1st June 2005
reviewed our Price List with effect from today, 1st June 2005.
Whilst some prices
on the Price List have increased, we have also adjusted the way
that our database calculates the value of each board for sale*.
The result is a fairer price based on a realistic value.
How do our prices compare?
Well, we are neither the cheapest, nor the
We compare our prices with other suppiers
of hardwood timber as often as we can. This includes with (the few)
homegrown timber suppliers in Ireland, similar operaions in the
UK and importers of hardwood timber into Ireland.
We are not trying to offer the cheapest
timber in Ireland - in fact, that would be impossible. We are a
small scale operation offering "clear-conscious" homegrown
hardwood timber from sustainable Irish woodlands at the best possible
Nevertheless, we don't compare badly! For
Oak - same grade of timber
|| Irish supplier
||Large Timber importer
|Compared to our base
||35% more expensive
||4.1% more expensive
The above example would be fairly typical
of most species of timber.
As well as prices, our customers also know
that we offer one-to-one customer service and the satisfaction of
knowing exactly where their timber has come from. This is probably
why we are selling more and more timber every month. It's why we
get new customers and it's why customers come back to us.
If you would like to contact us, please e-mail
click the "Contact Us" button to the left for phone numbers
* - Our database values each piece of timber
individually by examining it's volume, species, grade, thickness,
features and moisture content. The database can carry out a complete
valuation of every piece of timber in stock in under 5 minutes.
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