- 22/09/2020 - Everyone at iWood would like to thank you for your continued support during the pandemic.
As more of our customers have started coming back to work we have seen an influx of orders.
As such we are currently working to a lead time of 14-28 working days
(some products have longer lead times as described in their individual descriptions). We are still following government guidelines to keep our staff and customers safe.
Our Oak packs are the most cost-effective way to buy sawn oak for you to further work into your finished section sizes and finished products.
- Pre-bundled, kiln-dried, square-edged, rough sawn (not planed) packs of European Oak
- Many grades, thicknesses, widths and lengths available to suit your projects
- 100s of packs in stock in The Midlands. 1000s more available on the continent.
What Types of Pack Are You Interested In?
Which Grades of Timber Are You Interested In?
Please select at leat one pack type first
Which Thicknesses of Timber Are You Interested In?
Please select at leat one grade first
Each pack contains only one thickness of boards.
Pack - Square Edged
Rough sawn timber for you to process further. All boards are the same thickness per pack, with various widths and sometimes lengths. Example use: furniture manufacture, joinery
Pack - Sawn To Size
Cut to Size timber ready for you to work with
Rough sawn boards for you to process. Used when you need the same thickness and width for projects such as making cladding, flooring or skirting.
This kiln dried grade is very clean and is the pick of the best, mostly knot-free timber. On occasions where there are knots they will only be tiny.
This kiln dried grade will have some knots but no large dead knots.
A 1 Face
One side of the board is graded to Prime, and the other to a lower grade. The Prime side will be the pick of the 'cleanest', mostly knot-free oak. The oak is kiln dried.
A 1 Face is ideal if you're making a product only seen from on face, such as flooring, cladding, fascias etc, as you don't need the back face to be the same quality. You get Prime Quality Oak for a lower price.
B 1 Face
One side of the board is graded to Light Character and the other side to a lower grade. Light Character will have more knots than Prime quality, but no large dead knots. The oak is kiln dried.
B 1 Face is ideal if you're making a product only seen from one side, such as flooring, cladding, fascias etc, as you don't need the same quality on the back face. You get Light Character timber for a lower price.
This quality is a mixture of Prime Quality and Light Character Kiln Dried Boards.
Still Have Questions?
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