We produce timber for construction using tight-grained sub-alpine firs and spruces, which exhibit a particularly beautiful grain direction due to slow-growth at a predetermined location.
Thanks to our work process, you will obtain long-lasting, smooth, and low-movement timber. Our method of producing long-lasting timber construction conforms to the craftsmanship tradition with which our ancestors created wooden structures. The same buildings lasted 500+ years of age without the use of preservatives.
For finishing materials: Sycamore Maple, Birch, Oak, Ash, Spruce, Fir, Pear, Beech, Walnut, Alder, Linden, Pine, Cherry, Swiss Stone Pine, Larch, as well as elm and locust trees.
We exclusively cut our finishing materials from butt logs and secondary tree trunk parts, which have been harvested at the right time in winter.
Wood Types: Spruce/Fir, Larch, Swiss stone pine
lateral with tongue and groove
Thicknesses: 18 mm
40 mm as standardized fire-resistant formwork as per DIN
Wood Types: Spruce/Fir, Larch
a) planed, profiled:
• smooth edged
• tongue and groove with chamfer (NFF)
• Cuff profile, weather protection
b) rough cut
Widths: 6–22 cm
Lengths: 1–2.5 m, 3–5 m, 1–5 m
(Planning Qualities), 2–5 m (rough cut)
Thicknesses: 18 and 24 mm, 32 mm