durable and resilient


The durable

Hardwood is generally defined as wood with a high fiber content and a narrow vascular structure.

Compared to coniferous wood the growth is much slower, which makes the wood denser and heavier. However, the hardness of the wood is not directly related to its resistance to pests and fungal attack. However, the mechanical strength is usually an advantage over the softer softwoods.

Hardwood is often used in high-quality furniture construction or tool making.

Our hardwood species


European Beech

(Fagus sylvatica)


American and European ash

(Fraxinus ssp.)


Red Oak

(Quercus rubra)


Hard Maple

(Acer ssp.)

Europäische Eiche

European Oak

(Quercus sspo.)



(Betula ssp.)

Do you have any questions?

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I look forward to advising and supporting you.

"For me, wood is the raw material of our work and the basis of our work."