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Is Sustainable Timber Important to us?

So many builders and contractors are turning towards timber as the material of choice due to its sustainability and affect on the environment. But is timber sustainable? And what exactly make it sustainable?

For wood to be classed as sustainable, it must be harvested correctly. This involves planting trees to replace one which has been cut down. In addition to this, for your logs to be naturally sourced it’s vital that there hasn’t been any damage to the neighbouring environment in which the trees were taken from.

Here at Johnsons Timber Supplies, we are passionate about maintaining wood that has been sourced sustainably and are Forest Stewardship Council ® or PEFC™certified. We are committed to our responsibility for the environment and ensure that we source from suppliers who are certified. This ensures are timber comes from legal and sustainable sources.

Founded in 1993, the Forest Stewardship Council ®was established to promote responsible management of the world’s forests. In 1999, the Programme for the Endorsement of Forest Certification followed the Forest Stewardship Council ® to promote forest sustainable management through certification. Achieving certification from these councils was vital for our company to deliver to customers a great range of sustainable products.

Here at Johnsons Timber Supplies Ltd, we stock a comprehensive range of quality Timber and other related products. Whatever your requirements, we are able to cut and supply timber to match your needs with our machining and cutting services.

So next time you make a purchase at Johnsons Timber Supplies, ask us about our passion for delivering a high level of sustainability to our customers!You can visit our timber yard in Birmingham, where you can view our range of products and talk to our staff directly about your needs and requirements!


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