Fillers & Putty

Fillers and putty are used to fill gaps or cracks in walls. Top brand names like Ronseal, Evo Stik, Hansil, Everbuild and more.


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  • Ronseal High Performance Wood Filler White

    Ronseal High Performance Wood Filler White

    £8.53 - £11.53 (Ex VAT)
    £10.24 - £13.84 (Inc VAT)
    White in colour, this High-Performance Wood Filler is ideal for repairing white painted wooden items without the need to paint over. Suitable for doors and windows, as well as frames and window sills, the Wood Filler is designed to cut existing wet rot,...
  • Ronseal High Performance Wood Filler Natural

    Ronseal High Performance Wood Filler Natural

    £8.53 - £11.53 (Ex VAT)
    £10.24 - £13.84 (Inc VAT)
    This Wood Filler is a high performing and incredibly tough product that repairs most types of wood damage. It is suitable for use on various parts of doors and windows, including sills and frames. The product can cure wet rot, preventing it from...

Fillers & Putty

Fillers and putty are primarily used for filling and repairing gaps and all cracks within walls (external and internal), providing structure and support. Once dried, they can be sanded, stained, varnished or painted to provide the required finish.

There are many different types of fillers and putty suitable for different applications with some being more flexible allowing for natural movement, such as those used in wood, and others providing a more solid fill.

At Howarth Timber & Building Supplies, we offer various types of Fillers such as Multi-Purpose, Expanding Foam and General Purpose options. If you are unsure which one you need, speak to one of our team at your local branch.

Frequently Asked Questions

How to use wood filler on a door frame?
To use wood filler on a door frame, start off by scraping out any flaking and splinters of paint from the damaged parts by using a wire brush. Then, it is important to soften or mix the filler as per instructions. It could involve stirring to the point of hardening, kneading until it softens, or mixing different substances until you get a similar colour. At this point, apply the ready filler on a putty knife. You will then scrape it onto the frame’s damaged area. After you’ve done that, allow a reasonable time for the filler to dry.