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Softwood Reclaimed Boards FSC 20 mm Thick

  • Offer
    18338254
  • Date
    2024-05-20
  • Valid until:
    2024-11-16

Product

Type Exterior Cladding
Core material Solid wood
Solid wood type European Softwood
Species Fir (Abies alba), Pine (Pinus sylvestris) - Scots Pine, Spruce (Picea abies)

Specifications

Volume 1000 - 3000 m3 Spot - 1 time Convert
Thickness 20 mm  Convert
Width 7 cm Convert
Length 50-190 cm Convert
Quality -
Description
Dear Sir or Madam,

Sun-burned reclaimed wood boards

Both for decorative interior construction - e.g. for wall cladding - as well as for the outside area - e.g. for exposed roof trusses or sub-roof cladding - in large numbers ready for installation.

Type of wood: spruce, fir, pine,
Colors: mixed shades of brown
Thickness: 20 mm
Widths: from 7cm +
Lengths: 50-190 cm

Different designs - with tongue and groove, trimmed in parallel,
planed, brushed, dried, trimmed, fixed widths, falling widths

Price & Conditions

Price On demand EUR per m3 Convert
Sells to: Worldwide

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