Exotic Woods

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Hard Wood

Hardwood is wood from dicot trees. These are usually found in broad-leaved temperate and tropical forests. In temperate and boreal latitudes they are mostly deciduous, but in tropics and subtropics mostly evergreen.

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Soft Wood

Softwood is wood from gymnosperm trees such as conifers. The term is opposed to hardwood, which is the wood from angiosperm trees.

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Kiln Drying

Sawn Timber

The preselected log wood is further processed using cutting edge chipping, band saw and circular saw technology to produce an extensive range of sawn timber. Gentle technical drying carefully tailored to each product ensures a targeted moisture content matched to the application.

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African Tropical Hardwood

Putting Floors with Hard Wood

Hardwood floors offer warmth and enhance the look of your rooms while increasing the value of your home. From solid to engineered to bamboo, you’ll find hardwood flooring that comes in a number of shades. 

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Warehouse Management

We have containers coming into our warehouse on a regular basis from around the world and we are always seeking new species of timber so please watch this space to keep up to date on new arrivals.

Kiln Dry

The timber that comes in wet off saw needs to be air dried to around 20-25%. This avoids cell collapse, checking and cracking. We also wax the ends of the timber to help with end cracks.

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We then kiln dry the timber further to 8-12%, which is the correct moisture content for our climate. Due to the different hardness’s of the timber, this process differs and can take anything between 4-6 weeks in the kiln.

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