Contact ASHS Members

Contact: Jim Birley — Inzievar Woods, Oakley, Dunfermline, Fife
KY12 8HB
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01383 851328


General Information

Sawn Hardwood, Wooden Flooring, Beams, Cladding, and Structural Timber

Timber Merchants  Scottish Wood are suppliers of quality Scottish timber. They supply timber for a range of uses including furniture making, interior joinery, flooring and crafts. They also cut fresh sawn hard and soft woods for exterior joinery suchs as oak beams, lintels, cladding and posts.

Scottish Timber  Scottish Wood cut only Scottish grown hardwoods including oak, elm, ash, sycamore, beech, lime yew etc and Scottish grown larch. All their logs are sourced from sustainably managed local woodlands.

Sawn Timber  Boards are supplied either kiln dried or fresh sawn in a range of sizes and there is a choice of either square or waney edged boards.

Machining Services  Scottish Wood can cut and plane wood or supply to a cutting list.

Hardwood Flooring  Scottish Wood also manufactures solid wooden flooring, in oak, elm, beech, sycamore and ash. They are supplied in random lengths, tongue and grooved on the length, with grooves to facilitate jointing on the ends, and show the beauty and natural character of local timber.

From time to time, they have flooring in stock, but to guarantee availability, its essential to order in advance. Lead times vary, depending on stocks of kiln dried material.

Beams, Lintels and Mantels  Scottish Wood supplies fresh sawn beams, lintels and mantels. Oak and elm are particularly popular for this and particularly attractive and characterful pieces can be selected for special features.

Cladding and Decking  Scottish Wood supply oak or naturally durable larch for cladding and decking; these can be moulded into a range of profiles.

Scottish Wood is the trading arm of Dynamic Woods, a Scottish Charity that brings people together to promote the sustainable development of the local woodland resource in Fife, while maximising the potential from existing broadleaf woodlands.

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