Over 15 years experience in the timber in the timber industry, manufacturing of engineered wooden floors, decking, bespoke furniture & custom made joinery for new & remodelled houses.

We are proud to offer a wide range of timbers that are highly appropriate for decorative cladding some relatively common, others far more unusual. extreme hardiness of Siberian Larch, or the incredible density and strength of Ekki from West Africa, we are sure there will be something here to inspire you.

Timber cladding can look both traditional and modern, depending on how it is used. It is lightweight, quick to fit into place and is a popular effect for exterior surfaces. Timber cladding is often used on sheds, garages and walls but is also suitable when treated for interior use. We import large quantities of high quality French

Many people have asked why it is that I prefer to design timber frame homes, and more specifically, what the advantages of a timber frame home are. Here are 10 good reasons to build your new house using timber frame. 1. Touch the Earth Lightly. The choice of a timber frame home is going to substantially

Timber cladding also referred to as weather boards or weatherboarding, can add an extra dimension to a building. Different woods can be utilised for cladding products; They can either be treated or untreated. We offer timbers that can be used for both internal and external applications. We supply many different profiles

In those years — late 1800's to early 1900's — wood frame and iron clad homes were common in South Africa. Some of these were designed and built here, but others were pre-fabricated, kit homes, imported from Europe. You'll find a good example of a locally designed and manufactured wood and iron building in

The Siberian larch wood and thermally modified pine, In European conditions considered as durable, were selected for the façade cladding and terrace decking at Hout Bay House. Larch has high resistance to climatic factors but without a suitable surface treatment it tends to turn grey and crack. Thermally

l African mahogany, a West African timber, consists of a number of sub-species that are sold under the French name of Acajou d'Afrique. The most Afrormosia is an ideal wood for external joinery for those who are willing to pay the premium in price for a product that will last as long as the building.