Timber is a versatile material, with products which can be used across all areas of our built environment.
Learn more about the many products which are made using wood, and connect with members which sell them.
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Wood for Construction
Wood has been used in the construction of buildings and structures for thousands of years. Its inherent strength, versatility and durability make it an ideal building material for walls, floors, windows and roofs, as do its heat resistance and sound absorption properties.
Wood for Interiors
Wood is an incredibly popular product that is often used by architects and designers to decorate the interiors of our buildings. This is because wood is durable, economical, easy to work with, long-lasting, and combines effortlessly with other textures to create a striking, inspiring aesthetic.
Wood for Exteriors
As a natural material, timber is an attractive and logical choice for exterior structures such as fencing, cladding and decking. Wood is easy to work into any size or shape, and provides a warm, organic aesthetic that will blend well with any outdoor space.
Wood Packaging & Pallets
The transport of goods and materials is a multi-billion pound industry with wood products as its heart. Wood has long been used as a packing material to ensure that goods can be transported safely and without damage, with wooden pallets being a central part of this industry.
Wood for Fuel
While the majority of UK households are connected to the gas grid, there is still a significant demand for wood fuels to heat more rural properties, as well as those that have log burners, open fires and other heat sources such as biomass boilers.
As well as products containing wood, the timber supply chain also deals with a wide range of timber ancillary products. These are often required as part of a wood product’s installation, or as a way to treat the wood to ensure it is fit for purpose.