Road closures next week
The B4234 Walford Road will be closed for resurfacing from Walford School vicinity to Coughton Corner from Monday 29th July to Friday 2nd August from 9am to 5pm each day. Access to Walford Timber from Ross-on-Wye during the closure will be via the Hom Green Road (accessed via Archenfield Road) which comes out at Walford Church, or via the A40 dual carriageway and Kerne Bridge. We will be open as usual, as well as running a full delivery service.

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Congratulations to Tony

20th June 2019

Last week we celebrated Tony Fletcher’s 25 years of continuous service at Walford Timber. Tony joined the company as a 26 year old and has seen many changes in his time here. Tony… Read more

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We won!

15th April 2019

Walford Timber has won the Treated Wood Trader of the Year award at last week’s Wood Protection Association awards. This award recognises our outstanding approach to customer… Read more

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We’re finalists in the WPA Awards

4th April 2019

We’ve been announced as finalists in the 2019 Wood Protection Awards (WPA). The WPA is a technical and advisory organisation dedicated to improving the performance and value of… Read more

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High Performance Pressure Treated Timber

6th December 2018

Timber is such a versatile, natural and economical material for fencing and landscaping projects. At WALFORD Timber we add a tried and tested preservative protection that will… Read more

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Give your garden an MOT this Autumn

1st October 2018

Give your fence the star treatment If you want to extend the life of your fencing it can often be significantly improved with the regular application of timber treatment. We… Read more

Case Studies

Composite Decking

13th September 2018

About This Case Study Completed by Graham Peates and his team at GP Construction and Renovation Ltd, this stunning composite decking installation perfectly compliments a new build… Read more

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Need Help Tidying the Garden?

1st September 2018

In our opinion you can’t beat buying direct from a manufacturer like ourselves. Look for high grade timber from a sustainable source that’s pressure treated rather than dipped to… Read more

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