Wood Experts

WOODEXPERTS

Specialist Timber Consultancy and Training since 1991

T: +44(0)1677 427 273
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E: info@woodexperts.com

Woodexperts is now the "go-to" organisation for all that's best in wood knowledge: combining high quality technical knowledge on Timber and Wood-Based Products and Processes with many years of real-world practical experience in solving problems and putting things right.

 

Woodexperts provide Technical and Training Solutions for the Timber and Construction industries. We are an independent consultancy practice founded and run by an experienced Wood Scientist and technical building consultant.

Woodexperts can provide all the help you need to solve any technical timber problems, or meet training requirements for your staff.

What We Do

Bespoke Training

Woodexperts offer efficient, targeted training for your staff, helping them to learn exactly what you want them to learn,

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Expert Witness

TFT Woodexperts Ltd can provide Expert Witness Reports and site investigations that are essential to pursuing a successful claim.

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Heritage Woodwork

Woodexperts' personnel have over 75 years of combined experience in the field of heritage woodwork and historic timber structures.

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Some Of Our Clients

Francis J Irvine & Co.
Hanson Plywood Ltd
IAS Dundee Ltd
Carson McDowell LLP
Black's Solicitors
Llewellyn Jones
SIG Roofing
Ridgeons Timber
DAC Beachcroft LLP
Berrymans Lace Mawer
SM Roofing Supplies
Timbmet
Stronachs
BSW Timber Ltd
Jakes & Co.
John Sisk & Son
G E Robinson

Latest News

Woodexperts help put historic property on the right path

Timber technologists from Woodexperts were recently asked to assess a historic end-grain woodblock pavement at the Grade 1 Listed Sezincote House in the Cotswolds.

It's thought that the pavement dates from Victorian times, though it may have been a rebuild of an earlier pavement which was original to the house when it built in 1805. The pavment is made oak paviors, end-grain uppermost, to maximise resistance to wear - and they seem to be doing the job after well over a century of use!

The house itself is beautiful and fascinating, a striking 'mock Indian' residence. It was, however, built entirely by local stonemasons and craftsmen, not imported Indian craftspeople. The design used paintings of earlier Mughal architecture as a guide (think the Taj Mahal and you're on the right lines) and it is unique in the UK.