C16 & C24 Timber

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Our C16 & C24 timber joists are kiln dried to minimise the amount of moisture in the wood. C16 is the most commonly used form of timber, commonly used in internal construction such as floors, walls and roof joists is not only cost effective but also has the strength and properties such as bending, compression and density required for construction.

C16 and C24 timber are two commonly used types of timber in construction. C16 and C24 are grades of timber, based on the following factors: Knots Splits along the grain The slope of the grain Woodworm holes C16 timber is a frequently used type of timber in the United Kingdom, prized for its strength, density, and compression. It is often used in internal construction projects, such as roof joists, walls, and flooring. This type of timber is typically cost-effective, even though it may have some flaws, such as grain deviations, sap stains, and uneven surfaces, that may affect its strength. On the other hand, C24 timber is a high-quality, top-tier timber that is considered one of the strongest types available. It shares some similarities with C16 timber, such as being kiln-dried to reduce moisture content. However, C24 timber typically has fewer defects and blemishes, making it a more resilient and attractive option for visible applications. Due to its superior quality, C24 timber is usually more expensive than C16 timber.

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