Larch grows all over the world, but Siberian Larch has been known for thousands of years as a very special wood. Its remarkable qualities and unique performance characteristics have led to it being referred to as Tree of Eternity.
Venice itself is standing on Siberian Larch, where Larch logs were driven into the silt, and the city was built on top. Venice still stands today after hundreds of years sitting on top of an incredibly rot resistant timber.
In the climate conditions of Siberia, only the strongest species can survive. Siberian Larch (Larix sibirica) – has been adapted perfectly to the harsh climate, which is why it is highly prized among builders as a material for interior and exterior decoration of the construction.
Siberian larch has become a very important and valuable material in the European timber market. Consumers appreciate this type of wood because of its hardness and density, biological resistance to the impact of extreme external conditions.
GREAT DIMENSIONAL STABILITY
HIGH LEVEL OF DENSITY & HARDNESS
RESISTANCE TO ROTTING & TEMPERATURE CHANGES
AESTHETICALLY PLEASING LIGHT GOLD BROWN COLOR