High Quality Joinery Timber

Grading

The main commercially available grades of joinery timber in the UK are sixths, fifths and unsorted with sixths being the lowest grade and unsorted being the highest grade.  At Brookridge Timber we stock fifth grade which is used for general purpose products such as PSE and Decking. We also stock a wide range of unsorted timber which can be used for high quality joinery projects such as furniture manufacture.

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Joinery Timber is the non-structural use of wood for items such as windows and doors, cladding boards, skirting boards, door linings, staircases and architrave. It also includes decking components such as decking boards, handrails and banisters as well as solar shading.
Brookridge Timber Ltd has long established links with various mills in Scandinavia, and Russia who provide a range of joinery timber in various qualities to satisfy the quality of timber required in all of the above applications. We keep large stocks of product on the ground available for immediate delivery.
The standard governing the quality of joinery timber used in a particular application is BS EN 942 which simply states that timber in joinery shall be suitable for its intended purpose. This standard supersedes BS1186 Part 2 and details of this standard can be found on the download below.
Brookridge Timber stocks the highest grade of unsorted Scandinavian Redwood available for immediate delivery in any quantity.  The wide specification in sizes has been selected to cater for all requirements and below are details of the sizes held in stock.  Customers can order just one size or a combination of various sizes making any joinery project possible.

Treatment

Brookridge Timber offers a variety of pressure treatments through its factory controlled ISO 9001 audited process.
The treatment processes, greatly extends the service life of the timber protecting  it from wood decay and insect attack.
Our high pressure treatment process is available in either green or brown and is carried out to meet the User Class requirements of BS8417 the industry code of practice for the preservative treatment of timber.  Please contact us for information on what is the appropriate User Class for your desired end use.
Brookridge Timber also offers a low pressure process which also provides long term protection against all forms of wood decay and insect attack and is widely used with our construction and joinery timbers as it does not change the precise dimension of the timber.  This is a low pressure double vacuum process (Vac Vac).
More detailed information of these products are detailed on the treatment pages of the website.

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