What is Thermowood?
Thermowood® is a a heat treated timber, suitable for internal and external applications. Thermowood® is strengthened by a unique curing process. This is a natural process which uses only heat and steam - no chemical additives are used. This unique process makes Thermowood®dimensionally stable, resistant to decay and resin free.
Furthermore, It can be used inside or outdoors, in any climate. Dark brown in colour throughout, Thermowood® has all the character and warmth you would come to expect from real timber. If left untreated the colour will turn a silver-grey. Or, treatment can be easily applied for colour protection. Made from carefully selected Northern Scandinavian Redwood (Pinus Sylvestris).
- conservation areas to give traditional appeal
- over-cladding and lightweight rainscreen
- new build and renovation including fascia/soffit
- modern construction methods (steel, timber frame or concrete)
- barn conversion or decorative finish to industrial units
- Louvres and Brise Solei
- park homes, garden offices
- suits on/off site installation
Standard Cladding Profiles
Our standard stock profiles are below. We can supply bespoke profiles to suit any project. Get in touch with us today for a quote.
How is Thermowood® Processed?
Thermowood® is thermally optimised to remain stable and durable. This unique process uses only heat (ranging from 190-212°C) and steam. Thermowood® is completely natural and free from chemical additives.
This organic approach respects the natural properties of wood, whilst permanently enhancing it’s natural qualities. The quality of Thermowood® production is strictly monitored by an independent party.
How is Thermowood® Sourced?
The timber used to produce Thermoood® is grown in Finnish forests which are fully certified under the Finnish Forestry Certification System (FFC) and Pan European Forestry Certification (PEFC). As such, you can be sure Thermoood® is sourced from well managed and sustainable forests. View the video below for an exclusive insight in to the production process and facilities.