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    Glosswood Pre-Finished Lining Boards - the green alternative


    The warmth and beauty of natural timber has timeless appeal, but now there’s a better way to get the look without breaking the bank or feeling guilty about the environment – Glosswood Pre-Finished Lining Boards.

    Made from sustainable plantation-grown hardwood, and produced using a unique solvent-free water-based UV coating process, Glosswood Pre-Finished Lining Boards is an eco-friendly alternative to traditional timbers.

    Economical too, because Glosswood Pre-Finished Lining Boards offer good time and labour savings over the cost of installing conventional timber panelling.

    Supplied pre-finished in a choice of Cedar, Jarrah, Tasmanian Oak or Beech styles, Glosswood boards need no sanding or varnishing – they are simply installed and the job is done fast, clean and cost-effective at about a third of the time taken using traditional methods.

    Ideal for alfresco areas, porticos and feature walls and ceilings, Glosswood Pre-Finished Lining Boards are an affordable, green alternative.

    Glosswood  is an innovative Australian-owned company specialising in pre-finished timber products designed and developed to meet the needs of the housing industry and do-it-yourself builders and renovators.

    Working with sustainable plantation hardwoods, Glosswood employs the latest technology and a unique ultra violet finishing process that produces lining boards that are ready stained, coated, and end-matched for fast, simple installation.

    Cost-effective and eco-friendly, Glosswood’s distinctive take on traditional timber saw the company win the Product Innovation Award at the 2006 HIA-ANZ Western Australian Housing Awards.


    Cedar, beech, arrah and Tasmanian oak look pre-finished end-matched. V-joint lining boards in 100mm and 150mm widths complete with a range of matching trims.

    Glosswood Pre-Finished Lining Boards are available from timber retailers and distributors in most States.

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