Timber planks / decorative timber planks

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  1. massey 6480

    massey 6480 Well-Known Member

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    Right lads . Anyone here know of someone that uses rough cut timber planks to make furniture/ tables . Timber in question has been cut with a sawmill and has been dry stored for years . Needs to be moved from the shed it's stored in so the man that has it now wants it gone . Probably of value to someone that has the right use for it. . Shame to see it end up as fire wood. If it could be used for a better purpose. Not sure on type of timber we'll get a few pics tomorrow. Any info on a potential buyer appreciated.
     
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    What timber is it?
    Just pine?
    Afaik some types of wood are quite valuable.
     
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    Ash was £80a cubic foot
     
  5. candor

    candor Moderator/IT Guy

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    Might be interested, throw up a few pics when you get a chance.
     
  6. massey 6480

    massey 6480 Well-Known Member

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    Will do could be a few day`s before i`m near there again .
     
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    Did you get a buyer for the timber after?
     
  8. rawand

    rawand New Member

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    Follow the link that Johnboy shared above...
     

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