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Sawmill services available

Scottish Wood for quality Scottish hardwoods from local sustainable sources

 

Scottish Wood is a hardwood Sawmill based in Inzievar Woods Fife, we are a well established social enterprise that has built up a reputation over the last 20 years for specialising in the sustainable production and supply of Scottish hardwood timber, timber products and premium softwoods, with all our logs being sustainably sourced from local areas in Scotland and milled onsite at our Sawmill. We pride ourselves on our commitment to provide a professional and quality service maintaining the highest standard of work and producing the best quality timber for you, whether a member of trade or public.

 

We can supply kiln dried, air dried or green timber cut to order through our sawmill so why not contact us, we have stunning Scottish timber for everyone for many purposes from craft making to building.

We cut and stock Scottish Oak, Elm, Beech, Ash, Sycamore, Yew and more. 

  • Green timber cut to order including but not limited to ;

    • Scottish Oak, Larch and Elm beams

    • Scottish Oak and Larch posts for exterior landscaping 

    • Scottish Oak and Larch for timber framing 

    • Scottish Oak and Larch cladding

    • Naturally durable Larch decking

    • Scottish Oak and Scottish Larch for exterior landscaping including fencing and retaining walls

    • Larch and Oak timber for sheds, huts, pergola etc builds

    • Larch available from our fresh sawn Larch sheds onsite including limited amounts of our decking and cladding boards. Plus a selection of Larch boards, battens, posts and more including 2x4 4x4 6x6 Larch timber.

  • Kiln dried hardwoods and Larch

    • Moulding including skirting and architrave available in a variety of profiles and species.

    • Hardwood and Larch wooden flooring cut to order

  • Kiln dried timber in stock available to buy from our Timber-shop, rough sawn timber stores and online shop including;

    • Kiln dried planed to thickness hardwood boards 1" to 4" plus chunkier stock available

    •  Scottish hardwood planed offcuts - starting from as low as £1 onsite

    • Kiln dried softwoods in stock

    • Carving and Turning blanks - square and round bowl blanks (stock dependant)

    • Burrs, burr boards and burr slices

    • Hollows and organic wild rustic pieces

    • Mantels, lintels, uprights and beams

    • Clearance - reduced prices on kiln dried planed boards, burrs and offcuts in Timber shop

    • Wide boards available up to 24" (stock dependant, species and thickness varies) 

    • Squared or natural edges

  • Firewood - crates, bags and offcuts available.

We stock a stunning range of Scottish hardwoods you can buy here online or to visit us onsite view our full range of stock available from our Timber-shop for kiln dried planed boards, offcuts, burrs, mantels, our rough sawn stores plus our Larch sheds and more.

All of our timber comes straight from the log that we have sustainably sourced locally from well managed woodlands and mill ourselves onsite at our hardwood Sawmill here in West Fife, Scotland.

 

We tray our timber carefully to allow for adequate and even air flow, then leave to slowly air dry (for one year per per inch of wood thickness) before being added to our kiln and dried until between 8 - 10% moisture content, ensuring you the best quality timber when added to our timber shop as a planed board or to our timber stores as rough sawn timber stock.

Kiln dried, planed hardwood boards and offcuts and more perfect for furniture making, hardwood worktops, wood for arts & crafts and DIY -  so versatile and suitable for a variety of purpose - limited only by your imagination - available from our Timber-shop onsite. We offer a selection of our timber stock available to buy through our online store delivered direct to you at home. Prices shown online include vat plus p&p.

For fresh sawn/green timber cut to order - please contact our Sawmill directly.

Browse through our website for information on our Larch  Cladding and Decking, our guide to pricing, or learn more about timber properties.

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