When you want a smooth planed finish, an interlocking, rainscreen or moulded profile, when you want stable, seasoned timber, when you want longer lengths and a systematic installation, or when you just prefer the aesthetics. That's when you opt for air dried timber cladding over fresh sawn.
air dried timber Category
Air dried (seasoned) timber is the right stuff for external joinery and furniture use. Kiln dried timber, unless re-acclimatised* is a risk if you make furniture or joinery products for use outside. Kilning is a process that reduces moisture to a level that makes timber appropriate and fit for use in interior spaces, centrally heated, air conditioned with low ambient moisture levels of 8-14%.
We had a lot of fun today. Mr McNally found the beautiful case study project you see here, designed by architects Marcus Innauer and Sven... read more
O, the weather this week’s been frightful, but the Cedar is delightful. Since it’s been air drying for years , let it kiln, let it kiln, let... read more
Here you see before you a hand built wall of English Cedar of Lebanon and it was designed and specified by the clever people at TOAST.... read more
Air dried, machine profiled, finger jointed, PEFC Sweet Chestnut Cladding It is quite a mouthful isn’t it? Well, this is a cladding with a big name... read more
Old timber-blog fans will be well acquainted with the Graham & Grant factor, or G Unit as we like to call them. Well, the years... read more
If you haven’t met The Rack yet you haven’t lived! We know it sounds ominous to the layperson or non wood-geek… ‘The Rack’… but it... read more
Our sticking team is busy in the yard putting together some gorgeous fresh sawn T&T boules, all sourced from sustainable managed British woodlands. We’ve... read more
21.02.2014 Here it is Folks… and all is revealed! You’re looking at the TIMBER SALE PRICE LIST as it stands today (we’re not promising we... read more