Slow by Nature
Finnish wood is unique. It grows in harsh conditions and reaches its visual properties and superior strength slowly – just like diamonds do.
WHY WOOD FROM FINLAND?
Finnish wood is responsible and sustainable choice for versatile end uses. Wood has been a necessary material in housebuilding, furniture, joinery and even different householding purposes like forks and spoons etc. since last centuries. Nowadays modern technology opens up a totally new world for various future installations – for excellent carbon storages.
DO YOU HAVE ENOUGH WOOD IN FINLAND?
Finland is Europe’s most forested country. More than three quarters of the total area is covered with forests. Finnish forests annually grow by 110 million cubic metres of wood and the yearly felling volumes are clearly below the annual growth.
WHAT IS THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN SPRUCE AND PINE?
Pine and spruce are the most common tree species used in construction.
There are differences between these tree species both in their visual and technical properties, and they therefore have different applications. Find more information from Timber Guide.
WHAT ARE THE SCREW HOLDING PROPERTIES OF FINNISH PINE AND SPRUCE?
This is quite a common question from furniture manufacturers. Due to the relatively high density these properties are good and both spices are use in furniture industry also in applications where screws are used.