LIST OF TREE SPECIES
This wood comes from deciduous trees of the genus Shorea, which grows mainly in Malaysia and Indonesia. It is the current trend in the production of our wood joinery. It comes in many varieties, including the most popular – a red one (often mistaken for mahogany) and a white one. White Meranti is chosen and selected by hand, from one specific region in tropical Asia. It is called Philippine mahogany. It is resistant to moisture and reaches very good thermal insulation parameters and acoustic ones. It has highly distinctive features of of wood, which gives it a unique character. It perfectly combines functionality and durability with aesthetics and elegance. Due to its parameters and functional properties, it is increasingly becoming the number one choice in the production of internal and external doors and windows. For whom: The windows of Meranti, is the choice for those seeking a combination of exotic aesthetics, with high quality and durability of products, at an affordable price. The average wood density: 590kg/m3
OAK This wood has become a symbol of durability, strength and solidity. It is classified as being a precious species, with impressive durability and strength. Its qualities were already appreciated in ancient times. The colours of oak are intense brown, in a large number of hue gradations. Under the influence of sunlight, it gets slightly darker and gains depth. A large interest in this species results from not only high durability, but also an interesting structure. It combines elegance with great availability. It does not deform and is not subject to biological corrosion. Even without being impregnated, it is resistant to pests. For whom: Oak is a tree for people with ecological inclinations who value natural micro climate and interior aesthetics, and want to enjoy good windows for many years. It is well-suited for both traditional and modern interiors. The average wood density: 850kg/m3.
PINE The most popular coniferous species used in the production of wooden joinery, pine wood is durable, robust and easy to manufacture. Because of its availability and price, it is often chosen by consumers. It is a species with a high tolerance to environmental factors and temperature. It adapts perfectly to extreme climate conditions and its high resin content, makes it resistant to moisture. Easy impregnation allows it darken sufficiently to achieve a natural-looking light yellow tint, while maintaining the visibility of the wood grain. For whom: For strong lovers of this species who value high quality at an affordable price. The average wood density: 450kg/m3
In Latin, Sapele means spirituality, healing and growth. This exotic African wood is esteemed, especially for the beautiful structure of the “grain”. Regular and simple fiber and color, which are characteristic of mahogany, give it a very elegant character. And a little lemon fragrance brings freshness to the interior. It is distinguished by noble brown-red color, characteristic for mahogany. Emerging slightly orange abrasions give originality. A characteristic feature of the products from this tree is the increased resistance of coatings to external factors and mechanical damage. For whom: It will delight customers who appreciate original colour and attractive wood grain rings. It is well-suited to the manufacture of windows of larger dimensions. The average wood density: 670kg/m3
The king of monsoon forests. It is considered as one of the noblest and most durable wood species. This wood, which comes from Asia, is characterized by high resistance and a waxy sheen thanks to its high content of natural oils and silica. This makes it resistant to dirt. It will meet the demands of changing weather conditions as well. When exposed to moisture or low temperatures, it will not lose its properties. It is characterized by a large variety of colours, from yellow through to red, to dark brown, often with single, black rings. The diverse colours and interesting arrangement of rings, gives the finished products an impressive appearance For whom: The windows of teak, is the ideal choice for people, who above all, value durability and practicality while paying attention to aesthetics. The average wood density: 640-750kg/m3
This wood, which is pleasing to the eye, owes its origin to mystical and tropical Africa. The term Iroko means: A man of success who is independent, fulfilled, and hard working on the ground. This is hard wood, slightly greasy to the touch, with a wide variety of colours. It is dominated by warm shades of brown with the possibility of a yellow-grey colour, gold-brown or olive-brown. Under the influence of atmospheric conditions, it can deepen its colour. Very good resistance to weathering and insects, allows you to manufacture reliable windows and exterior doors from it. Resistance to water and pests can be achieved thanks to natural protective oils. For whom: Iroko wood is for those who appreciate a combination of nobility and durability with rich colors The average wood density: 660kg/m3
AMERICAN WALNUT It only grows in North America. It is a noble, very hard and durable wood species, resistant to damage, and is resilient. Large, artistic wood graining and original colours also impress with aesthetics. Its decorative qualities must also be appreciated because of the variety of colors. American walnut has a wide range of colours – from bright to beautiful dark chocolate brown. In addition to this, it produces a corrugated fiber look that makes this wood attractive. Good technical parameters combined with the unique aesthetic qualities make American walnut an extremely attractive raw material. For whom: For lovers of both exclusive solutions and exotic wood species. The average wood density: 600kg/m3