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About Pine Board

Our joinery Pine Board is the perfect choice for your interior projects, whether you're crafting shelving, designing furniture, or creating elegant wall panels. These square-edge planed timber boards offer exceptional quality and price.

Our Pine Board comes in a variety of sizes, allowing you to customise your project to your exact specifications. These pine timber sections or pieces can be treated, stained, varnished, primed and painted to match your decorative taste. Take advantage of competitive prices today; shop with Harlow Bros.

 

Available Sizes Of Joinery Pine Board At Harlow Bros

At Harlow Bros, we offer a diverse range of Joinery Pine Board sizes to cater to your specific project needs. Whether you require larger sections for substantial shelving or smaller pieces for intricate furniture making, our assortment ensures you find the perfect fit.

But that's not all - our selection extends beyond Joinery Pine Board. We provide various joinery timber options, including planed timber (PAR), timber skirting, wood door casings, and more. 

Whether you're working on a home renovation, building project, or any woodworking task, you'll discover an extensive choice of timber products designed to meet your requirements.

 

Buy Joinery Pine Board Timber Online Or At A Nearby Branch

With a history of over 90 years in the timber industry, Harlow is your trusted source for top-quality joinery pine boards. Our extensive network of branches in the Midlands ensures that you have convenient access to our products. 

Whether you're a trade professional or a retail customer, we offer competitive prices and a wide range of timber supplies. If you're looking for more personalised support, you can open a trade account or get in touch with our knowledgeable team, who will be happy to help.

FAQs

Can pinewood get wet?

No, pinewood is not naturally resistant to moisture, so it's crucial to protect it from excessive dampness. Properly sealing or finishing pinewood surfaces and ensuring they have adequate ventilation can help prevent moisture-related problems.