New Batch of Timber Ready from the Kiln

We are all so very excited with the recent opening of our 44ft kiln that has carefully dried out our locally sourced hardwood timbers since 3rd March. The load consists of Oak, Lime, Yew, Elm and one that we're all keen to see, Burr Horse Chestnut (also known as the 'Conker'). There are boards, round slices, beams and planks to choose from, all with a moisture content between 8-10%.

Native hardwood timber being extracted from the kiln Native hardwood timber being extracted from the kiln

Kiln-dried round slices, beams, boards and planks of Oak, Elm, Lime, Yew and Horse Chestnut timber Kiln-dried round slices, beams, boards and planks of Oak, Elm, Lime, Yew and Horse Chestnut timber

Tony monitoring the extraction of timber from the kiln on our custom-made bogey system Tony monitoring the extraction of timber from the kiln on our custom-made bogey system

Our timber shop is now re-stocked with the native timbers and is open to the public. So why not pay us a visit and take your time to look through the new selection or even check out our showroom, where we display our range of manufactured products, from flooring to mouldings and much more.

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