Oak Beams 200mm x 200mm

£275.00 (ex VAT)

Large Solid Oak Beam

Sizes are 3m x 200mm x 200mm
Ideal for Fire place mantles, feature decorative beams and lintels/mantels
Price excluding VAT ( added on checkout )


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SKU: OB200-3 Category:

Oak Beams 200mm x 200mm
Oak beams have been used in construction for centuries, and for good reason. The highest quality Oak is highly dense, durable and extremely strong wood.

Not only are they durable and long-lasting, but they also offer a sustainable option for building needs.
Oak is a hardwood that is naturally resistant to decay and insect damage, making it an ideal choice for construction.
The high tannin content in oak makes it resistant to fungal growth and rot, which can cause other types of wood to deteriorate over time.Additionally, oak has a dense grain structure that makes it strong and durable, able to withstand heavy loads and harsh weather conditions.
These natural properties make oak beams a reliable and long-lasting choice for any construction project.

  • Oak Beams: 200mm x 200mm
  • Length: 3m
  • Timber Species: Oak Hardwood

They can be used as structural support beams, decorative accents, or even as flooring.
Oak beams can also be cut and shaped to fit specific design needs, making them a flexible option for any project. Additionally, oak is a sustainable choice for construction, as it is a renewable resource that can be harvested responsibly.
The natural grain and texture of oak wood creates a warm and inviting atmosphere, adding character and charm to any space.
Oak beams can be left unfinished for a rustic look, or they can be stained or painted to match any design style. Whether used as a structural element or as a decorative accent, oak beams are sure to enhance the overall look and feel of any building project.

While oak beams are known for their durability, proper maintenance and care are still important to ensure their longevity.
Regular inspections should be conducted to check for any signs of damage or decay, and any necessary repairs should be made promptly.
Oak beams should also be protected from moisture, as excessive exposure can lead to rot and decay. Applying a protective finish, such as a sealant or varnish, can help to prevent moisture damage and keep the oak beams looking their best for years to come.


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