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Timber

Youngs stocks a comprehensive selection of high-quality timber for construction, landscaping & DIY projects. We offer a variety of cutting and machining services to help you get the exact sizes and shapes you need for your project. 

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Timber Cutting Service

From our branches in Biddenden and Dymchurch we offer a range of timber and sheet cutting services.
 

Our well-equipped sawmill in Biddenden has the facilities to machine bespoke profiles and mouldings in both hardwood and joinery grade softwood.
 

Services include:
 

  • Thicknessing and planing

  • Cutting to size

  • Machining of Firrings/Tilt Fillet

  • Matching timber mouldings and profiles
     

Specially cut/moulded timbers can be transferred from our mill in Biddenden to your closest branch.

Request a quote

To request a quotation for any of our range of timber, please complete the form and we'll get back to you as soon as we can.

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Treated and Graded Roofing Battens

Our high-quality roofing battens are suitable as a fixing point for tiles on a pitched roof and will protect against rot and fungal attack.

 

The battens meet the safety and hazard requirements of the construction industry.

C16 and C24 Timber

Not only is C16 treated timber cost effective to buy, it has many uses such as roof rafters, timber framing, ceiling joists and floor joists. It can also be used as decking joists and for garden buildings.

C24 timber has been graded to a higher standard than C16. It’s a premium timber that can handle higher loads and wider spans. C24 boards have a more uniformed and neater appearance as there are fewer physical imperfections.

PAR Timber (Planed All Round)

We offer a wide range of PAR timber. The smooth finish on both edges and sides makes it very versatile for internal joinery and furniture construction.

 

PAR requires less finishing than sawn timber and generally only requires sanding.

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