Scaffold boards

Discover creative ways to incorporate scaffold boards into your home decor. From rustic shelves to unique furniture pieces, get inspired to transform your space with these innovative ideas.
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Why scaffold boards are great for decking?

Why Reclaimed Scaffold Boards are Great for Decking?Decking has become a popular feature in gardens of all shapes and sizes. Decking provides an inviting space for outdoor living and dining, perfect to bask in the sun, entertain friends or just dine alfresco. But have you ever considered using reclaimed scaffold boards for your decking? Well, in this blog post, we’re going to tell you why reclaimed scaffold boards are great for decking and provide a cost-effective and eco-friendly option for…

Alizon Robertson
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Upcycled Scaffold Board Project's - Top Five

In the world of construction, scaffold boards are vital to completing any project and there isn’t many areas around the country where you wont see the vast array of steel and wooden planks wrapped around everything from churches to high-rise office blocks. As well as scaffolding, they are often used on site for a variety…

Clare Grieve 💘
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Reclaimed Pine Scaffold Board Flooring | Solid Wood Flooring

Solid pine flooring is a cost-effective alternative to oak. Our reclaimed pine scaffold board flooring is full of character from years of industrial use and therefore perfect for high traffic areas. More wear and tear simply adds to the character!

Gilles Putte