Frequently Asked Questions

Yes, we offer custom cutting and milling services to ensure that your timber is cut to the exact specifications you need.

Our experienced staff can provide expert advice and guidance to help you determine the best timber for your specific needs. Factors to consider include the intended use of the timber, the environment in which it will be used, and your budget.

Yes, we source our timber from sustainably managed forests and suppliers who adhere to responsible environmental practices.

Timber grades are based on the quality and appearance of the wood, and they can vary depending on the species. Generally, timber is graded as A, B, C, or D with A being the highest quality and D being the lowest.
We offer a wide range of timber types including hardwoods, softwoods, treated pine, and composite materials.

Hardwoods come from deciduous trees that shed their leaves annually, while softwoods come from evergreen trees. Hardwoods are generally denser and stronger than softwoods, but they can be more expensive.

Our timber is typically kiln-dried to a moisture content of between 10% and 15%, which helps to ensure stability and prevent warping.

We stock a wide range of sizes to suit various applications, from small sections for DIY projects to larger sections for construction.