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Being one of the oldest building materials provided by mother nature, even nowadays timber has its advantages that cannot be matched by modern materials. Its natural strength, durability and beauty are outstanding and live on in many historical buildings hundreds of years old. History demonstrates that by combining the Early Morningcorrect timber with thoughtful construction, timber structures can survive for centuries and are able to withstand the elements for years to come.

Easy to cut, shape and carve, its versatility is unbeaten. Most importantly, the warmth of the timber’s surface and the distinctive character of knots and tree-rings gives every piece its own unique beauty. The types of timber mainly used are Greenoak, Douglas fir and Larch – three of the most durable European species. Other timbers are also available.

But what about cutting down all those trees? Of course, oxygen producing trees absorb CO2, however, mature trees having reached their growth threshold, absorb far less carbon dioxide and produce less oxygen than those at earlier stages of growth. So the harvesting of older trees for construction purposes, and their replacement with saplings, ensures a constant cycle of CO2 absorption and oxygen production, and ensuring we cut down on greenhouse gases. Additionally, to maintain flora and fauna, all timber being used are from sustainable forest management.