Wood is an organic material and can be shaped and processed individually. Wood features differ not only within tree species, but also depend on a region where a tree grows, on its age and height.
No tree is the same, and each has its own character.
When deciding which wood species to use, its cleavage, a fungal decay resistance and age of the tree has to be taken into account. Our specialist workers process wood the same way as their descendents did, with an axe and a hard knife, and of course partly with machine help. Each shingle is cleaved from the whole log separately, then carved and supplied with faze.
For elevation sheathing hand split and sawn shingles are used, usually of the same thickness with small ornament on the shingle butt. Other forms of shingles, their dimensions as well as quality requirements are specified in DIN 68119 in Standard andPrimex company Standards.
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