Have been getting my timber fencing from Stewart’s for a number of years, a great bunch of guys and the timber they supply is first class.
Whether you’re repairing an existing fence or building one from scratch, we have the correct timber fencing for you. We offer only the highest quality, sustainably grown and pressure treated timber, so, with Stewart Timber timber, your fence will last into the decades. Offering one of the largest ranges of stock sizes throughout Glasgow and Central Scotland, why go to any other timber suppliers?
All You Need for Your Timber Fencing
What you will need will depend on your specific project. If you are in doubt or just want to double check your plans, feel free to give us a call on 01236 727 776 or pop in and see us at our Cumbernauld yard. With over a couple decades’ experience under our belts, we’re confident that we’ll be able to help.
Timber Fencing Reviews
Hi used Stewart Timber again this year. The staff were very helpful and gave me good advice. I was erecting a fence myself and ran into difficulty and had to order a range of different cuts in the wood to transport it in my car. I had the first lot of wood delivered – it arrived when they said it would and the driver was very helpful. Well done all at Stewarts Timber! It is a pity not all companies have the same great approach to their customers. Top marks.
Went in on Monday morning and ordered some fencing. Had it delivered first thing on Tuesday. Fence up and looking good. Top quality service and price.
Frequently Asked Questions
Fence rail is attached between fence posts, giving a fence it’s strength and rigidity. You can attach vertical boards to fence rail or leave it bare depending on what type of fence you are building.
If you choose to attach vertical boards to the fence rails, then capping rails can be fixed to the top and bottom of the vertical timbers to protect the permeable grains.
If off sawn timber needs to be cut again, we will typically use a much smaller saw. This second cut using a fine saw gives a much smoother finish to the wood. Timber that has been cut a second time is called “fine sawn.”
When timber comes in, it’s usually in large blocks or even full trunks. To get it down to size we use a large band mill. This cuts the wood quickly but, because of the size of the saw, it can leave the wood a little rough. Timber that has only been cut by this first saw is called “off sawn.”