A firring is a thin strip of timber (or ‘ batten ’) that has been cut along its length diagonally so that it tapers, with one end deeper than the other. Firrings are used in the construction of flat roofs to create a fall, ensuring that water runs to the lower side.
QMG Variable Size: 47mm x 100mm
C24 47mm x 100mm Per M1 Regularised Treated Sawn Timber
C24 high strength graded timber joists, often specified by architects and used in building projects where premium strength is required. Length of sawn and treated timber, regularised to a consistent size, with eased edges for easier handling, and strength graded to C24.