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Engineered Timber

Gallery Image: Close up of engineered timber alternating grain.
Gallery Image: Close Up of Finger Joints in Engineered Timber
Gallery Image: Close Up of Finger Joints in Engineered Timber

Engineered timber is composed of flawless cuts of solid European Redwood, which are then glued, compressed and laminated together in a pattern of alternating wood grains. Through this process, a single structural member can be manufactured with no imperfections or weak spots. Furthermore, the alternating-grain pattern ensures that Engineered Timber is always pulling against itself, preventing the warping and bowing associated with solid timber and resulting in a product that, if properly maintained, will last a lifetime.

As Engineered Timber is made from finger jointed sections of solid timber, there is no need to source an entirely flawless piece of wood. There is also 25% less waste when compared with solid timber, meaning that Engineered Timber is both more sustainable and more environmentally friendly.



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