Think of trees as the world’s air filtration system. Every day, through photosynthesis, forests all over the globe ingest COÇ, locking in the carbon, and generating fresh oxygen. Over a year, just one acre
of forest will absorb twice the COÇ produced by an average car.
The energy used to harvest, process and deliver the timber for our roofs is extremely low. This reduces the typical embodied carbon
footprint of a timber structure. We use a state of the art wood burner, with an emissions regulator to produce energy for factory (hot water
There is no construction material available that offers more environmental benefits than timber does. Renewable, non-toxic, recyclable, bio-degradable and forests absorb CO2. Creating timber also uses far less energy than steel or aluminium.
Trees absorb most CO2 whilst they are growing, then as they age absorption declines. Each cubic metre of timber locks in about a tonne of carbon. Unless wood is either burnt or rots, the carbon remains safely stored.
Before deciding which trees to fell, our timber supplier will fly drones to identify zones that should be left alone. By leaving certain areas of
woodland undisturbed, we ensure that wildlife continues to flourish.
All timbers in our production process are sourced from companies involved in using timber from replenishable forest programmes and where 3 trees are re-planted for every one used. Harvesting and replanting forests sustainably, keeps the tree stock young and growing, which maximises the capture of carbon.
All our wood shavings are collected
and bagged up for distribution.
We supply to small local businesses
free of charge.
We use recycled materials during
production to dramatically reduce
waste to landfill. The timber mills
use everything harvested. Approximately
50% of log volume becomes sawn timber.
The rest is used by the pulp industry and
wood board industry
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