Millboard Composite Decking Hertfordshire curved design

Millboard Composite Decking Hertfordshire curved design

Composite decking and cedar handrail

We were contacted to replace an old deck outside the clients sun house with something modern and built to last. The only brief was that the client wanted it to curve around the existing walls and finish at the front with a 3.6 meter radius. We recommended millboard composite decking knowing this ticked all the boxes.

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The decking platform was designed to follow the clients brief. This was going to be a decking terrace a deck that met the clients requirements and also exceeded them.

Millboard Composite Decking Hertfordshire is a local company that has passion and skill to be an approved millboard installer. The team incorporated a concave curve around the pond. The levels were raised to remove the step to the sun house, this made the use of the space more ergonomic and the transition easier to use from one space to the next. The additional step to the deck matched the radius of the upper terrace.

Deck lighting and curved hand rail

Our team constructed a handrail to follow the lines of the curve. As the green house was made in cedar it made sense to follow this material palette for the balustrade. This was fabricated onsite, the wether was great so no need to work in the workshop.

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Combination decking structure

The decking structure is a combination of Plas Pro framework and c24 tantalised timber. Plas Pro is the in-house Millboard recycled plastic joists system, it lasts for ever.

The decking that we prefer to use is millboard (golden oak ) enhanced grain. It is a contemporary material and versatile to be formed in many styles.  Western red cedar is a long lasting material and used often in garden projects. This project was one of our favourites so far this year and measured approximately 20 sq meters.

We are approved millboard installers please get in touch if you have any questions.

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