210 days ago

NEW HOURS ⏰ NEW PRODUCTS πŸ› CHRISTMAS HOURS πŸŽ„

Jane Freeman from Timberline Contracting Ltd

⏰ For all our early bird customers and hardworking tradies, our new hours are...

7.30am - 5.00pm Weekdays

With our weekend hours staying the same...

8.00am - 2.00pm Saturdays
Closed Sundays

πŸ› We are also now stocking...

40kg Cement Bags
20kg Cement Bags
& No.1 Sand

Ask our friendly staff for more details.
πŸ“ž 0800 FOR WOOD
πŸ“88 Ararimu Road, Ramarama (next to the motorway)
🌍 www.timberlinecontracting.co.nz...

πŸŽ„ CHRISTMAS HOURS 2019

Open Mon 23rd & Tues 24th Dec 8am – 5pm

Closed 25th Dec CHRISTMAS DAY

Open Thurs 26th, Fri 27th & Sat 28th Dec 8am – 2pm

Closed Sunday 29th

Open Monday 30th & Tues 31st Dec 8am – 2pm

Closed NEW YEARS Wed 1st & Thurs 2nd Jan

Open Fri 3rd & Saturday 4th 8am – 2pm

Resume back to normal hours 06/01/19
⏰ 7.30am-5.00pm Weekdays, 8am-2pm Saturdays

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