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Shelving

Built-in Pine Boarding

These shelves were built into an alcove using rounded timber battens which were screwed to the wall and the shelves themselves were made from 38mm furniture pineboard shelving.

Built-in MDF Boarding

The structure is the same as the Built-in Pine Boarding shelves except 22mm MDF was used.

Built-in MDF Boarding (Painted Finish)

The structure is as the previously mentioned Built-in Pine Boarding shelves but 18mm pineboard was used and it was painted to the colour of the clients choice.

Adjustable Shelving

Using these special shelf brackets, the positions of the shelves can easily be adjusted using the simple slotting mechanism giving a sturdy but cost-effective solution to your shelving needs.

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Further information appears here.The decorative feature around a doorframe usually nailed directly to the frame.A round moulding shape on timber or MDF. Usually machined into the timber in a factory.A shaped moulding on timber or MDF. Usually machined into the timber in a factory.A shaped moulding on timber or MDF. Usually machined into the timber in a factory.Round shaped plugs made out of timber, which can be fitted into screw holes, using glue. These cover the screws and give a more natural appearance.The craftsmen's way of joining two pieces of moulded timber or MDF, giving an attractive angled join. (e.g. skirting boards around an external corner.)The craftsmen's way of joining two pieces of moulded timber or MDF, giving an attractive angled join. (e.g. skirting boards which meet at an internal corner.)A joint used to join two pieces of timber along their length.Soft insulation, usually orange in colour, which is used for thermal insulation.Timbers fitted between solid uprights to give extra strength and stability.The general term for stair parts, which includes; spindles, handrails, newel posts, and base rails.A lock, which is fitted inside the structure of a door, therefore giving more security.A thin layer of timber taken from a section around the circumference of a tree.Three layers of timber, which gives a more stable finished board, much less likely to warp than a solid plank, as in plywood. The top layer being the chosen timber (e.g. Oak) which is treated with several layers of hard wearing oil or lacquer.Medium Density Fibre BoardA system that impregnates preservative into timber under pressure.Timbers fitted at the bottom edge of a roof with guttering attached to it.