Feature Timber.

 

Feature timber is a specialty timber product that has a dressed surface. It is graded principally for appearance, although its utility value can have a strength requirement. Feature is defined by characteristics such as colour, knots, burls, veins, pockets, figure, growth rings, wood grain and other markings that will differ between pieces and species, and it is this natural variation, the beautiful imperfections you don’t get in mainstream timber products, that provides the basis for feature timber and the inspiration for us at All Class Timbers; including floor boards, cladding, posts, beams and stair treads, but it also includes pieces such as slabs, burls and cross-sections.

 

Mountain Grey Gum

Mountain Grey Gum

‘Eucalyptus cypellocarpa’

Mountain Grey Gum

Mountain Grey Gum

‘Eucalyptus cypellocarpa’

Monterey Pine

Monterey Pine

‘Pinus radiata’

Monterey Pine

Monterey Pine

‘Pinus radiata’

Huge 'Old Man' Monterey Pine Section

Huge 'Old Man' Monterey Pine Section

‘Pinus radiata’

White Cedar

White Cedar

‘Melia azedarach’

Japanese Cedar

Japanese Cedar

‘Cryptomeria japonica’

Silver Wattle

Silver Wattle

‘Acacia dealbata’

Blackwood

Blackwood

‘Acacia melanoxylon’

Red Gum

Red Gum

‘Eucalyptus camaldulensis’

Australian White Cypress

Australian White Cypress

‘Callitris columellaris’

Coolabah Burl Stump

Coolabah Burl Stump

Bull Oak

Bull Oak

‘Allocasuarina luehmannii’

Bull Oak

Bull Oak

‘Allocasuarina luehmannii’

Blue Gum

Blue Gum

‘Eucalyptus saligna’

Blue Gum

Blue Gum

‘Eucalyptus saligna’

Blue Gum

Blue Gum

‘Eucalyptus saligna’

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