Products / Joinery


  • Quarter sawn available
  • Expert advice on hand when choosing boards
  • Oak up to 6” thick in dried stock at 11%
  • Choose your own joinery timber for requirements

Creating seating outside Canary Wharf Station, sailing boats in Salcombe, tea towel holders for Rick Stein, our joinery timber has been used by expert carpenters to create magnificent pieces for generations. Our strong ethos is followed throughout every aspect of UK Hardwoods, only ever using trees sourced in the UK.

We stock joinery quality Brown Oak, Oak, Chestnut and Ash. Once our joinery timber has been selected and sawn we slowly season it over a number of years, and bring it to the moisture level of 11%. We then store all of our joinery timber in our eco-build climate controlled shed.

From here, customers can select boards to suit their own projects. We sell our joinery timber by the board, and can plane on site for customers. We provide a collection service on Tuesday and Thursday mornings where you can visit the yard, and pick out pieces for your project.

FAQs for Joinery Products

  • What sizes of joinery timber do you stock?

    We stock boards up to 6” thick, which are at a moisture content of 11%.

  • Do you have quarter sawn boards?

    We have plenty in stock of all species.

  • Do you cut and plane to size?

    We can do this on site for additional cost. We recommend purchasing the board big enough for your project and using a carpenter/joiner to cut and plane to size. 

  • What moisture content is your joinery timber?

    Our timber is all seasoned or kilned to 11% and stored in our climate controlled shed.

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We’re also happy to chat on the phone, please call 07809 773 492
Process Selection
Each tree is expertly selected from certified UK woodlands
Process Knowledge
Our trees are skillfully sawn, stacked and dried, working with the tree’s natural characteristics to create timeless pieces
Process Creation
Your order is prepared by hand and machine in our Devon workshop and confirmed with your brief
Process Communication
We communicate and discuss your ideas with you, offering guidance and support throughout your decision making