4x2 Timber Joist (45x95mm)
4x2 Timber Joist (45x95mm) - 1.2m / C16 / Treated is backordered and will ship as soon as it is back in stock.
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Our 4x2 timber is expertly crafted for your construction and crafting needs. Whether you're building a sturdy framework or designing an outdoor space, our timber provides the foundation for projects that last.
- Dimensions: Each piece is precisely milled to 4 inches by 2 inches, translating to a metric size of 45x95mm for accurate planning and building.
- Grades: Available in high-performance grades to meet the demands of your specific construction needs.
- Treatment: Choose from our tanalised treated timber for superior protection against the elements or untreated for a natural finish.
- Length Options: With various lengths ranging from short cuts for minor projects to long beams for extensive construction, we offer the flexibility to fulfil any design requirement.
Durability: Our 4x2 treated timber undergoes a rigorous tanalising process, ensuring it meets the challenges of moisture, decay, and pests. The result is a robust and long-lasting material you can trust, whether constructing a garden feature or framing a new addition to your home. Embrace the strength and resilience of our 4x2 tanalised timber for peace of mind in every build.
Quick Delivery: Order now and get fast delivery on all our timber products, including the popular 7x2 treated timber and 7x2 C24 and C16 options.
Shop with Confidence: Quality guaranteed, with dedicated customer support for a hassle-free purchase.
During the milling process, where timber is cut and planed to its finished size, slight deviations can occur. This is a typical characteristic of timber as a natural material and does not affect the structural integrity of the wood.
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