Welcome to The Scaff Shop - The home of reclaimed scaffold boards
Here at The Scaff Shop we specialise in reclaimed scaffold boards. Our boards are carefully hand picked and available either completely "raw" and unsanded, or hand finished with a range of different styles and finishes, from a simple sand and oil to a full Japanese Shou Sugi Ban (scorch) treatment.
Click on the Shop link above to see our range of available items, or if there is something you can't find then pop us a message via the Contact Us link. We can't wait to hear from you.
And don't forget to send us a photo of your finished shelf, furniture, or cladding, we love seeing our products in place in a customer's home or place of work!
UK based and selling nationwide
From our premises in Frome, Somerset, we hold a large stock of boards and can offer them in any quantity - from individual boards courier delivered nationwide, to bulk orders ideal for cladding, shop fitting or a whole range of other uses, which we'll personally deliver to you.
Featured Product - Console Table (Rounded End)
The console table is a classic piece of furniture that fits in almost any room. Ideal in a hallway for your wallet and keys, it also looks great in a living room, dining room or bedroom with an array of plants on top. Pairing the rugged scaffold board with modern hairpin legs combines classic materials with contemporary design.
Last week we introduced a new range - our new and reclaimed pallet wood. At that point we were only offering both the new and reclaimed options as "unfinished", i.e. not sanded, oiled, or given any of our other special treatments.
We're pleased to be able to advise that we can offer the same great wood, but now in a whole variety of options.
Pallet wood is like the scaff board's little sibling. It arguably has a far wider usage in it's original form, and is found not only on building sites but also the world over on shipping routes and in warehouses. We all know a pallet when we see one, and if you have found your way to this blog then you are probably also someone who sees a pallet and thinks "I wonder if that's going spare, I could make all sorts with that...".