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Timber & Sheet Materials

Sheet Material

We stock a wide range of sheet materials ideal for interior or exterior projects. We offer a great selection of Plywood, MDF Sheets, Chipboard, and Hardboard, for various projects from the home to the building site. We also offer a cutting service
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Planed Timber

Planed timber, is wood that has been processed to have a smooth surface and uniform dimensions. This is achieved by passing rough-sawn timber through a planing machine, which removes any roughness or irregularities in the wood's surface and creates a consistent thickness.
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Skirting Boards

Skirting boards, also known as baseboards, are wooden s that are installed along the bottom of interior walls to cover the joint between the wall and the floor. They are typically 100mm to 150mm tall and are available in a range of styles and finishes to match the decor of the room.
Skirting boards serve both practical and aesthetic purposes. They provide a protective barrier to prevent damage to the wall from foot traffic, furniture, or vacuum cleaners, and also help to conceal any gaps or unevenness between the wall and the floor.
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Constructional Timber

We have a variety of construction timbers available commonly known as sawn timber. Ready for use both indoors and outdoors.

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Scaffold boards

A scaffold board is a type of wooden board that is used to construct scaffolding, which is a temporary structure used to support workers and materials during construction, maintenance, or repair work. Scaffold boards are typically made from strong, durable softwoods. 
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Beading or Decorative moulding

Beading refers to a narrow strip of wood, metal, or plastic molding that is used as a decorative or functional element in construction and woodworking projects. Beading can be used in a variety of ways, such as to cover gaps between surfaces, to provide a decorative edge, or to add texture and depth to a surface.
In construction, beading is often used as a finishing touch around doors, windows, and baseboards, where it can help to conceal gaps and create a neat and professional finish. It can also be used as a decorative accent on furniture, cabinets, and other woodworking projects, where it can add visual interest and texture.
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