Oak Sleepers

Being both durable and tough, oak hardwood sleepers are a versatile and cost effective choice for a wide range of landscaping projects. Sawn in our own mills oak sleepers come in a range of sizes and lengths to suit your project.


Oak hardwood


UK and France


1.8mt up to 3.0mt



Oak Sleepers Features

Whether you are building a retaining wall, creating a raised bed or even making rustic furniture, natural untreated oak sleepers are a versatile and cost effective solution. Oak is tough and will last for many years when left outside.
Oak sleepers are rustic and will include knots, splits and odd worm holes. The sleepers will mostly have straight edges but there will be bark on some corners. Being a natural product the oak may vary in colour and some faces may be grey when supplied.
You can buy oak sleepers  individually or in full packs for a discounted price. We hold large stocks but during busy periods, there may be a delay while we cut your order.
Oak sleeper sizes available
90 x 180mm
100 x 200mm
125 x 225mm
150 x 150mm
150 x 200mm

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Oak sleepers from Vastern Timber

  • British / European oak
  • Legal and well-managed forests in England, Wales and France
  • Supplied by Vastern Timber (sales@vastern.co.uk)
  • Grade: Rustic. Allowing unlimited knots and splits. Sap and wane acceptable on corners. Some faces may be grey.
  • Lengths: 1.8mt, 2.1mt, 2.4mt, 2.7mt, 3.0mt
  • Dimensions: 90x180mm, 100x200mm, 125x225mm, 150x200mm
  • Supplied fresh sawn
  • Durability EN350-2 Moderately Durable. Class 3
  • Supplied untreated


The colour of oak is quite variable, ranging between pale yellow and dark brown. The surface of the sleepers is rough sawn. Ends will be trimmed but lengths will not be exact.

Oak sleepers will contain knots, surface splits and odd worm holes. There is no limit to defects providing the sleeper is sound. Because oak sleepers are of a lower grade, they are not suitable for structural applications.

When left outside the colour of the oak sleepers will change to a silver-grey.

Working properties
Oak sleepers are hard and will require pre-drilling.

Oak contains tannic acid, which will corrode ferrous metals. All fixings used in conjunction with oak sleepers must be stainless steel. Tannic acid will stain any porous materials below the oak sleepers.


While the utmost care has been taken to provide accurate information, Vastern Timber shall not be held responsible for any consequences arising from any errors or omissions on this website nor for any damages resulting from the use of the information.

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