Machined Victorian Roof Pine – Sample

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machined victorian roof pine

Sourced from demolished Victorian houses, these roof boards vary in colour from pale yellow to darker yellow with knots, nail marks and grain variation. The roof boards are then machined into flooring. These boards will be indistinguishable from original floorboards.


As is the nature with reclaimed timber, our stocks are bought in batches and are constantly changing. Please call us to check availability and to discuss your requirements. 

Dimensions:

125mm-210mm x 21mm

Lengths:

Long lengths, often 2-5m

Grades:

Reclaimed

  • Air Dried
  • Cladding
  • Flooring
  • Reclaimed
  • Solid
  • Square Edge
Please note, not all combinations of construction & finish are always available

Machined Victorian Roof Pine - Quote

Prime
Even Colour.Mainly clear boards. Occasional pencil knots up to 10mm diameter. No Splits or Sap permitted

Select
Minimal Colour Variation.Many clear boards. Occasional knots up to 20mm diameter. May be filled or fillable. Maximum average of 2 small knots per linear metre of board length. Pencil knots (<10mm) not limited.No Splits or Sap permitted.

Standard
Limited Minor Colour Variation permitted. Occasional clear boards. Knots up to 35mm diameter. May be filled or fillable. Maximum average of 3 knots per linear metre of board length. Occasional small stable end splits one end – length up to 50mm. Occasional sound hard sap up to 5% of face area of the board.

Character
Colour Variation permitted.Knots up to 60mm diameter. May be filled or fillable. Maximum average of 3 knots per linear metre of board length. Cracks in knots up to 100mm either end of knot. Occasional small stable end splits one end – length up to 100mm. Occasional sound hard sap up to 10% of face area of the board.

Rustic grade
Colour variation allowed. Unlimited knot size. Knots may be filled or fillable. Occasional small stable end splits one end – length up to 100mm. Occasional sound, hard sap up to
10% of face area of the board.