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Depends what you want it for I suspect.

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5 hours ago, asperity said:

Depends what you want it for I suspect.

Treated for outside use, up to 4M (12/13ft) x 150 x 150mm (6inch)

                                                      4M x 125 (4inch) x 45mm

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beesley and fyldes .

I got some some treated tongue and groove to make two large gates for my yard not too long back from there.

They treated it for me all i had to do was arrange to get it picked up.

Wasn't from the warrington branch though think i had to go to the wigan branch  as the warrington branch did not do the treatment.

was 4" x 1/2 " (100 mm x 10mm) tongue and groove  also got some 3" x 3". all cut to length and treated if you need it.

for two 6ft x6ft gates i think it cost about £200.

worth looking them up on the internet to check.

 

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At those sorts of lengths your not going to pick it up yourself and you'll need to have it delivered.

When I was building my extension a couple of years back I just ordered the stuff on line.

The large suppliers offer the biggest range, give the best prices and have a network of local depots.

 

Bill :)

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On 2/28/2020 at 6:40 PM, asperity said:

Depends what you want it for I suspect.

Remember the place at the top of Grammar School Rd?

A massive timber yard and even bigger than Naylors in Walton.

I worked there in the early 70's.

Oh and lived in that big house next to it 😉

epw021587 ENGLAND (1928). The Latchford High Level Bridge ...

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