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29243 Reclaimed chunky pine tongue and groove
QTY: 40 m² £35 Per Sq Metre
29215 Quantity of 3m long reclaimed pine beams
QTY: 140 £14 Each
29205 Lengths of reclaimed Burmese mahogany
QTY: 120 £5 Each
27684 Mahogany wood in varying lengths and widths
QTY: Assorted £85 From
30m2 PF reserved until 31/10/2020
27679 Reclaimed oak boards in varying lengths
QTY: 69 m² £150 Per Sq Metre
27677 Set of three huge antique Indian pillars
QTY: 1 Set £1,350 The Set
27571 Oak veneer
QTY: 100 m² £60 Per Sq Metre
26088 Vintage Pine Gymnasium Bars / Beams
QTY: 1 Remaining £65 Each
26073 Characterful Waney Edge Oak Boards
QTY: 6 Remaining £60 From
26058 Four Salvaged Thick Pine Ceiling Beams
QTY: SOLD £400 Job Lot
25920 Salvaged Thick Chestnut Planks / Boards
QTY: 4 m² £140 Per Sq Metre
25828 Anatolian Thick Oak Character Boards
QTY: 58 m² £140 Per Sq Metre
25825 Feature Old Weathered Oak Slabs
QTY: 2 Remaining £175 Each
25824 Chunky Antique Oak Planks For Table Tops
QTY: 60 m² £140 From
25557 Reclaimed Old Oak and Elm Posts
QTY: Limited Stock £6 Per Run Metre
25064 Old Wood Poles Used To Shape Organ Pipes
QTY: 9 Remaining £75 Each
24144 Timeworn Thick Oak Planks
QTY: 55 m² £185 From
23536 Reclaimed Chunky Pine Timber Beams
QTY: 8 Metres £45 Per Run Metre
22741 Reclaimed Old Cart Shed Oak Rafters
QTY: Job Lot £600 Job Lot
22739 Reclaimed Old Oak Beams
QTY: 1 Remaining £80 From
22183 Reclaimed Large Pine Beam
QTY: 1 £400
22024 Reclaimed Pitch Pine Beams / Planks
QTY: 189 Cubic Ft £25 Per Cubic Foot
21823 Salvaged Keruing Wood Flooring / Cladding
QTY: 95 m² £120 Per Sq Metre
20382 Salvaged Characterful Oak Wooden Beams
QTY: In Stock £45 Per Cubic Foot
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Beams and Timber

We generally have a good stock of timber, reclaimed from barns and buildings from across the UK and further afield.  Ideal for construction and the renovation of old buildings, down to creating a fireplace, mantel beam or rustic shelving.  Timber framed buildings were first developed by the Romans and reached their peak in Medieval times then tailing off in Victorian times due to higher demand for timber.  Many of these buildings are still standing centuries on and subsequently require repair, plus old agricultural barns in need of renovation are often converted into housing.

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