Our Timber

LAMINATED RECTANGULAR LOGS

CONSTRUCTION BEAMS

  • For our glued timber we use Northern coniferous species (whitewood and redwood) from northern regions. Short northern summer makes these types of wood strong, dense and moisture-resistant with small tight knots. These qualities are valued in wooden architecture.
  • Only legally harvested, high-quality and ecologically pure wood is used for our glued timber beams. The whole production chain of wood delivery “from supplier to user” is FSC certified «Forest Stewardship Council»®. FSC (code NC-COC-014254, NC-CW-014254, license code FSC-C003513)
  • Our equipment allows to manufacture strong beams up to 44 ft long.
  • Production technologies comply with European certificates BM TRADA EN 14080:2013 № 0672-CPR-0633, MPA Stuttgart – Otto-Graf-Institut (FMPA) EN 14081:2005+А1:2011 № 1224-CPD-0258 and strength standards GL24h, GL28h.
  • The lamella segments obtained after sorting and optimization are glued with water-resistant melamine glue. The glue has hygiene certificates and frost-resistance test certificates.
  • After jointing into 39/44 foot beams the lamella segments are pressed together into semi-finished beams of appropriate diameter.
  • Today we provide glued timber of 40 cross-section sizes.
  • The products are present on markets of the USA, Canada, Italy, Germany, Austria, Belgium, Hungary, Poland.
  • The annual production volume of glued timber exceeds 2 000 000 cubic feet.

TOP 5 ADVANTAGES OF ECOHOUSEMART TIMBER:

  • Highest quality of facial surfaces that do not require additional processing
  • Strict compliance with production standards in accordance with the requirements of EN 14080:2013 № 0672-CPR-0633.
  • High adhesion strength.
  • High stability and dimensional accuracy, stable geometric shapes.
  • Environmentally friendly.
Note: Due to differences in personal preferences and requirements, the following items are not included in our packages: foundation, basement support post, any masonry items, plumbing and heating materials, electrical materials, kitchen cabinets or countertops, finish flooring, stains or finishes, roof insulation for log packages, nails, and miscellaneous items, such as flashing and vents.

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