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Square Edge American White Oak Skirting Board

Solid American Oak Square Edge Skirting Board

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Square Edge American White Oak Skirting Board
From: £7.75 per m (inc VAT)

Our skirting boards are priced by the metre not by the length. An order of 2 metres will be supplied as a single 2m length. Orders of more than 3 metres will be supplied in random lengths - usually between 2.4m-3m - but this may vary.

From: £7.75 per m (inc VAT)


Quick Overview

A solid American oak skirting board with square edge profile, 19mm thick in the height of your choice. Our skirting boards can be supplied unoiled or finished with hardwax oil, which provides a hardwearing finish with a natural satin lustre.



A square edge skirting board machined from solid prime grade American oak. The timber has a light biscuit tone which displays natural figuring and grain pattern with some small knots.

Our skirting boards are manufactured by our skilled craftsmen using the finest British and German wood-machining technology, ensuring your boards are precision perfect and easy to fit. All the wood we use is sustainably sourced from the best saw mills in France, Canada and the USA. The timber is kiln-dried to an average moisture content of 8-10% and stored, before and after machining, in our heated factory.

If you require a height not listed above please contact our Sales Office who will be happy to discuss your specific project. We can also machine matching architraves and door linings to complete your installation.

Additional Information

Additional Information

Manufacturer British Hardwoods
Country of Origin United Kingdom
Special Offer No
Timber Species American Oak
Profile Style Square Edge
Thickness 19mm

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