Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew. Weathered Oak Embered
After the trials and tribulations of the past 18 months, domestic tourism is looking forward to a much needed boom as holidaymakers opt for staycations rather than risk falling foul of the rules around foreign holidays. Venues across the country will be hoping to make up for lost time in attracting visitors.
Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew. Enhanced Grain Burnt Cedar
Alongside visiting attractions for the sheer pleasure of it, how about combining that with a little research if you are contemplating adding a deck to your garden?
There are several sites where you can see our decking in situ. Although we use every means we can to help people experience Millboard decking – from sending free samples to our new online Visualiser tool – nothing beats seeing and walking on it to understand just what an amazing surface it provides.
Chester Zoo. Enhanced Grain Coppered Oak
Millboard is selected by venues for its authentic wood look, durability, ease of cleaning and slip-resistance, the last being an especially important consideration to those responsible for the health and safety of thousands of visitors.
Legoland, Windsor. Weathered Oak Vintage
It also leaves forests intact: with no wood content involved (and many of its constituents being recycled from other manufacturing processes) no valuable trees are lost, and the result is a decking surface that significantly outperforms the timber that inspired it.
California Country Park, Wokingham. Weathered Oak Vintage