We may specialise in reclaimed scaffold boards, but for some purposes a new one fits the bill better. For certain locations and purposes, a new board can give a more refined look where a reclaimed one wouldn't. It may even be the case that you wish to use new ones combined with older ones.
Dive right in by choosing the type of board below (unsanded, sanded, or "special") and clicking on the appropriate listing. Once on the listing, you can choose the size (30cm up to 390cm) and more specific details on the finish (such as level of sanding, type of oil, or exactly which "special" finish). If you're looking to turn it in to a shelf or furniture, then once you've chosen your style of board below please make sure to head over to our Accessories section for the matching brackets or legs.
- Unsanded: This is the simplest and cheapest option for purchasing boards either for shelving or for something where you may need a larger quantity but do not necessarily require a sanded or finished board, such as landscaping. - Sanded: For those who want either a less rough board (hand sanded) or one with the bumps taken out too (machine sanded) then this may be a better option. Ideal for those planning to make furniture or use for cladding or flooring. - Special: This is where we take the board to the next level. Here we offer options including a flame finish (where the wood is torched) or a coloured finish using specialist dyes.
We sell the standard scaffold board (225mm wide, 38mm thick) and we also now offer a "chunky" scaffold board option below too, at (225mm wide, 63mm thick). You can see these thicker options below, they are those with the word "chunky" in the title.