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Edwards Cheshire - English Wych Elm

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Though there are a number of FSC-accredited tropical hardwoods, SCIN recognises the beauty in our own British woodlands. SCIN believes it is reckless to suggest bamboo is more sustainable than our own coppiced woods. Wych elm, the Georgian alternative to oak, is a truly beautiful timber, with its burrs and knots. This particular one is grown and felled in managed woodland in the English borders
This is not preselected timber, so it is wide-ranging in character. The timber is suitable for both structural and decorative floorboards. Board sizes range from 120 x 50mm to 220 x 50mm width, and
2,500mm length x 21mm depth, with a square shoulder, tongue-and-groove profile

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