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PEFC & FSC Certification

Timber is a superb material. Light, yet strong. Infinitely versatile and with a natural warmth and beauty, it is still our most valuable construction material.

All the timber used by Wyckham Blackwell are from managed forestry facilities, where replantation programmes ensure replenishment of new trees long before harvested timber has reached the end of its life cycle.

Add to this effective preservative treatment, which significantly extends its service life and timber becomes the natural choice.

 

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    Click here to download our PEFC Certification     Click here to download our FSC Certificate
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  •   It was a pleasure to deal with your designer who dealt with our project.  
    Shaw Brothers - September 2015

  •   They were a perfect fit very pleased.  
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  •   I have always found Wyckham Blackwell to be very helpful and efficient.  
    John Brannigan - Beneficial Contracts - January 2017

  •   Delighted with the service and the price.  
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  •   The service was great and the product was great.  
    Nick Cushing - February 2016

  •   Always a good service  
    Court (Warwickshire) Ltd -October 2015

  •   The service was excellent. As they say, everything it said on the tin! Delivered on time, the driver was brilliant, the plans came laminated, great for showing where the metal web Easi-joists went. Thank you to all your team made our lives easier.   
    P McCone -Vale Pride Ltd- August 2017

  •   They fitted like a glove, will be in touch for our next job.  
    Mike • Purchase Surveying Director B.E Barker Builders - September 16

  •   A real pleasure to deal with and the speed it was sorted and delivered was spectacular.  
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  •   Excellent service very pleased.  
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  •   Innovative design and flexible service.  
    Ian Jamieson - November 2016