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Timber and Wood Building Materials

There is a large variety of timber and wood building materials which are extremely useful to repair, maintain and build both indoor and outdoor areas of the home. Selections which can be purchased include hardboard sheets, 4x2 treated timber, anti-slip decking strips and Waney Edge timber cladding.

Timber Cladding

Creating an appealing natural effect, timber cladding has become an increasingly popular home exterior. Waney Edge timber cladding is a popular choice for fences, barns and sheds. Its distinctive one edge left with bark offers up a more rural appearance, making it also ideally suited to traditional homes and rustic style self-builds. Tongue and groove timber is also available in a wide selection of pressure treated timbers. Choose from high quality red cedar for home cladding, Scandinavian pine shiplap cladding or tanalised heavy duty log lap redwood cladding, well suited to outhouses and sheds.

Building and Repair

Hardboard sheets such as Medium Density Fibreboard (MDF) can be used for a variety of building and repair tasks, including furniture making and shelving. Hardboard sheets are come with various thicknesses to suit your project requirements and are typically made of pine and spruce wood fibres bonded together with a synthetic resin.

In addition, high quality structural timber is available in various different lengths, suitable for a number of building projects. This range includes timber joists and many different size specs of sawn treated structural grade timber. In addition, a selection of carpentry tools and equipment can also be purchased.

Safety First

Anti-slip decking strips reduce the risk of people falling on slippery timber decking and are a good choice for outdoor living areas and for any similar surfaces at work. These items are made from reinforced plastic and gritted with glass quartz for extra grip and are ideal for those outdoor surfaces prone to moisture or damp.

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