Millboard Decking

High-Quality Millboard Composite Decking, Scotland


Landscape Brothers is proud to be an approved installer of Millboard composite decking in Scotland, helping homeowners up and down the country improve the look and functionality of their outdoor space.

Millboard composite decking is a fantastic alternative to authentic wood. With a range of design options to choose from, Millboard makes adding the finishing flourish to your outdoor space, garden feature or front porch easy. Not only does composite decking from Millboard look great, but it comes with many added benefits over wood decking.

It’s our pleasure to provide top-quality installations of your Millboard decking in Central Scotland and beyond. Ensuring your product is built to last, our friendly team will be here to advise you from beginning to end, whatever your decking requirements.

Give us a call on 01592 655567 to contact us directly about composite decking for your garden.


What is Millboard composite decking?

Millboard is a high-performance wood alternative that is engineered using sustainable composite materials.  

Underneath a protective top layer lies a wood-free polymer resin core. This is particularly strong and durable, as it’s reinforced with fibre. Millboard is solid rather than hollow, which protects the decking from a whole host of problems commonly associated with natural timber decking. 

Each Millboard decking board is hand coloured, and you may even be able to see the unique paint strokes on each board.  

Overall, Millbaord composite decking in Scotland is durable, weather resistant, anti-slip and better for the environment compared to traditional timber decking.  


Composite decking, Millboard Golden Oak 2


Why composite decking is perfect for homes in Scotland

In a wet and rainy country such as Scotland, homeowners need to be careful about the type of materials they use for home improvements. Be it in their garden, roof, windows or doors, it’s important to only use materials that are able to cope with Scotland’s unpredictable weather.  

And that’s exactly what Millboard composite decking offers homeowners in Scotland.  

With its durable and hard-wearing construction, millboard decking can withstand the harsh conditions of Scotland's climate without losing its charm or integrity. Additionally, its anti-slip surface makes it a safe choice for families with children or older individuals who may be more prone to slips and falls.  

Plus, Millboard composite decking is designed to last for many years, meaning you can enjoy your outdoor space without the need for constant maintenance or replacement.  

So, whether you're enjoying a quiet morning coffee or hosting a lively barbecue or outdoor meal with friends and family, Millboard composite decking is sure to provide a beautiful and safe outdoor space for every occasion and will be more than able to withstand the wet and windy conditions that Scotland is so accustom to.  


Composite decking Scotland - Burned Cedar 2


What are the benefits of composite decking in Scotland?

At Landscape Brothers, we’re always on the lookout for the highest quality products to provide to our clients. We’re not satisfied with simply sticking to what we know; we genuinely care about providing our customers with the best solutions that can be found on today’s market. 

Millboard provides a sustainable, stylish and functional alternative to traditional wood decking. We believe Millboard is truly the best of both worlds; flawlessly mimicking natural wood while delivering all the benefits that composite decking provides. 

If you’re a homeowner in Scotland looking to improve the look and function of your outdoor space, then Millboard composite decking is perfect for you! 

Some of the main benefits of choosing mill board decking include: 

  • Produced in the UK 
  • Strong and durable 
  • Anti-slip 
  • Resistant to stains 
  • Virtually maintenance-free 
  • Won’t rot or warp (as is common with natural wood) 
  • Algae resistant due to non-porous material 
  • Environmentally friendly 
  • The material won’t fade in the sun or over time. 
  • When you combine this fantastic solution with our quality installation, your decking is guaranteed to last.  

What is more, our composite decking Scotland service can be mixed and matched with our other outdoor living services to create the outdoor space that you’ve always dreamed of.  

Some garden additions and features to consider when installing composite deking on your property are: 


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Available design options for Milboard composite decking Scotland

You’ll be able to customise your decking to your own taste with the many design choices offered by Millboard.

Millboard offers two main aesthetic options; 

  1. Millboard Enhanced Grain
  2. Weathered Oak. 

Enhanced grain is designed to replicate the beauty of natural oak.

