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Oak is a very popular wood when it comes to skirting boards. Oak is always classic and it holds up well over time. Any kind of wooden skirting board can be stained or painted, however if you have oak boards you may just simply want to cover it with a clear varnish. This will allow the natural shade to shine in your room.

If your budget covers a hardwood skirting, watch out for those selling it cheap. The quality of the product could be very low depending on the raw materials used in the manufacture of your boards. Low quality wood will twist and split, and can include useless knots, which are essentially holes in your skirting. When you spend on Oak Skirting, it would be a shame to buy a sub-par product.

We can also manufacture oak skirting boards in bespoke profiles and mouldings to suit precisely the design you are might be after.