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When you call a member of our team will ask you questions about your project and listen to all your requirments before making a few suggestions on what timber works best and then provide a few guide prices. This can really help to make sure you dont make any mistakes on what timber to use and see how we can make it work for your budget. There is no project size too small or too big for our team.

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Why is iroko good for outdoors?

Iroko has a high natural oil content and is grown in damp jungle climates which makes it very resiliant to wet weather. This makes it well equipped for wet conditions like cladding, decking and boat building.

Why makes Sapele good for outside use?

Sapele is another oily West African hardwood like iroko and has a similar resiliance to wet conditions making it ideal for outdoor joinery. Sapele grain texture is not as course as iroko and it isn't as rich in oil.