Timber is carbon neutral & one of the most sustainable resources the planet possesses. At Glynns we can supply you with native Irish grown timber or imported Scandinavian timber. Both products are kiln dried and stress graded to C16.
We go to great lengths to ensure all our timber is sourced from sustainable managed forests. Our suppliers are members of the Forest Stewardship Council (FSC). Membership to this organisation entails each member having regular audits of their practices and processes and adherence to the stringent rules and regulations laid down by the FSC. Our stress graders who are registered with NSAI (National Standards Authority of Ireland) continuously monitor the quality of our timber so as to ensure you get top quality material all the time.
We stock the complete range of roofing timbers from sizes 50mm x 22mm (2"x1") to 225mm x 75mm (9"x3") and lengths from 2.4m (8') to 8.4m (28').
If you are in the market for a roof lot of timber, we would love to have the opportunity to price it for you. Please send your list to us. Click here.
Protim Clearchoice is a range of preservation systems for wood, pressure treated for use in construction projects that require protection to Use Class UC1, UC2, UC3 such as roof timbers, timber framing, internal and external joinery and other internal and external timber projects that are above dpc/ground level. When using Protim Clearchoice in external applications it will need to be coated with a suitable external coating which will be maintained in service.
The Benefits of Protim Clearchoice
- Protim Clearchoice pressure treated wood is very cost effective when balanced against the potential expense that could be incurred in future remedial treatments and refurbishment.
- By using Protim Clearchoice pressure treated wood you can extend the service life of timber projects.
- Protim Clearchoice allows the use of less naturally durable plantation grown softwoods
For a small additional fee we can pressure treat all your timber, before it is delivered to site. Not only do you get top quality timber but you have it protected from insect infestation, rising damp and dry wrot. As buildings become more airtight it would be advisable to have your timber pressure treated.
Visit the Protim website for more information on the range of treatments and the treatment process involved. Click here.