New guide puts timber and joinery under one roof

Published:  03 July, 2009

LEAMINGTON SPA: Build Center has launched a new and improved Timber and Joinery Product Guide following customer feedback on the format. Build Center, Wolseley’s national construction materials merchant, has combined its Timber Guide and Joinery Guide to offer one user-friendly format with an improved layout, making product selection easier.

 

 

 

The 114-page guide features newly expanded product ranges including machined timber, sheet timber, construction timber, engineered products, wood flooring, timber landscaping, sawn hardwoods, timber windows, and patio and French doors - plus a new ironmongery section.

 

Andrew Cushing, Head of Marketing, from Build Center said: “Our new Timber and Joinery Product Guide features leading suppliers such as BSW Timber, Finnforest, Velux and Jeld-wen, along with Build Center’s own brand products, such as Center roof windows and Oliver Häffner Rapid-Fit kitchens.

 

“Timber is an increasingly popular choice as a construction material, particularly when timber frame is used in new-build housing, due to the speed of construction, durability and sustainability – wood being the most sustainable material available if it is sourced from certified forests. The new guide makes it easier than ever for customers to select and source their timber and joinery supplies from their local branch.”

 

Wolseley UK is an active member of the Timber Trade Federation (TTF) and has worked in close collaboration with the organisation since 2004 to develop the Responsible Purchasing Policy (RPP) for timber. In addition, all Build Center and Timber Center branches hold Chain of Custody certification.

 

All timber and joinery products featured in the guide can be ordered from any of the Build

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