Timber Decking

Timber decking presents a flexible choice suitable for both commercial and residential projects. We provide a selection of timber decking sourced from responsibly managed woodlands in Wales.

Britsh Timber Decking sourced in Wales

We supply premium British timber decking, meticulously sourced from the sustainable, verdant forests of Wales. We take pride in offering an exclusive range of decking materials made from Larch, Douglas Fir, and Cedar, each chosen for its exceptional quality, durability, and natural beauty. These timber species, thriving in the Welsh climate and soil, provide the perfect foundation for creating stunning, long-lasting outdoor spaces.

By choosing our Welsh-sourced British timber for your decking, you are not only investing in superior quality and design flexibility but also supporting sustainable forestry practices. Our commitment to environmental stewardship ensures that every piece of timber is harvested with care, promoting the health of Wales’ forests and contributing to the preservation of these natural resources for future generations.

Our British timber decking, sourced from Welsh forests, offers an unparalleled combination of aesthetic appeal, environmental responsibility, and lasting performance. Whether you are creating a serene garden retreat, a vibrant entertainment area, or a durable family space, our Larch, Douglas Fir, and Cedar decking timbers provide the foundation for outdoor living at its finest.

Timber Decking Range


Larch Decking

Larch decking is a sustainable and durable option. Its natural oils make it resistant to decay, while its warm, golden hues add a touch of rustic charm to outdoor spaces. Larch decking is well-suited for various applications, from garden decks to commercial decking, and offers both aesthetics and reliability.


Douglas Fir Decking

Douglas fir decking combines strength and versatility. Its rich, reddish-brown colour and straight grain create a classic look. This wood is known for its robustness, making it suitable for heavy-duty applications. Douglas fir decking is an excellent choice for both residential and commercial projects.


Cedar Decking

Cedar decking combines aesthetics with remarkable longevity. Its innate resistance to decay and pests makes it an ideal selection for outdoor installations. With a warm reddish-brown tone that gracefully matures with time, cedar decking imparts a touch of enduring elegance to any setting.

Applications of Timber Battens
Cladding Support

Timber battens create a stable surface onto which various cladding materials such as timber boards, panels, or tiles can be securely attached. This not only enhances the appearance of the building but also protects it from the elements.

Ventilation & Drainage

By allowing airflow and drainage between the cladding and the building’s structure, timber battens help prevent moisture-related issues and prolong the life of cladding materials.

Privacy Screens

Timber battens can be used creatively to construct privacy screens, adding a touch of elegance and seclusion to outdoor spaces.

Decorative Features

Battens can serve as decorative elements on walls, ceilings, or fences, providing texture and visual interest to architectural designs.

Timber Decking FAQ

The selection of timber for battens depends on their intended use, durability, and desired aesthetic. Common types of timber that are suitable for battens include Larch, Cedar, and Douglas Fir. Larch is valued for its strength and durability, Cedar is chosen for its resistance to decay and insects, making it ideal for outdoor applications, and Douglas Fir is appreciated for its structural strength and visual appeal. Each type offers unique characteristics, from color and grain pattern to durability and resistance to the elements.

Maintaining timber battens involves several key steps to ensure they remain in good condition for as long as possible. Firstly, it is important to apply a suitable wood preservative or finish to protect against moisture, UV damage, and pests. Regularly check your battens for signs of wear or damage and address these issues promptly to prevent further deterioration. Cleaning them gently with a soft brush or cloth to remove dirt and debris can also help maintain their appearance. For outdoor installations, ensure that water can drain away from the battens to avoid prolonged moisture exposure.

Yes, timber battens can be used for a wide range of both indoor and outdoor applications. Indoors, they are often used for aesthetic purposes, such as decorative wall or ceiling treatments, providing texture and warmth to a space. Outdoors, they can serve functional roles in fencing, cladding, or as garden features, adding visual interest and providing privacy or shade. The key to outdoor use is choosing the right type of timber that can withstand the environmental conditions, with Larch, Cedar, and Douglas Fir being excellent choices due to their natural durability and resistance to decay.

Our Reviews

glen britton
glen britton
The service and quality of the timber outstanding
Nick Woodcock
Nick Woodcock
Very help and will be ordering soon
Rob Monshin
Rob Monshin
As always fantastic service , timber cut to size perfectly , delivered on time .
Peggy Romer
Peggy Romer
Possibly the most friendly and helpful company I've used. Always kept me up to date and provided useful advice. Will be using them again soon!
Lloyd English
Lloyd English
Super company to work with. I found Mathew and his team really helpful, and the examples they have of different cladding helps no end when deciding what to go for. Great value and the fact the wood is grown, felled and sawed in Wales proves it truly is a local product. Highly recommend this company.
James Scott-Cook
James Scott-Cook
Bought some waney Edge larch cladding from this company good price, good quality did two gable ends with it looks great