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Indian Hardwood + Softwood Reclaimed Pallet Wood

Indian Hardwood and Softwood Reclaimed Pallet Wood.

A great mix of shades and tones.

Exclusive reclaimed pallet wood range available at Rustic Cladding UK Ltd only.

Reclaimed Indian Hardwood Softwood Mix for Pallet Wood Wall Cladding | Reclaimed Wood Wall Planks for Interior + Exterior Use | Pallet Boards for Pallet Wood Cladding Panels

Dry Reclaimed Pallet Wood – Ideal for Commercial + Home use.

This Indian Hardwood and Softwood Mix contains 3-4 widths of board. It may take a little longer to prepare and install but the results look fantastic.

20mm(ish) Thickness.

Denailed – nails grinded off just leaving the head in for character,

This is our Indian Hardwood and Softwood Pallet Wood range; characterful and rustic with a great mix of shades and tones. we filter out any split planks + planks that arent fit for purpose.

If you are after a different type of finish – Check out our listings for other ranges such as: New, Scorched, Sanded, Lightweight mix.

We specifically + carefully select our pallet wood. We do NOT use the commonly used Europals (ePals), this is because ePals have had an extremely long and undocumented life. Internal + External tests have shown a large percentage contain toxic carcinogenic chemicals.

Free Delivery to mainland UK on all orders except where we have asked to contact us first.

Quality Guarantee – If for any reason you aren’t happy with any planks we will replace them immediately.

Fire Rating – This does not come fire rated although we can offer this service upon request.

Cutting Service – If you need boards cutting to a specific length we can offer this. Please contact us before placing your order to verify costings. We usually charge £1 + vat / board

If you have ordered previously and are ordering to finish a project we need to know what width of boards you received to be able to match your timber. There may be a chance we cannot get an exact match so its always best to order too much on your first go than too little.