London Stone prioritises customer service with new Millboard products

Completely new to our range this year is Millboard, the wood-free composite decking. It's certainly a new departure for us, but it shouldn't be a surprise.

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Millboard Jarrah Composite Decking emulates this increasingly popular Australian hardwood.

With our aim to provide the best customer service possible, when many of you told us that you used a lot of decking and that Millboard was the one you preferred, we knew you'd find life easier if you could source it alongside your Natural Stone Paving and Porcelain all from the same place.


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Millboard Driftwood Composite Decking looks great next to water.

Not only that, but when we looked to see what you liked about Millboard we realised what a great match the brand is for London Stone. Enormous attention to detail goes into its production—so much that we'll tell you more about it in a later post—and Millboard prioritises customer service above all else, determined to provide really high quality materials exactly when they're needed, just like us.

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Millboard Embered Composite Decking, one of the Carbonised range.

All the Millboard products are on display at our showrooms around the M25, so you can get a close look and know exactly what you're buying. If you've never pictured yourself installing anything but wood, then please come and have a look. Once you've seen how extraordinarily realistic it is, our showroom staff will be happy to answer any queries you might have (and give you a coffee!).

We also supply all the ancillary products you'll need to install it and will deliver to your site or have everything ready for you to collect.


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Millboard Limed Oak Composite Decking sports a popular “distressed” look.

All in all, we're really excited to have teamed up with Millboard to become a Centre of Excellence, showcasing and supplying their full range of traditional and contemporary styles; and we're proud to extend our product range to make your job that bit easier.

 

 

 

By London Stone Blog | Published 5th May 2016
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