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About Specialist Hardwood Timber

Our range prominently features oak and Sapele timber; however, we also cater to more specialist hardwood timber requirements. Whether you're in need of idigbo, tulipwood, beech, cherry, or ash, you can trust us to have you covered – just contact us.

We understand that each customer's needs are unique, which is why our range and services are tailored to ensure you get the right hardwood for your project, whether it's a small home improvement task or a large-scale commercial project.

With our extensive selection and expert guidance, you can rest assured that you'll find the perfect hardwood to suit your requirements. Trust Harlow Bros for high-quality specialist hardwood timber with prompt delivery services.


Our Selection Of Specialist Hardwood Timber

Discover our selection of premium hardwood timber at Harlow. With thicknesses ranging from 25mm to 75mm, we offer an extensive range to cater to your specific project needs. Whether you prefer the convenience of online purchasing or the personalised assistance available at our nearby branches, you'll find a diverse array of timber and joinery options.

Our practical solutions include both delivery and click-and-collect services, ensuring that you receive your materials in the most convenient way possible. We also offer specialised trade accounts tailored to the unique requirements of contractors involved in scaffolding projects.

For those with bespoke or custom requirements, don't hesitate to send us an inquiry, and our dedicated team will be happy to provide you with a quote.



Is ash as hard as oak?

While both ash and oak are hardwoods commonly used in furniture and construction, oak is generally considered to be harder and denser than ash.


Where is Idigbo grown?

Idigbo (Terminalia ivorensis) is native to West Africa, primarily found in countries such as Nigeria, Ghana, Cameroon, and Ivory Coast. It is a tropical hardwood species that grows in moist forests and savannah regions in these countries.