Update after the fire, its a while since we have posted, here is an update. Website Regular comments were that our old website had a lot of information but looked old fashioned. Well, here is the new one wlwest.co.uk
In my last blog I spoke about the fact that there will be specification reductions in Oak, and continued price increases. I also sowed the seed of thought that we should give timber a greater respect. I recently visited
I know, it’s an old joke but the inference could be nearer than we think. I was at the first Timber Trade Federation conference on European Oak in April held in co-operation with the European Organisation of the Sawmill
As part of the construction industry, the timber trade is one of the oldest parts of it. But are we making the most of the timber we use? Could we be more aware? Could we reduce the wastage and
Sustainable? One of the Oxford English dictionary definitions of ‘Sustainable’ is ‘Able to be maintained at a certain rate or level’. But what does that mean in the timber industry? Timber is a sustainable product, we all know that.
Gates have been manufactured by our company for literally over a century. Our gates are handmade to order and we put pride and passion into them. On many occasions we are able to copy existing gates, sometimes our customers brings
You’re not sure which part of the South Downs National Park that you are in? Follow our signs. We have the pleasure in working with the National Park Authority to provide signage across the national park. Carefully crafted in
We told you in the previous Beam blog about the power of Oak, and its ability to be stronger than bricks and mortar. We weren’t exaggerating when we said that, it is a remarkable hardwood. We have seen examples