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Scaffold Boards

Our Planed Timber Scaffold Boards are available in a single size, 36 x 225 x 3.9m. They are ideal for use when you need access to those hard to reach places in a safe and secure manner. These Timber Scaffold Boards are BS 2482:2009 strength rated and the metal banding is made from galvanised metal and is designed for prolonged use on site in order to prevent splitting.

What Type Of Wood Are Pennyhill Timber Scaffold Boards Made From?

Our Timber Scaffold Boards are made from European Spruce logs. This is a type of softwood and the boards have been graded and kite-marked so that they are suitable for use on site.

What's The Difference Between Softwood & Hardwood?

Softwood and Hardwood describe the trees form which timber comes from. Softwood timber comes from gymnosperm trees, such as European Spruce, from which our Timber Scaffold Boards are made. Another example of softwood timber is Pine. Gymnosperm trees allow their seeds to fall to the ground with no coverings. With the example of a pine tree, the seeds grow into hard cones which are then released into the wind. For the most part, softwood species of trees remain evergreen and are usually less dense, resulting in timber that is often easier to cut when compared to more dense hardwood. At first a less dense piece of timber may seem disadvantageous; however the extra density of hardwood does mean that the timber is more likely to split if you hammer nails into it; an issue that softwood does not share.

On the other hand, hardwood timber originates from angiosperm trees; this includes species such as Oak or Ash. In contrast to softwood timber producing trees, their seeds have a covering; ranging from fruits such as apples to hard shelled seeds such as acorns. Additionally whilst softwood trees are often evergreen, hardwoods normally lose their leaves annually and are also often slower growing when compared to gymnosperm trees.

Make Sure Your Timber Is Ethically Sourced

Timber is a fantastic construction material that can be used for a diverse range of projects; however, it is very important that you only choose ethically sourced timber products. After all, it is important to remember that wood is only a sustainable material if it is sourced from a renewable source; such as a sustainable forest.

Here at Pennyhill Timber, we are proud to be members of the FSC® (Forest Stewardship Council®) and PEFC (Programme for the Endorsement of Forest Certification) chain of custody schemes. So when you purchase timber from our online store, you can have full confidence that all of our timber products have been ethically sourced from sustainable forests.

Pennyhill Timber; Timber Supplies For The Public And Trade

Our products are available to both trade professionals and members of the public, so if you're an experienced professional or a DIY novice, visit our timber yard in Surrey or give out staff a call today using the information available at the bottom of this page.

If you're looking to build scaffolding to reach those hard to get to areas, or if you're interested in doing some DIY and trying your hand at landscaping, our online store and timber yard in Surrey is the ideal place to shop.

Our timber supplies include numerous different items for a variety of different projects such as Fencing Panels including both close board fencing and waney edge lap fence panels. Additionally, you can also browse through landscaping products such as French Oak Sleepers and pressure treated Brown Softwood Sleepers.

So if you're searching for timber materials, visit Pennyhill Timber .

Interested In The Timber Supplies Available For Purchase? Give Our Team A Call

As an independent timber merchant based in the South of England with over 15 years of award winning timber knowledge and experience, it's fair to say we know a thing or two about the timber industry. So if you need advice or if you have any questions regarding our Timber Scaffold Boards or any of the timber supplies available from our timber yard, our team of experts are on hand to help.

To make an enquiry you can speak to a member of staff by calling Pennyhill Timber on 01483 486 739. Our office opening hours are Monday to Friday 7:00 am to 5:00 pm and Saturday 8:00 am to 12:00 pm. You can also get in touch with our team by sending an email address to info@pennyhilltimber.co.uk.

Alternatively, you could visit our timber yard in person; our address is The Timber Yard, Lucas Green Road, West End, Woking, Surrey, GU24 9YB.