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From the Desk of the Founders and Firm Partners

Rooted in Tradition, Branching into the Future

To Our Esteemed Community,

 As the founders and partners of Bharath Timbers and Bhyraweshwara Timbers, we find immense joy and pride in sharing the story of our journey with you. From our inception in 1975, our path has been paved with dedication, a deep respect for nature, and a commitment to ethical practices.

Our Founding Ethos
The seed for our company was sown with a simple yet powerful vision: to supply the finest, legally-sourced, seasoned teak and rosewood. Our ethos has always been about more than just business; it’s about honoring the gifts of nature and passing on a legacy of quality and sustainability.
Our Collective Mission
Together, as a team of passionate individuals, we embarked on a mission to not just trade timber, but to create a story with every log we supplied. We envisioned a future where each piece of timber from Bharath Timbers and Bhyraweshwara Timbers carries the hallmark of excellence, ethical sourcing, and a piece of our shared heritage.
Reflecting on Our Journey
This journey has been as enriching as the timber we trade. Starting from our roots in Hunsur, rich in timber history, we have grown to become a name that resonates with trust across South India. Our growth has been akin to the trees we cherish – slow yet strong, with each ring symbolizing a year of perseverance, learning, and success.
Our Commitment to the Future
As we continue on this path, our commitment to our values remains unshaken. We stand dedicated to innovating, evolving, and ensuring that each piece of timber we deliver is a testament to our respect for the environment and our customers. The future we envision is one where our legacy of quality and sustainability continues to flourish.

We extend our heartfelt gratitude to you for being a part of our journey. Your trust, support, and partnership have been instrumental in shaping our past and will continue to be the foundation of our future. Together, let’s continue to build a world that values and preserves the beauty of nature’s offerings.

 “With deepest appreciation and forward-looking enthusiasm, The Founders and Partners”

Timber Tales: Your Guide to Choosing Wisely

Choosing the Right Timber: A Guide to Quality and Sustainability

When selecting timber for your home or project, it’s crucial to make informed decisions. Here’s why seasoned, old, and legally sourced timber should be your go-to choice:

Why Not Unseasoned or Young Timber?

Risk of Warping and Shrinkage: Unseasoned timber, still rich in moisture, is prone to warping and shrinking, compromising the structural integrity of your project  .

Decreased Durability: With higher moisture content, unseasoned timber is more susceptible to rot, decay, and insect infestation  .

Safety Hazards: Unseasoned timber, particularly when used for burning, poses a risk due to inefficient burning and higher smoke production, which can be hazardous .

The Superiority of Seasoned and Aged Timber

Enhanced Strength and Stability: Seasoned wood, having lower moisture content, is stronger and more stable, reducing risks of warping or structural failure  .

Longevity: Aged timber, especially those over 50 years, has stood the test of time, offering unparalleled durability and resistance to wear

Aesthetic Appeal: Seasoned wood often has a unique character and richer grain patterns, adding aesthetic value to your projects .

Legal and Ethical Considerations

Peace of Mind: Legally procured timber ensures that your wood complies with environmental and forestry laws, giving you peace of mind and avoiding legal issues.

Support Sustainable Practices: Choosing legally sourced timber promotes sustainable forestry practices, contributing to environmental conservation.

How to Identify High-Quality Seasoned Wood

Color and Odor: Seasoned wood tends to be darker and has a subtle musty smell, unlike the fresh scent of unseasoned timber .

Texture and Weight: It feels smoother and lighter due to reduced inner moisture.

Moisture Content: Ideally, seasoned wood should have a moisture content of 20% or less .

Final Thoughts: Don’t Compromise on Quality

Cost vs. Quality: While unseasoned or lesser-quality timber may seem cost-effective initially, it can lead to higher expenses in repairs and replacements.

Invest in Longevity: Choosing seasoned, aged, and legally sourced timber is an investment in the longevity and success of your project.

Look for Forest Department Grading: Timber graded and approved by the forest department ensures that you are getting the best quality wood, suitable for your specific needs.

“Selecting the right timber is not just a choice; it’s an investment in quality, sustainability, and peace of mind. Choose wisely, choose quality.”

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