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About Sawn Timber

At Harlow Bros, we believe in sustainable and eco-friendly construction practices. That's why we are proud to offer a wide range of sustainable sawn timber. Our carcassing timber is sourced from responsibly managed forests and is of the highest quality.

Our sawn timber has several benefits, including:

  • Greater flexibility and workability
  • More affordable
  • Readily available
  • Sawn from the log for a natural rougher finish.

Explore our range of sustainable timber and join us in our commitment to a greener future.

Our Collection of Sawn Timber

We have a wide range of sawn redwood timber and whitewood timber, all of which are internationally sourced from mills that operate in a sustainable manner to bring you top-quality wood with eco-friendliness in mind:

We have an extensive range of sizes, grades, and finishes available, allowing you to choose the perfect sawn timber for your project. Get in touch to find out more about our sawn timber.

Browse Our Alternative Timber & Joinery Products

From joinery timber to building-grade timber, our online range is comprehensive and available to collect or deliver nationwide at competitive rates. See our full timber and joinery options below:


What is sawn carcassing timber, and what is it used for?

Sawn carcassing timber is a type of wood that has been sawn and prepared for use in structural applications such as roofing, flooring, walls, and framing. It is often used in construction and building projects.

Can sawn timber be used for outdoor projects?

Yes, sawn carcassing timber can be used for outdoor projects. However, it is important to ensure that it is appropriately treated and graded for outdoor use to ensure durability and resistance to weather conditions.

What is the difference between sawn whitewood and sawn redwood timber?

Sawn whitewood is a softwood that comes from spruce trees, while sawn redwood comes from the more durable and harder Douglas fir or Western Red Cedar trees. Sawn redwood is typically more expensive due to its higher grade durability and longer lifespan.