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Add appeal with cladding

Millboard’s new Envello composite boards have an authentic look that will give your home the facelift it deserves


Wood-effect cladding is a transforma­tive choice when it comes to updating a home, giving character to a modern house and concealing wear on old buildings.

Composite cladding gives all the visually rich beauty of real wood, but without the risk of the weather affecting the quality and look of the boards. And it is easy to maintain.

Millboard – a leading brand in deck boards – has launched a stunning new cladding range, which has the same realistic grain detail and high performing attributes of its decking.

Called Envello, it comes in two styles – Shadow Line and Board & Batten – which can bring colour and texture to your façade.

Timber-look transforma­tion

Shadow Line has been designed to perfectly replicate smooth timber, with a flat, grained finish, while the profiles on the Board & Batten have differing angles to create shadows between the grain patterns.

Both ranges have been handmoulde­d from carefully selected natural timbers, and hand-coloured by master craftsmen in the UK to look just like the real thing. Years of developmen­t also means Envello is designed to stand the test of time.

The chamfered cut of the profiles also enables the rain to naturally clean the boards, reducing the need for manual cleaning or treatment.

Both the Shadow Line and Board & Batten ranges come in four colours, so there is something to suit every type of property. Pictured is the contempora­ry Shadow Line in

Burnt Cedar, its dark hue inspired by the Japanese Yakisugi technique of burning timber to preserve it.

Envello also comes in Antique Oak, a rich bronze shade; Golden Oak, a natural just-sawn oak timber tone, and Smoked Oak, a cool, elegant grey that’s both contempora­ry and traditiona­l.

For more details about the Envello range, and for informatio­n about fire ratings, call 024 7643 9943 or go to Order a sample of the cladding from

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