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About Sawn Redwood

At Harlow Bros, our plentiful stocks of rough-sawn redwood timber ensure you find what you need at the right price and volume.

With competitive rates, you can access our comprehensive online range for collection or delivery nationwide. Our pride lies in offering timber products that meet the needs of any project, be it construction or woodworking. Shop our treated rough-sawn redwood timber from Harlow Bros for your construction needs.

Our Sawn Redwood Range

Our sawn redwood timber is slow-grown and sourced from a variety of international sources to ensure that you have the very best sections of timber to work with on your project, be in for internal or external use. Our redwood will provide you with a warm natural finish.

Our ethically sourced sawn redwoods are of the highest quality from sustainable forests worldwide, approved by the Programme for the Endorsement of Forest Certification (PEFC).

We cater to all markets, selling by the pack, half pack, or length. Our joinery-grade materials are carefully selected to meet the needs of joiners and manufacturers, whether for construction, furniture-making, or more.

If you are looking for sawn whitewood timber instead, you can find our collection here.

FAQs

What is sawn redwood, and what are its typical uses?

Sawn redwood refers to redwood timber that has been sawn or cut into boards, planks, or other shapes. It is commonly used in construction and woodworking projects, such as building frameworks, roofs, decks, fences, and furniture.

How should I properly store sawn redwood?

To prevent the timber from warping or twisting, it should be stored in a cool, dry, and well-ventilated area, preferably with a relative humidity of around 50-60%. It should be stacked with spacers between each layer to allow air circulation and protection from direct sunlight, rain, and moisture.

How is sawn redwood different from other types of timber?

It is a type of softwood that comes from the redwood tree, which is known for its durability, stability, and resistance to decay and insects. Compared to other softwoods, such as pine or spruce, sawn redwood has a reddish colour, tighter grain, and higher density.