has been produced from slow grown logs and imported from Sweden and the Baltic states.
If you need your timber supplies in a hurry, the Pennyhill Timber team are on hand to help. Some of our products are available for immediate dispatch, so if you need timber supplies ASAP, give our team a call on
What Sizes Are Available?
Our supply of 75 x 100 C16/C24 graded and treated softwood is available in the following sizes:
- 75 x 100 x 3.0m
- 75 x 100 x 3.6m
- 75 x 100 x 4.2m
What Can This Timber Be Used For?
Our products are available to both trade professionals and members of the public, so if you're an experienced professional or a DIY novice, our online timber store has something for you.
With regards to this specific product, imported C24 graded timber has a higher strength class than home grown C16 timber and is also less prone to twisting; this makes it a great choice of material for the following projects:
Why Should You Buy Your Supplies From Pennyhill Timber?
- Sheds & Garden Buildings,
- Decking framework.
Here at Pennyhill Timber, we work hard to ensure that our customers receive high standards with regards to both product quality and customer service. Thanks to our no quibble policy, if you have a valid receipt which is no more than 30 days old and the items are in the same condition, we won't charge a re-stocking fee.
Also, don't worry about any items arriving to you damaged. If any of your items arrive in a damaged condition; there's no fuss and no hassle, simply contact us within 24 hours and we'll be happy to discuss and exchange or a refund.
What Does Pressure Treated Timber Mean?
Pressure treatment is very effective due to how liquids work. Liquids are extremely difficult to compress, so difficult they are often considered to be thought of as incompressible. This means that when the liquid treatment is placed in a pressurised environment, the liquid is forced to be absorbed by the timber.
With regards to the above timber, the pressure treatment process utilises an organic biocide and copper in order to prevent damage from both rot and insects. After all, whilst timber is very useful and can be used in many different applications, you need to prevent the wood from absorbing moisture in order to protect against rot, and you need to utilise a biocide in order to protect against insect damage.
Pennyhill Timber – Ethically Sourced Timber
It is important to remember that wood is only a sustainable material if it is sourced from a renewable source; such as a sustainable forest. Here at Pennyhill Timber, we are proud to be members of the FSC® (Forest Stewardship Council®) and PEFC (Programme for the Endorsement of Forest Certification) chain of custody schemes. So when you purchase timber from our online store, you can have full confidence that all of our timber products have been ethically sourced from sustainable forests.
What Is Softwood?
Hardwood and softwood are two different species of wood. Softwood timber comes from gymnosperm trees such as Spruce or Pine. These plants allow their seeds to fall to the ground with no coverings. With the example of a pine tree, the seeds grow into hard cones which are then released into the wind. Additionally, softwood trees are often evergreen and are usually less dense when compared to hardwoods such as oak or ash, making them easier to cut and less prone to splitting when using a hammer to hammer in nails.
On the other hand, hardwood timber is made from angiosperm trees. These are plants that produce seeds with a covering, this includes things fruits such as apples, or hard shelled seeds such as acorns. They are also slower growing in comparison to softwood trees and unlike gymnosperm which normally are evergreen, angiosperm trees typically lose their leaves every year,
Interested? Would You Like To Learn More? Give Our Team A Call Today
As an independent timber merchant based in the South of England with over 15 years of award winning timber knowledge and experience
, it's fair to say we know a thing or two about the timber industry. So if you need advice or if you have any questions regarding any of the timber supplies available from our timber yard, our team of experts are on hand to help.
If you need help, or if you would like to make an enquiry you can speak to a member of staff by calling Pennyhill Timber on 01483 486 739
. Our office opening hours are Monday to Friday 7:00 am to 5:00 pm
and Saturday 8:00 am to 12:00 pm
. You can also get in touch with our team using the internet, our email address is firstname.lastname@example.org
Meet Our Team In Person
If you would prefer to visit our team in person, please visit our Surrey timber yard.
Our address is, The Timber Yard, Lucas Green Road, West End, Woking, Surrey, GU24 9YB.