Unilog Pro - Log Edging
Unilog Pro timbers have been manufactured from specifically selected pine species to optimise preservative uptake providing the perfect solution for landscaping projects.
Unilog Pro timbers have been specified and installed in some of the most prestigious and innovative projects throughout the UK. These include holiday & leisure parks, restaurant chains, schools, and local authorities.
The machine-rounded timbers offer an attractive, practical, flexible, and cost-effective solution.
Our timbers are available in a range of sizes and material grades to meet a variety of retaining applications. When used in accordance with our TRADA (Timber Research and Development Association) installation recommendations these landscaping timbers will provide years of service. Available with a 15 or 30 years desired service life warranty. All grades of timber are treated in accordance with British standard BS8417.
It is important when using timber for retaining walls, that the structure is fit for purpose and will give long life. Whether the project is retaining earth, water or other materials Unilog Pro is properly treated for long life, using a sustainably sourced timber that offers a cost-effective solution for projects.
Timber, being a natural product, blend in with the surrounding environment and provides a durable natural retaining barrier. The material is easy to work with and offers the flexibility to meet a variety of landscaping design requirements.
All Unilog Pro timbers are pressure treated in accordance with BS8417 using Impra wood preservative and bespoke lengths up to 5800mm with a maximum diametre of 300mm are available.
M&M Timber Unilog landscape timbers are FSC Certified and are backed by the independent WPA Benchmark accreditation. The WPA benchmark scheme relates specifically to the durability (resistance to biological degradation) of wood treated with preservatives by an industrial impregnation process. It applies specifically to a treated product such as a post. Products certificated under this scheme are verified as being compliant with BS8417, the wood preservation code of practice.