At Eva Timber, when we say ‘From Nature to Your Doorstep’ we really mean it. 

When it comes to building, fencing, and general construction, we are true believers that timber is the most natural, sustainable, and versatile material on the planet. 

It’s why our company ethos is to put sustainability first in everything we do. It runs through the heart of our business. It means that when you buy quality timber from us, you know it’s sourced from sustainable forests that have minimum impact on the environment. 

All the timber we import or source from homegrown regions is from forests that are certified by the Forest Stewardship Council© (FSC©) or the Programme for the Endorsement of Forest Certification. We take pride in our membership of both bodies. 

We are also a member of Timber Development UK (TDUK), an industry-standard organisation that promotes the use of timber in construction and champions its importance in achieving the Government’s Net Zero CO2 target by 2050. 

As you can see, we take sustainability extremely seriously, and our commitment to the environment begins on our own doorstep. Only recently we joined an intensive ‘Trees on Tees’ programme that will see one million new trees planted across the Tees Valley over a two-year period.  

We are taking important steps to protect healthy, resilient forests for future generations. And every customer who buys our sustainably sourced timber products do so in the knowledge they are also taking positive action to protect our vital forest eco-systems and the wider environment.


Our use of Forest Stewardship Council wood confirms the forests we source our timber from are sustainably managed and their biological diversity is preserved. FSC set the standard for responsible forestry worldwide. Read more about business and sustainably forestry here


PEFC certification provides independent recognition that the forests which provide our timber follow the best responsible management practices in line with challenging environmental, social and economic requirements. Read more about PEFC certified forests here