What is reclaimed timber?
Reclaimed timber is aged wood that has been harvested many years ago. It's generally taken from structure such as decks, beams or barns.
What's the difference between hardwood and softwood?
Hardwood comes from a deciduous tree, which means it loses its leaves every year. Softwood comes from an evergreen tree, which is normally less dense.
What type of timber is grown in Australia?
There is a large number of timber species grown in Australia, including Blue gum, Jarrah, Spotted Gum, Victorian Ash and lots, lots more.
Why is it important to season timber?
Seasoning timber helps to increase its stability and strength, reduce the changes of decay or stain fungi and make it weigh less.