Let us help you through the specification process
We have a team of specification representative and analysts here to assit you. Make sure the exact product you need for your project is the one that gets ordered
Seven points to cover in your Finishes Schedule:
- Product name
- Sheet size and thickness
- Colour/decor and code/finish
- Note any issues like lead times, sample needed for approval, etc
Example: Meganite installation must be by a Certified Meganite fabricator.
- ForestOne contact details, including your rep name if known
- CoC Certification
If you have an account, the fastest way to learn pricing is through your rep or with your Price List.
If you don’t have an account, fear not. We’re happy to give product information and direct you to our nearest stockists, as well as flag any potential issues (lead times, etc). As pricing varies greatly by quantity, location, and more, we advise the following steps to get a quote on your next project.
ForestOne does not sell directly to the public. For our list of preferred retailers or trade customers please check the product page or call 1300 088 066.
How to request a quote
Contact us with your project details to quickly get the information you need.
Or, find your rep and call them directly.
Welcome to our resource library! Find all of the technical information you need in one place.
From installation guides to fire ratings to SDS documents, we’ve gathered them here. You’ll find the sustainability certifications at the top followed by the documents divided by product.
Can’t find what you’re after? Call or email us for the specific details you need.
We are committed to environmental sustainability and sourcing, promoting and supplying certified forest products from legal sources wherever possible.
ForestOne has been importing timber into Australia since 1879. Australian and privately owned, ForestOne sources forest products from suppliers around the world and distributes from seven warehouses across Australia.
As a natural and potentially sustainable resource, well managed forests from which forest products are produced provide significant and measurable environmental and economic benefits to communities, regions, countries and consumers. Forestry, as the husbandry of these resources, encompasses the protection of biodiversity, maintenance of ecosystems, landscaping and watercourse protection, and also provides socioeconomic benefits to local communities.