Maintenance & Treatment

Wood is a natural material, growing and adapting depending on weather conditions. Large and small cracks, colour tone differences and changes, as well as a changing structure of wood are not errors, but a result of wood growing and a peculiarity of wood as a natural material.

Unprocessed wood becomes greyish after having been left untouched for a while, and can be turn blue and become mouldy. Treating wood with a preservative effectively protects against wood-destroying fungi, insects and wood rot. Therefore, we recommend using our product treatment service. Treating means that you do not have to treat surfaces with an oil primer and undercoat. Depending on the product type we are able to treat the products in different ways. Read more about dipping, painting and pressure treatment.

We recommend that you cover the floor boards in advance with a colourless wood impregnation agent, especially the bottom sides of the boards, to which you will no longer have access when the house is assembled. Only this will prevent moisture penetration.

We definitely recommend that you also process the doors and windows with a wood impregnation agent, and do that namely both inside and outside! Otherwise the doors and windows can become twisted.

After the product assembly is completed, we recommend for the conclusive finishing a weather protection paint that will protect wood from moisture and UV radiation.

When painting, use high quality tools and paints, follow the paint application manual and manufacturer’s safety and usage instructions. Never paint a surface in strong sunlight or rainy weather. Consult a specialist regarding paints suitable for unprocessed softwood and follow the paint manufacturer’s instructions.

Having been properly painted, your product’s lifetime will increase substantially. We recommend that you inspect the house thoroughly once every six months.

For more information on treatment in general and treatment options of particular products, please contact our resellers or our sales team.

 

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