Whether you’re looking to achieve a warm, antiqued look or a modern and clean Japanese inspired aesthetic, the enhanced grain collection includes a wide range of options, including: 

  • Antique Oak: natural, warm hues similar to the tones of tropical hardwood. 
  • Coppered Oak: an autumnal rich finish with a deep colour. 
  • Golden Oak: replicates the look of newly sawn, natural oak timber, with a light golden hue that retains its stylish appearance over time. 
  • Burnt Cedar: a statement in smooth charred tones. 
  • Smoked Oak: a cool, elegant grey, ideal for contemporary and coastal settings. 
  • Limed Oak: the look of beautifully sun-drenched timber. 
  • Brushed Basalt: the most authentic painted wood-look decking board available. 
  • Jarrah: a deep, burnt-sienna inspired by the timber of the native Australian Eucalyptus tree. 

For an authentic, aged look, Millboard offers a gorgeous collection of Weathered Oak products. Timeless and classic, this range is perfect for a vintage, coastal or beachy aesthetic.

Some of the top design options within the Weathered Oak collection are: 

  • Embered: richly textured and dramatically chic, a fantastic backdrop to a glamorous outdoor space. 
  • Vintage: achieve the classic beauty of a natural, weathered oak finish. 
  • Driftwood: the incomparable look of sea-washed timber. 

Find out more about Millboard decking products through their official website. 


Millboard composite Decking Scotland - weathered oak driftwood


Official Millboard composite decking installer in Scotland

As an official installer of Millboard Composite Decking, you can count on the expert team at Landscaping Brothers to assist you in creating a functional and seamless decking design.  

We’re well versed in working in all different types of spaces, so whether you’re looking for a large-sized composite decking installation, a re-installation job to improve your garden’s current look or a small composite decking installation to make the most of your outdoor living space, we’re here to help! 

We can source, design and install your new decking within a timeline that you best suits your needs and schedule. We can also offer helpful finance options so you can spread the cost of your new composite decking installation in Scotland over several months.

Get in touch with our team today to enquire further about our quality composite decking service in Scotland.  



Millboard Composite Decking Scotland: Frequently Asked Questions


Where can I use Millboard decking?


Millboard decking is extremely versatile and (subject to building control) can be used in practically every outdoor space. Millboard can be used as the decorative face for most outdoor designs, so long as it’s fixed to a structural element.


Do all Millboard decking boards look the same?


Millboard has been designed to replicate the natural variances of timber, and so, as natural wood, each board is unique. When buying all the Millboard decking for your project, it’s crucial to ensure that the colour is consistent. We would always recommend laying out the boards before installation, following your vision.


Does Millboard decking stain?


The Lastane® finish is resistant to food and drink stains and everyday wear and tear. However, sharp objects such as unprotected table or chair legs or metal planter bases can leave marks if dragged across the surface, so take care when moving these items around.


Will my Millboard decking change colour over time?


As with all products exposed to the elements, including sunlight, snow and rain, Millboard will naturally weather and tone down over time. You may see a slight yellowing, especially in the deeper grain of the decking. Loss of gloss is also expected and intentional.


Does Millboard decking get hot in the sun?


As with all composite products, the surfaces of the boards tend to be hotter than timber when exposed to direct sunlight. Darker colours will feel hotter, and shoes are recommended when walking on them in the sun.

When decking in areas by heat/UV reflective glass or around pools, particular caution should be taken.


Does Millboard decking expand or contract?


As Millboard is made from a resin mineral composition, it is stable compared to timber or composites based on timber. Our team at Landscape Brothers has a comprehensive understanding of how these boards must be laid to optimise their appearance, durability, and functionality.


Is my decking slip-resistant?


Yes. Millboard rigorously tests their decking to ensure they achieve the highest possible anti-slip rating. This is largely thanks to their patented Lastane® coating.


Why do my boards have a slight oily/shiny finish?


As the boards are a moulded product, a release agent is used in the manufacturing process. When the boards are first delivered, this release agent is still on the surface. This may result in the boards looking shiny or waxed or have small particles of dirt and water puddling. 

This release agent will come off the surface within six to eight weeks due to natural weathering. After installation, this process can be accelerated by cleaning the boards with warm soapy water and a stiff brush.


Are my boards easy to clean?


One of the best features of Millboard decking is that it requires very little maintenance. The boards can benefit from an occasional wipe down but shouldn’t require any pressure washing - and please stay away from solvents and abrasive cleaners as they can damage your decking.

If you’re interested in this premium product, please contact us today for first-class landscaping services. We look forward to hearing from you!

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