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Millboard cladding is inspired by the beauty of nature but is built to outperform it. It is moulded from selected timbers making it look exceptionally like real wood, whilst avoiding the on-going maintenance associated with natural or wood based products.


The hand colouring of each board recreates the subtle nuances that only natural wood can give. The moulded profiles reduce labour and wastage yet retain the effect of individual boards.

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    Millboard Cladding

    Available in two profiles and a wide range of colours, our cladding provides the assurance of UV resistance and eliminates the risk of warping, twisting or rotting. The cladding has been hand-moulded from carefully selected natural timbers, to provide an unmistakably organic look.


    From the smooth finish of the V-Groove profile to the pleasing grain variance of the Board and Batten, there’s a Millboard cladding profile for every property type. Years of development means this product is perfectly designed to stand the test of time and to require minimal maintenance. In fact, the distinctive chamfered cut of the profiles enables the rain to wash the boards, dramatically
    reducing the need for manual cleaning.


    The boards lock together with a specially designed tongue and groove for added rigidity and increased installation speed. The tongue and groove has been profiled with a relief angle to allow the boards to curve when used vertically, as well as limiting the passage of air and water through the system. The tongue of the board features a notch which the fixings are aligned with, the
    next board then covers over the fixing creating a clean finish.


    Both profile of boards can be installed horizontally or vertically, depending on the nature of the design

    Resistant to decay

    Unlike timber the boards will not suffer from fungal decay or algae growth.

    Environmentally Friendly

    Base materials have low impact on global warming and ozone depletion.

    UV and weathering stability

    The cladding features a UV stable coating to resist fading.

    Low carbon footprint

    Independently and UKAS accredited to the ISO 14064-1 Verified Carbon Footprint Assurance Mark

    Easy to install

    No specialist tools needed for the install

    Does not warp or rot like wood

    No timber content that will rot/warp or be eaten by wood worm/termites.

    No leeching or staining

    Unlike timber, there is no leeching or releasing of tannins to other surfaces.


    Easier to handle and install.

    Low maintenance

    Non-porous material requires no sealing or painting/staining.

    Moulded from real oak

    Not extruded or pressed like other cladding products.

    Millboard Cladding

    The Board and Batten has been moulded from four individual pieces of timber with different widths and grain patterns, creating a truly unique balance for both contemporary and traditional designs. With a tongue and groove profile that only requires fixings through the tongue, the install time is dramatically reduced compared to the traditional method of batten-on-board cladding with timber. The profiles on the Board and Batten are designed with differing angles to create shadow definition between the grain patterns, as well as facilitating drainage when used horizontally. The increased thickness of the
    Board and Batten provides superior impact resistance.

    Profile: V-Groove

    The V-Groove board has been designed to perfectly replicate smooth timber with a flat grained finish, giving a clean authentic look. The increased width of the V-Groove board compared to standard timber boards means that there is larger grain detail. This gives an enhanced visual impact, without the risk
    of the board twisting or warping over time. The V-Groove board has been profiled with oblique angles to prevent water collecting between two profiles, as well as helping rain water wash over the face of the cladding. The indent created between boards gives visual definition to the individual grain patterns.