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We are able to source a large number of native and imported timbers. Here are some of the more common ones we have provided recently.

Get in touch with Max and the team if you have questions about timbers suitable for your project.

Ash

Ash (English)

Ash is a coarse textured, tough yet flexible timber with a typically straight grain. It is frequently used for interior joinery, furniture and flooring.

Steamed Beech

Steamed Beech

Beech is typically straight-grained with a fine and even texture. Its strength properties are similar to oak.

American Cherry

American Cherry

Cherry has straight, fine and quite close grain. It is moderately durable and frequently used for furniture.

Chestnut

Chestnut

Chestnut has a similar look to oak, although weaker in strength. It is a durable timber, easy to work and finishes well.

Douglas Fir

Douglas Fir (clear and better)

Douglas fir is often used for structural purposes as well as cladding and flooring. We supply it in a 'clear and better' grade.

European Elm

Elm (European)

Elm has an attractive appearance with a cross-grained character. It is around 30% the strength of oak and is mainly used for furniture.

Idigbo

Idigbo

An African timber with excellent strength properties. It is easy to work with and being moderately durable is used in exterior and interior joinery.

Iroko

Iroko

Iroko is a durable timber with similar strength properties to teak. It is fairly easy to work with and is used quite extensively in joinery.

Lime

Lime (English)

Lime has a fine, uniform texture, is similar in strength to oak and resists splitting. Lime is easy to work with and is used frequently for turning and carving.

Dark Red Meranti

Dark Red Meranti

The texture is coarse but even and the grain is interlocked and wavy. Meranti can be stained and polished quite well after suitable filling.

European and English Oak

Oak (English and European)

Oak is our most popular and most frequently dealt in timber. It is suitable for a wide range of applications from structural use, cladding, flooring, decking and furniture.

Sapele

Sapele

Another African timber, sapele is close-textured with an interlocking grain. It is quite a hard timber but is fairly easy to work with. It is used frequently in joinery and furniture making.

Sycamore

Sycamore (English)

Sycamore is a very pale timber with a fine texture and commonly used for internal joinery. It is high in strength, with similar properties to oak.

Walnut

Walnut (English)

Walnut is suitable for carving and turning and polishes extremely well. It is moderately durable with a coarse texture.

Yew

Yew

Yew is a tough, durable and hard timber. IT is good for turning and can be highly polished.

Tulipwood

Tulipwood

Tulipwood is easy to work with and finishes to a fine, smooth surface. It is used primarily in interior joinery and for furniture.

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