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Timber for construction

Timber for roofing

The dimensions of the rafters depend on the slope of the roof, the distance between the support points of the rafters, the design load of the roof and the distance between the rows of rafters.

Kiln dry 16-20%

Most common timber in constructions is dried (16-20% of moisture) timber. Timber that was dried in technical way is stable, can withstand heavy loads, is a lot more lasting and resistant to decay, mold and fungus.

Freshly cut timber

Fresly cutl timber is unprocessed timber used as a constructional material; it includes all kinds of boards, girders, battens, rafters, beams, etc.

Treated-impregnated timber

Impregnated timber is processed by antiseptics in order to protect it from parasites, fungus and to make timber more lasting.

Timber for carpenters

Professionally kiln dry 8-12%

Timber products are sensitive for humidity variations. When environment is very humid, timber begins to swell. If there is a very low humidity, timber dries, shrinks, cracks and distorts.

Calibrated dry 8-12% timber

Calibrated timber – this is some of the wood produced furniture, glued panels, building materials, wooden parts (planks, beams, etc.), trimmed of the four sides of the special planing machine.

Glued panels

The glued panels are mostly used for the facades (doors) of flat-pack furniture, countertops, or for indoor fixtures of buildings (doors, their frames, stairs).

Timber panels/skirtings

Interior timber claddings are high quality, because pine timber is carefully selected at first and only then processed in sawmills.