Monthly Archives: March 2013

[Timber Blog] A Carpentry Career Begins in School

CDT class probably made you fall in love with working with tools, and for those of you not as long in the tooth as me, that’s Craft Design Technology!  Some of you may simply have known it as Woodwork, and I’m … Continue reading

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[Timber Blog] What we sell and what it’s for…

Last week we explained the benefits of using a timber merchant over and above a DIY superstore and this week it’s time to expand upon what we sell. Construction Softwood The term softwood is used to describe wood from conifers. … Continue reading

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[Timber Blog] How does a Timber Merchant differ to a DIY store?

Going to a DIY store, you face being bombarded by products for all manner of projects, ranging from plumbing & heating, through to decorating and in fact right the way to plants for your garden! When you visit a timber … Continue reading

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[Timber Blog] Fencing will never be “flash in the pan”…

As timber merchants its easy to spend a lot of time focussing on the building and construction industry, paying attention to the hardwood, softwood and sheet materials being sold but there is another industry that shouldn’t be forgotten when considering … Continue reading

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