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Pine Skirting

Here you can view our large range of Pine Skirting Board Profiles, which are machined and finished to order ensuring a high-quality final product.

Can't find the Pine skirting Board you're looking for? Feel free to contact our friendly sales team and ask about our bespoke service.

All Pine Skirting Board and Architrave products will be delivered within 5-7 working days.

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Pine Skirting Georgian Profile

Pine Skirting Georgian Profile

Price per length from £9.59

Pine Skirting Jazz Profile

Pine Skirting Jazz Profile

Price per length from £9.59

Pine Skirting Lambs Tongue 2 Profile

Pine Skirting Lambs Tongue 2 Profile

Price per length from £9.59

Pine Skirting Lambs Tongue Profile

Pine Skirting Lambs Tongue Profile

Price per length from £9.59

Pine Skirting Ogee 2 Profile

Pine Skirting Ogee 2 Profile

Price per length from £9.59

Pine Skirting Ogee Profile

Pine Skirting Ogee Profile

Price per length from £9.99

Pine Skirting Ovolo Profile

Pine Skirting Ovolo Profile

Price per length from £9.59

Pine Skirting Regency Profile

Pine Skirting Regency Profile

Price per length from £9.59

Pine Skirting Rounded Profile

Pine Skirting Rounded Profile

Price per length from £9.59

Pine Skirting Stepped Profile

Pine Skirting Stepped Profile

Price per length from £9.59

Pine Skirting Torus Profile

Pine Skirting Torus Profile

Price per length from £9.59

Pine Skirting V Mould Profile

Pine Skirting V Mould Profile

Price per length from £9.59

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Why choose our Pine skirting boards?

Pine is one of the most commonly grown wood species in the Northern Hemisphere. It is readily available in almost any furniture shop and is used prominently in manufacturing.

One of the main advantages of Pine wood is that it is adaptable. It takes easily to almost all kinds of paint, varnishes and lacquers. This means that Pine Skirting Boards can be used in almost any interior environment.

As such, Pine is sometimes stained to look like a more expensive timber such as Oak.

As it is a softwood and it is so widely available, Pine is relatively inexpensive. Softwoods won't have the longevity as hardwoods due to being softer and lighter, however that doesn’t detriment its demand.

With good maintenance, Pine skirting can be a perfect choice that you can tailor to meet your needs.

Any profile/moulding in our extensive range can be applied to our Pine skirting. View our full range here.