Simply Oregon Timber  - Sydney & NSW Projects

Simply Oregon stock a huge range of Oregon Flitch ready to be cut to size for NSW Builders, Architects and Carpenters specifications. 

Simply Oregon can manufacture, supply and deliver sections of solid timber up to 11.4 metres in length which is perfect for people who do not want to use laminated/finger jointed or plated timbers.

Our Oregon Timber is used for a variety of projects in NSW from large architectural projects to the small home handyman carpentry jobs supplied either dressed , bandsawn or rough sawn with Oregon Posts always F8 FOHC (Free of Heart Centre) or even F11 FOHC if required.

Weatherboards (various profiles including block boards) , Pergolas, Verandahs, Exposed beams, T&G Lining Boards, Arcs and skirting boards, Trusses, formwork and heritage restorations are to name a few.

Oregon timber orders are usually delivered overnight to Sydney with Sydney outer areas in approx 2-3 working days with treated timber orders being approx. 10-14 working days depending on the area of NSW being delivered to.   See more details here about our timber treatments.

When placing an order we will be able to give you an expected delivery date.

We regularly deliver timber supplies to Sydney, Albury, Wagga Wagga, Bowral, Wollongong, Gosford, Newcastle, Coffs Harbour, Dubbo,  the Blue Mountains, Paramatta, Blacktown, Campbelltown, Orange, Griffith, Broken Hill, Wentworth, Moama and Deniliquin. 

Please feel free to call or email us if you are in would like a quote including freight.

 

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