HIGH QUALITY JOINERY MATERIALS

Joinery work in Edenbridge

Using our hand-selected suppliers, we can source all types of joinery materials, perfect for any application.

Our glass and ironmongery suppliers are reputable companies that have their own in house technical departments for us to call upon should we need to.

We use reliable high quality timber merchants to source our materials and make sure that we use companies that have accreditation from the FSC and PEFC boards.

 
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EUROPEAN OAK

Prime Quality - this is our highest quality, cleanest most knot free timber that our suppliers can select. If there are any knots at all they will be tiny.

Light Character - this grade of oak will have some knots, but no large dead knots.

Uses: Heavy Structural use, Cladding, Joinery - Exterior & Interior, Furniture, Flooring, Sleepers & Decking.

  • Species Group: Hardwood

  • Durability:  2 - Durable

  • Colour description: Yellow Brown

  • Mean density: 720Kg/m3 Kiln Dried


Durability is a measurement of how long a specific species of timber would last if a 50mm x 50mm cross section was left in the ground unprotected.  An untreated Oak beam classed as ‘durable’ will last 15-25 years depending on environmental conditions.

IDIGBO

Idigbo is a great choice of Hardwood whether you are planning on painting or staining.

This material is widely used with-in the industry for use in general carpentry, joinery and construction work.

Uses: Joinery - Exterior & Interior, Furniture, Decking.

  • Durability:  3 - Moderately durable

  • Species Group: Hardwood

  • Colour description: Light Brown

  • Mean density: 560Kg/m3

Durability is a measurement of how long a specific species of timber would last if a 50mm x 50mm cross section was left in the ground unprotected.  An untreated Idigbo beam classed as ‘moderately durable’ will last 10-15years depending on environmental conditions.

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SAPELE

Sapele is a Hardwood which is ideal if you would like to use stains on the timber to achieve your desired colour.

It is a great material to work with  for inside or outside the home.

Uses: Joinery - Exterior & Interior, Quality furniture & cabinet making, Office furniture, Flooring, & Shop fitting.

  • Species Group: Hardwood

  • Durability:  3 - Moderately durable

  • Colour description: Reddish brown

  • Mean density: 640Kg/m3


Durability is a measurement of how long a specific species of timber would last if a 50mm x 50mm cross section was left in the ground unprotected.


An untreated Sapele beam classed as ‘moderately durable’ will last 10-15 years depending on environmental conditions.

IROKO

Iroko is hardwood that is great to work with for the joiner and offers a good base for either staining or painting your joinery.

It’s rich yellow brown colour is a great material to incorporate into your project.

Uses: Cladding, Joinery - Exterior & Interior, Decking. Ship & boat Building.

  • Species Group: Hardwood

  • Durability:  2 - Durable

  • Colour description: Yellow Brown

  • Mean density: 660Kg/m3

Durability is a measurement of how long a specific species of timber would last if a 50mm x 50mm cross section was left in the ground unprotected.


An untreated Iroko beam classed as ‘durable’ will last 15-25 years depending on environmental conditions.

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ACCOYA

Accoya is a modified wood product, which has been treated with a chemical, biological or physical agent to enhance is performance.

It is a modern product and is manufactured using wood from sustainable sources.

Uses: Heavy Structural use, Cladding, Joinery - Exterior & Interior, Sleepers & Decking.

  • Species Group: MWP

  • Durability:  1 - Very durable

  • Colour description: Light brown

  • Mean density: 560Kg/m3

Durability is a measurement of how long a specific species of timber would last if a 50mm x 50mm cross section was left in the ground unprotected.


An untreated Accoya beam classed as ‘very durable’ will last more than 25 years depending on environmental conditions.

SOFTWOOD

Yellow Pine is a softwood regularly used internally for building projects.

We have used this material a number of times for customers for use in staircases when a hardwood is not the timber of choice.

  • Uses: Joinery - Exterior & Interior

  • Species Group: Softwood

  • Durability:  4 - Slightly durable

  • Colour description: Yellow Brown

  • Mean density: 420Kg/m3

Durability is a measurement of how long a specific species of timber would last if a 50mm x 50mm cross section was left in the ground unprotected.


An untreated Yellow Pine beam classed as ‘slightly durable’ will last 5-10 years depending on environmental conditions.

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GLASS

We have quality reliable suppliers that have a wide range of glazing units available for any type of joinery that we produce.

We offer the standard 24mm double glazed units with a choice of white or black warm edge spacer and 12mm slimline units installed with face putty.

Other types of glass include insulated, self clean, acoustic, integral blinds, solar control, safety and security and decorative.

 

Do you require information about specific joinery materials? Causeway Joinery Ltd in Edenbridge is happy to assist you. Give us a call or visit our contact page to select your prefered contact method.