Reclaimed Victorian Pine Strip Cladding
The cladding is crafted from pine wood, a softwood that is commonly used in interior design and construction due to its ease of workability and appealing grain patterns. This style of cladding draws inspiration from the Victorian era, a historical period that spanned from the mid-19th century to the early 20th century, characterized by ornate and elaborate design elements.
- Sizing - Mixed lengths / 10-20mm thickness
- Good stock levels
- Quality product
Douglas fir timber, painted on one side an unfinished on the other side, used for cladding mainly, has other uses such as flooring, and carpentry work.
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This item will be delivered on 2 pallets using a pump truck and tail lift vehicle. Please contact us for a quote if you require a crane/hiab offload vehicle for delivery.
2 pallets will hold approximately 50 square metres (50m²) of cladding, this will incur 2 pallet charges (due to the product length).
If additional quantities are required (50m²+), extra pallet charges will apply.
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Please note returns are only accepted within a maximum of 30 days from the date of purchase. For more information on returns, read our customer service and returns policy..