- Solid oak board from British stock
- Kiln dried for stability
- Choice of TGV or Bead & Butt profile
- Finish with hardwax or oil
- Use for furniture or wall cladding
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These oak cladding profiles were introduced in February 2008 to provide an alternative internal cladding option to our redwood boards. Initially the boards were brought in as TGV only, but we also now stock bead & butt oak boards as an alternative.
These boards are normally machined from ex 16mm x 150mm or 6mm x 125mm kiln dried oak, giving a finished width of approximately 145mm or 120mm. The boards are stable provided the moisture levels are allowed to adjust to their new surroundings. The bead & butt is a traditional profile that is often found in late Victorian and Edwardian properties. Board lengths are usually in the 1.8 metre (just under 6’) to 3.6 metre (just under 12’) range
Uses vary from wall and partition cladding, wardrobe backs to cupboards. The boards should be allowed to adjust to interior moisture levels for at least seven days before use. They can be finished with hard wax, oils, stains or varnish.