Order Value Up To £599.99 ex-vat - Delivery Charge £60.00 ex-vat
Orders over £600 ex-vat in value are delivered FREE OF CHARGE
Delivery charges will automatically be calculated within the checkout process.
Orders are only processed for delivery between 8.30am - 5.00pm Monday to Friday excluding bank holidays.
Moffett offload will be used for large bulky deliveries and only when agreed with you. Please advise of any access issues on ordering. Delivery is Kerbside only.
In the unlikely event that your delivery is not correct or damaged please notify us immediately and also mark any issues on the delivery slip.
Where We Deliver
We have a fleet of FORS delivery vehicles all with Moffett mechanical off loads that deliver nationwide. Sometimes we may use 3rd party carriers for smaller orders.
We do not ship to the following postcodes
KW, IV, AB, PH, DD, BT, KY, TR, PL, EX, TQ, HS, ZE
Product Delivery Times
The vast majority of our orders are dispatched within 5 working days.
However speciality items may take up to 7-10 working days.
We will contact you with in 24/48hrs of your order been placed to confirm delivery times and dates.
Premium C16 Carcassing Timber is kiln-dried structural graded softwood that is most commonly used where a grading stamp is required. Mainly used in the construction of floor joists, roof joists and timber frami. . . ...Show More >
Premium C16 Carcassing Timber is kiln-dried structural graded softwood that is most commonly used where a grading stamp is required. Mainly used in the construction of floor joists, roof joists and timber framing, it can also be used in many other applications both internally and externally.
Graded to C16 for use in construction where load bearing and support is required, our easy-edge range of C16 Carcassing Timber has the same strength class as traditional sawn C16 Carcassing Timber. Due to the radiused (bevelled) edges and smoother machined finish, it is also easier to handle.
Kiln Dried timber has been heated in a controlled environment to steadily reduce the amount of water in the wood to a set moisture content level – this is usually 20% to 24%. Kiln dried timber is lighter due to this and as the wood dries it also becomes stronger.
Regularised timber has gone through a machine which rounds the edges and smooths the faces and sides of the piece. This operation uniforms the finished size which will usually be 5mm less than stated on both the face and width.
Carcassing is a generic trade term which refers to the use of a species of timber. Spruce/Pine and Fir are used to form floors, walls, ceilings and roofs of properties for example.