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Decking moves with the times
17 April, 2018
Janet Sycamore from the Timber Decking & Cladding Association reports on the longevity of the decking market and the rise of wood plastic composites
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Gardeners’ world 21 March, 2018 Last year presented some challenges for manufacturers of garden products but they are optimistic for 2018. Sally Spencer reports
A tale of two winters 21 March, 2018 While the late and sudden onset of winter has hampered trade in the UK, the colder weather has eased log extractions and access to raw material from supplying countries. Jerry Wilson reports
Best of Both Worlds 21 March, 2018 Plastic has long been viewed as one of timber’s enemies in the fight for sales of building products.
Expert help 21 March, 2018 Leisha Marlow tells TTJ what she most enjoys about working in the timber industry and Daltons Wadkin deploys its Red Team
Close ties 21 March, 2018 Sweden’s timber exports are growing around the world but the country says it is not going to forget the UK as one of its key focus markets, reports Stephen Powney
In the frame 14 March, 2018 Balustrades continue to complement and enhance garden decking. Sally Spencer reports
Industry Shapes Ecobuild 26 February, 2018 Ecobuild is under new ownership this year and there is a renewed focus on timber
It’s an ill wind… 26 February, 2018 Wood Technology Society board member Andrew True looks at the impact storms and wind-throw timber can have on the market
Raising the Roof 26 February, 2018 To say that the Trussed Rafter Association has had a busy year would be an understatement. New publications, recognition and a new website show it is seeking to stay one step ahead. Stephen Powney reports
It’s a wrap 26 February, 2018 Timber and wood-based cladding is not only growing in popularity, but diversity too. Mike Jeffree reports
Fire Safety Front and Centre 26 February, 2018 The timber treatment and cladding sectors are responding to challenges raised by the Grenfell tragedy, writes Wood Protection Association technical director Gordon Ewbank
Reducing the waste line 26 February, 2018 Stuart Nicholson, sales director - roof systems at Marley Eternit, discusses developments in the roofing batten industry and the impact the wider issue of timber supply is having on the market

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