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Facades

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Along with rock, wood is the oldest building material known to man. Facades and even bridges have been built with timber since time immemorial. Larch is a peerless raw material when confronted with pests and vermin due to its structural density and weather resistance. Untreated larch produces impressive timber elements in architecture.

Exteriors in ‘Natural Larch’ do not burden the environment or cause a negative CO2 footprint as they do not require the use of waterproofing chemicals, and when correctly processed there is no necessity to paint or impregnate.

Some of our external facade options:
4-sided smooth, rhombus panelling, tongue and groove, overlapping slat panels etc.

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