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New Kiln facility

Friday 5th November 2010 1:45PM

We have now installed purpose built kiln facilityies which will dry our timber to the appropriate moisture content - ready for preservative treatment to be applied to our Good Wood range of timbers.

It is crucial that excess moisture is removed from timber before the preservative treatment process to allow an appropriate protection. Our range of Good Wood fencing timbers carry a 15 year warranty against decay and insect attack.


Good Wood up to date with Year Branding

Friday 5th November 2010 1:29PM

Our range of Good Wood fence posts now carry a distinctive Taylormade year brand for easy identification. The TM (Taylormade) is followed by the last two digits of the year.

Good Wood fence posts are manufactured purely from redwood species, kiln dried and then preservative treated to meet Use Class 4 requirements - external ground contact applications. Like the rest of the Good Wood fencing range these posts carry a 15 year warranty against decay and insect attack.


New Recycling Scheme

Friday 5th November 2010 1:21PM

As part of our drive to ever improve our environmental standards we now have recycling facilities on site to make the best use of waste cardboard and strapping from our everyday operations.

On average we are now recycling 2 tonnes of cardboard and strapping per month.


New Improved Brown Treatment

Friday 12th December 2008

A built-in brown colour for preservative treatments has always been a key requirement for our fencing customers.

With the latest Tanatone treatment available from Taylormade Timber, the brown colouration has a much more even and consistent coverage from the initial treatment as well as superior durability, once the timbers are installed. And of course Tanatone pressure treated timber… [read more]


Good Wood - lasts for 15 years

Thursday 4th December 2008

Taylormade Timber Products Ltd has now launched its new Good Wood range of fencing components with a 15 year guarantee against rot. The Good Wood brand reaffirms the long term performance that can be expected from pressure preservative treated fencing timbers if they are produced in the right way. "Because timber has always been our most versatile, cost effective and environmentally sound fencing material, the recent reports of fence post failures have been a major concern to the entire industry.… [read more]