Scaffolding wood

Scaffolding wood, as the word says, comes from scaffolding. It is typically unplaned pinewood boards, 1.5 to 3 cm thick, that are very suitable for use as a running board due to their long fibres and that have been exposed to construction site and weather conditions for a period of several years. Scaffolding wood is a true classic among do-it-yourselfers who like to work with reclaimed wood, especially to make furniture.Today, new scaffolding wood is increasingly losing ground to aluminium elements.