Pallet Wood Walls
We now offer a ‘Click and Collect’ pallet wood wall packs, taking the hassle out of your home renovations!
Reclaimed pallet wall cladding is a very popular choice for homes and businesses. The reclaimed timber adds warmth and character to a room. All of our wood is reclaimed, and has previously had a life, for this reason the timber will have a rustic appearance, which may include nail holes, chips,wood splits and saw marks.
Simply choose from our drop down menu below. All prices are per sq. metre (1 square metre is approximately 13 linear metres of timber)
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Frequently asked questions
Do you deliver?At the moment, we are only running a click and collect service. You can collect it from our warehouse at Unit 6, 24 Croydon Street, Leeds, LS11 9RT. Shop open 10-4pm Monday - Saturday
Can you supply longer lengths than 1.2 metres?Yes we can! Please contact us directly and we will chat about your requirements and ensure we have them in stock.
Is there a limit on the number of square metres I can order?Yes, due to our capacity we have limited the number of square metres to 10 per customer. We can complete larger orders, but would need to chat about your requirements beforehand so we can ensure a realistic deadline.
How safe is pallet wood?Pallet wood is a popular material for woodwork and DIY projects. Leeds Wood Recycling carefully selects our pallet wood, ensuring that the pallet treatment codes are understood and adhered to. LWR do NOT use Europallets for wood walls and manufacturing, this is because Europallets frequently contain dangerous contaminants which can contain toxic carcinogenic chemicals. Also, no MB (Methyl Bromide) pallets are used at any time at Leeds Wood Recycling.
What are the dimensions of the pallet wood?The widths vary based on which option you choose. Uniform width range is 90mm wide, whereas the Mixed range has a mix of boards ranging from 70mm - 130mm wide. The thickness of the boards are not uniform, and vary between 15mm -25mm.
Which width do I choose?The uniform range is easier to install as the timbers are the same width, making it easier to follow a line across the room. Using the mixed range gives a great rustic look, but will involve a bit more ‘jigsawing’ as the widths are random.
What is the sanding finish?We sand the boards on all sides with a rustic 60 grit sandpaper.