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Bullnose Edge

Composite decking edging profile with a bullnose finish, for curved edges of decks.

The Flexible Bullnose edging is ideal for curved steps, as the rolled edge helps resist high wear points with a thicker Lastane® layer

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Hand molded & colored

Skilfully hand-crafted to ensure a high quality, premium product

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Natural wood look

Contemporary style replicates finer grain detail found in natural oak

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Esthetic variety

Range of colors allows you to style your deck just as you please

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Hidden fasteners

Durafix® screws are virtually hidden beneath the unique Lastane® surface

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High slip resistance

Lower slip potential than hardwood due to the pliable Lastane® layer

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Impact & weather resistant

Elastomeric surface ensures increased resilience against natural weathering

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Wood & warp free

Non-timber composition prevents rot, warping and insect infestation

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Soft-touch surface

Unique Lastane® layer means no splinters on the surface


Construction: Flexible polymer resin core/Lastane® surface
Size: 2 x 1.3 x 94.5''


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Enhanced Grain

Brushed Basalt
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Enhanced Grain

Antique Oak
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Coppered Oak
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Enhanced Grain

Smoked Oak
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Enhanced Grain

Golden Oak
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Enhanced Grain

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Enhanced Grain


Enhanced Grain

Limed Oak
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Enhanced Grain

Burnt Cedar
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Enhanced Grain

Ebony Grey


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Frequently asked questions

    Our Durafix® stainless steel screws, designed specifically for Millboard must be used to fasten our boards - this is a requirement of our limited warranty. There’s no need to pre-drill or countersink Millboard decking, and the unique Lastane® coating flexes back over the screw-heads, leaving a minimal witness mark. This may be more visible on the lighter colors. Should some of the screws leave larger witness marks, these can be filled. Our installation guide should be followed at all times to achieve the best possible results.

    Millboard is designed and manufactured to provide the esthetic beauty of real hardwood without the problems associated with real wood. We do not intend for the product to have identical shades. Buying all the Millboard decking you need at the same time should help to ensure that the color is similar in consistency and we recommend mixing the boards before installing to ensure the deck has a desired overall variance to showcase the product's character and individuality.

    Samples are provided as a representation of the product and we encourage customers to view full boards as part of a deck, in order to fully appreciate the product, prior to purchase.

    There will always be a slight variance in the board’s dimensions due to the fact that we mold from natural oak, and due to the pressure of the molding process. Despite this, we calibrate the boards to maintain as consistent a profile as possible. The manufacturing tolerances are: Width: ± 0.1". Length: ± 0.2". Thickness: ± 0.1". The dimensions of the Weathered Oak style may vary more between molds because they are molded from timeworn oak with minimal changes to the dimensions. When working with the boards, packers may be required to create a flush finish between two boards.

    From what to expect when you first unpack your Millboard, to aftercare tips and answers to all of your most common questions. Visit our FAQs page now for all of your Millboard related queries.

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