because Millboard is designed and made in Britain using innovative techniques, it’s more eco-friendly too.”

Architects can request the hard copy guide here or request an e-version here.

ENDS.
 
About Millboard

The Millboard Company Ltd is the leading manufacturer of premium wood-free outdoor flooring. The company employs over 100 people based in Warwickshire and proudly designs and manufactures in Great Britain.
Recognised as the leading brand for wood-free alternatives in the UK, Millboard is a unique, wood-free alternative to composite and timber decking manufactured from a unique polyurethane resin blend.  The product range consists of handcrafted Enhanced Grain collection moulded from smooth timber for a textured appearance and a Weathered Oak collection moulded from 100 year-old reclaimed timber.

Anti slip, maintenance free and UV stable, moulded from carefully selected timbers and hand-coloured, Millboard is as beautiful as hardwood yet designed to outsmart it. Therefore Millboard is able to recreate a product that combines the beauty of real timber with the high performance of a unique wood-free material.

In 2015 The Millboard Company Ltd was awarded the accolade of one of the best 1000 Companies to Inspire Britain by the London Stock Exchange.

www.millboard.co.uk  

Press enquiries to:
SMPR – The Wolston Priory, Priory Road, Wolston (nr. Rugby), Warwickshire, CV8 3FX
Tel: 02476 546150
Mob: 07715 174 911
Email: nicky@simplymarcomms.co.uk

Hi-resolution imagery is available on request. Interviews can be arranged by prior appointment.
 

Millboard®, the leading manufacturer of premium wood-free outdoor flooring has released volume two of their architectural guide.

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