SOFTWOOD TIMBER

Redwood & Whitewood from Scandinavia and the Baltics in a full range of qualities and specifications:-​

  • Unsorted, VIths & VIths

  • Sawfalling; small log live knot specifications

  • Specialist in all 2.4, 3.0, 3.6 & 3.6m lengths

Decking & cladding

Scandinavia and the Baltics in a full range of qualities and specifications used for  Decking, cladding Small mouldings; beads, quadrants, dowels – all 2.4m, bundled & wrapped

  • Unsorted, VIths & VIths

  • Sawfalling; small log live knot specificaitons

  • Specialist in all 2.4, 3.0, 3.6 & 3.6m lengths

Timber for Construction

A complete range of timber for all aspects of construction.

  • Carcassing – C24, regularised & pressure treated

  • Roofing Battens - Sawn battens, KD, Regularised, BS5534

Small Mouldings

Clear pine, in solid or finger jointed form. Products include beads, quandrant, dowels and scotia.

  • Lengths – random or cut to length all 2.4m

  • Bundled, wrapped and bar coded

  • Unpainted or painted finish

  • Also available in MDF

3 sides knotless & List sideboards

ThermoWood hard & softwood

Thermowood® is produced by heat treating timber (both softwood and hardwood) to temperatures in excess of 200’C.

 

As a result of the chemical changes Thermowood® is created, which has greatly enhanced dimensional stability and durability, making it an excellent choice for external use as claddings or decking, or our range of Oak and Ash hardwood flooring is ideal for flooring in bathrooms and kitchens. It’s darker appearance results in a very attractive deep, warm appearance.Working with specialist suppliers and processors, we are able to offer a complete and almost unique range of Thermowood products including:-

  • Decking and Cladding, including hidden clip systems and fire retardant treated

  • Finger jointed long lengths

  • Laminated large section for use in columns, beams, louvres

  • Hardwood (Oak and Ash) for beautiful T & G Flooring

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All our ThermoWood is produced in accordance with the International ThermoWood Association guidelines