Only the best quality grades of wood

The timber we use for manufacturing houses is carefully selected. We accept only A and B graded timber, and even then 25% is sorted out to ensure the best possible quality of our products. In general, C grade is also accepted in the industry. A better quality grade means less knots and a more even colour on all wooden surfaces. This will also show on surfaces treated with paint or wood stain.

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