Millboard Decking and Cladding.

Tamar Trading are pleased to have been appointed as a premier distributor of Millboard decking.

Millboard decking and cladding combines the beauty of natural timber with performance that real wood cannot match, providing long-lasting enhancement with minimal maintenance.

Millboard are the leading wood-look decking and cladding specialists, enhancing outdoor spaces with enduring distinction. Hand-moulded from the finest pieces of oak, it boasts refined timber grain that mimics natural timber but is engineered to offer an enhanced decking experience.

Thanks to its unique polymer resin construction, Millboard decking does not deteriorate like natural wood. Additionally, their unique surfaces provide exceptional slip-resistance, even when wet.

Crafted to perfection

From the pouring of the fibre-reinforced resin-mineral filler, to the hand-colouring of every board, Millboard’s focus is always on achieving the finest quality of finish. This desire for perfection permeates every square millimetre, and that’s why so many of their processes are carried out by hand.

The Millboard range is extensive. It’s easy to find the perfect colour and finish to match your project.

Enhanced Grain. 

Decking that perfectly replicates the beauty of prime oak. The range is available in eight colours.

Weathered Oak.

Decking board with the timeless dignity of aged oak. Available in three distinct grains.


Ultra slip-resistant decking with integrated grip strips. Available in two colours.

Edging and Fascia.

All the products you’ll need to add the finishing touches to your project.

Subframe and Joists.

Millboard have also developed an easy to use system for installing your decking. This includes DuoSpan Subframe which provides structural integrity and design flexibly to your project. DuoLift Joist Pedestal creates a subframe support making installation simple.

Find out more.

We hold an extensive range of Millboard Decking at our Bideford branch. You can also see the range at our branches in Holsworthy, Torrington and Bodmin.

For more information, colours and styles please visit the Millboard website at