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    Review of Millboard decking

    By Jemma
    May 20, '19 5:09 AM EST

    "....A natural look also distinguishes the robust solid floorboards from Millboard . The grain of the surface, modeled on real wood patterns, is hand-colored with bleach- and UV-resistant pigments, so that it preserves its color brilliance for many years. Millboard is dimensionally stable and resistant to warping, rotting and algae growth. Even direct weathering and intensive use, the floorboard resists permanently. The Lastane surface of the splinter-free, non-slip coating is highly resilient, virtually maintenance-free, stain resistant and easy to clean. A coordinated system of substructure and installation accessories completes the overall picture of the terrace and balcony flooring. The planks are screwed onto the substructure concealed because the Lastane surface of Millboard closes over the screw heads again."

    Originally posted as 'The Terrace Trends 2019' by , by Christian Bühring:,QUlEPTYxMzE3ODYmTUlEPTUwMjc4.html 

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This blog covers the most energising and restorative landscaping, biophillic architecture and perma-culture projects taking place across the world! I'm interested in how we incorporate nature into our environments, particularly urban environments. As we progress into the twenty-first century, we appear to be moving ever-further from the futuristic aesthetic that our predecessors imagined back in the mid-century. This blog looks at the methods and psychology of natural influence.

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