At Castle Timbers, we firmly believe that “Your home is your castle.

That’s why when we launched our shelving business back in 2009, we made a commitment to working only with the best materials. Over the years, our exceptional quality and customer service has made Castle Timbers a household name – in Southern Africa and now beyond, as we also ship our products globally.

Castle Timbers Warehouse in Retreat, Cape Town

Don’t just take our word for it though. Countless homes, schools, public buildings, and private businesses have purchased and installed our 100% kiln-dried SA pine shelving products over the years, with many of them repeat customers. 

Because we are a division of the MTO Group, we have direct access to sustainably sourced and high-grade resources. This makes all the difference in how we manufacture and remain price competitive, as well as supporting our contribution to the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals. When you buy Castle Timbers shelving products you are also making that commitment to safeguarding the planet.

Lumber bundles wrapped with MTO Group labels

Your castle comfort

In life, the only constant is change. As the world around you and your needs shift, we will grow with you. From our head office in Cape Town, we are continually innovating and creating new designs and products to suit the different aspects and stages of your home, office, and business journey, to ensure that your place will always be your castle.

You can buy directly from our website or via takealot. Our products can also be found in Brights Hardware Stores and Chamberlain Hardware stores. Our team are all highly trained, friendly, and only too willing to help answer any questions you may have. 

Lumber stacks arriving at Castle Timbers in Retreat

About MTO Group 

The MTO Group is a diversified, triple bottom line business, operating from mountain to ocean, that is reshaping and transforming the timber and agri-landscape of Southern Africa responsibly and sustainably. The Group has interests in forestry (pine and eucalyptus plantations), agriculture, manufacturing, energy, ecotourism, and integrated learning. It operates in the Western Cape, Eastern Cape and Mpumalanga provinces.