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Christmas Opening Hours 2017

Saturday December        23rd 8am to 2pm

Sunday    December        24th Closed

Monday  December        25th Closed

Tuesday  December        26th Closed

Wednesday December 27th 8am to 4.30pm

Thursday December        28th 8am to 4.30pm

Friday December             29th 8am to 4.30pm

Saturday December        30th 8am to 2pm

Sunday December           31st Closed

Monday January               1st Closed

From Tuesday 2nd January 2018 Normal Hours resume.

Happy Holidays!

Composite Decking: Quay Timber x NewTechWood

Quay Timber is now a proud provider of NewTechWood composite decking!

Composite decking is an engineered wood/plastic hybrid, it is a long life, environmentally friendly alternative to timber which uses 95% recycled content. NewTechWood's 'UltraShield' range is engineered to be resistant to scratches, fading, stains and mould.

Traditional Vertical Fence Boards vs Horizontal Fencing

The role of fences isn’t changing, but how we want them to look is.

Fencing is a barrier intended to prevent escape of pets, children. Intrusion from neighbours or to mark a boundary.

Fencing allows us to create a visually pleasant border to our gardens or perimeter boundary. Traditionally fencing is built vertically but, increasingly, alternative materials and different styles are becoming the norm when building a fence.

Traditional Fence Building

Get Decked Out for the Summer

Redwood decking

Do you love the outdoors and barbecues? A snazzy deck can help you cook in style. But before you break out the hammers and nails, you have a few decisions to make.

First order of business? Choosing a decking material that suits your desired aesthetic, lifestyle and budget.

To help you decide, here’s a comparison between two popular decking materials: composite and wood.

Composite decking

Quay Timber Bespoke Skirting Service

Quay Timber now has the ability to produce blocks for a spindle moulder, which enables quay timber to produce an entire range of custom skirting boards. We now have the capability to match any skirting mould up to 100mm deep, which comes in handy if you've recently moved into a grand old house given their often tall and unusual profiles.

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