Structural Carcassing

Structural carcassing or commonly known as carcassing timber is a type of wood that is mainly used with structural applications predominantly construction of floor joists, roof joists and timber framing. It can also be used in many other applications, externally and internally. Typically it comes in two strength gradings; C16, C24.

All of the graded timbers are kiln-dried and eased edged so that there is a very low percentage of moisture in the wood and are easy to handle. As governed by standing building regulations, the kiln-drying process creates timber that is exceptionally strong and stable.

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