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Dimensions and cuts

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Dimensions and cuts

Dimensions and cuts

The types and widths of wood from the basic offer:

Straight edges

  • Siberian larch: 65 mm, 90 mm, 140 mm
  • Spruce: 145 mm
  • Thermopin: 65 mm, 115 mm or 140 mm

Tongue and groove

  • Siberian larch: 120 mm, 130 mm
  • Spruce: 136mm, 138mm
  • Thermopin: 118mm, 140mm
  • Oak: 120mm, 150mm, 180mm

The thickness of the boards:

  • Siberian larch: 20 mm
  • Spruce: 19mm
  • Thermopin: 20-28 mm
  • Oak: to be determined based on current availability
  • Carbonized layer thickness: +/- 1mm

The standard dimensions of the boards: 2 m, 3 m, 3.5 m, 4 m, 5 m. At the customer’s request, we can cut the boards to the desired length but this may involve an additional waste area.

Other dimensions and types of wood are checked on individual request.

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#2

Acclimatization

Acclimatization

Facade boards made of wood, as a 100% natural and hygroscopic material, react to changing environmental conditions, which results in their work in terms of changing their dimensions with increasing or decreasing humidity in the room. ‚air. The acclimatization of the boards makes it possible to achieve a hygroscopic balance with the environment, which is why, before placing them on the facade, they should be stored at least for a few days in a dry, ventilated and covered place, arranged horizontally. at a distance of at least 20 cm from the ground. With intensive heating of the room, the humidity in the air may drop to such a low level that the boards will be dry.

Since wood is a natural material, it can cause the boards to shrink and small cracks to form between the boards. In order to minimize such influence, an air humidifier should be used. Before installing the boards, eliminate all sources of humidity to ensure a constant humidity level in the room. The walls and floors of the building must be completely dry. The storage, installation of the boards and their subsequent use must take place under optimal environmental conditions:

  • air humidity: 45-60%
  • temperature +18 ÷ 24 ° C
  • wall humidity up to 3%

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#3

CARE

CARE

Maintenance of interior planks
When cleaning and maintaining the boards, use soft, dry or slightly damp fabrics as well as products suitable for maintaining polyurethane varnishes. When maintaining finishes with a carbonized layer, it is better to use a vacuum cleaner with a flexible nozzle, being careful not to damage the decorative layer. Do not use substances that you do not know so as not to damage the boards. The recommended maintenance product is ADLER Clean Möbelpflege 96491.

Maintenance of exterior planks
Exterior wood painted or covered with a semi-transparent film should be cleaned regularly to keep surfaces clear and reduce the risk of dirt trapping moisture and accelerating rotting. The frequency of cleaning wood for exterior use is primarily dependent on the degree of dirt accumulation, microbial growth and moisture, which in turn depends on geographic location and local conditions (exposure). Use a neutral detergent to clean the wooden parts. Cleaning products containing aggressive substances, solvents or abrasives must not be used as they can damage the surface. Do not use high pressure cleaners.

Floor plank maintenance
A doormat must be placed in front of each exterior door to protect the floor against water and dirt. The furniture must be fitted with felt plates. For daily maintenance, a vacuum cleaner or a damp cloth should be used. Periodic preservation of the floor must be ensured by using products intended for the preservation of wooden floors. You must also follow the instructions on the packaging of each product. Always wipe the floor immediately until all traces of moisture are removed. Storage with the use of water is strictly prohibited! It is also forbidden to use scouring products as they could damage the carbonized layer.

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#4

Maintenance

Maintenance

Wood siding exhibits a variety of natural characteristics which vary depending on the exposure environment and can cause minor siding imperfections. At least once a year, the coated panels should be inspected for signs of surface damage or cracks, coating degradation or discoloration of the wood surface under the coating, indicating moisture infiltration. . Inspect and clean gutters and downspouts. Repair leaks, which can cause localized and excessive wetting of the siding.

Since repaired areas may appear brighter, the entire panel or a fragment of the wall may be covered to maintain color consistency. If regular maintenance is delayed or if other damage has occurred, additional steps may be necessary to restore the coating to its original condition. Preventive rather than reactive maintenance will ensure that the coating is always protected, extend its life and help reduce lifetime maintenance costs.

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#5

Appearance

Appearance

The boards without a charred layer, burnt and brushed, which highlights the natural structure and grain of the wood. After brushing, the boards have the color of dark brown. The board is impregnated and protected on the surface with a thin layer of black stain. The final visual result therefore depends mainly on the grain of the wood. Wood is a natural product. This means that individual boards may differ from each other.

The protection (stain) penetrates further into the initial wood. In late wood, more impregnation remains on the surface, which makes the grain shinier and more accentuated. When we have a board with small rings, this differentiation effect is weaker because the surface of this board (after burning and brushing) contains more late wood.

Comparison of boards with smaller, distinct annual rings:

Plate A – has smaller annual rings, so visually it will be more „striped”. After burning and brushing, the board will have a less deep texture on its surface because there is little „initial” wood that is selected by the brushing machine. Considering the biological sustainability aspects of wood, these boards will be more durable.

On the surface of board B we can clearly see a division into earlywood and latewood, more surface is occupied by earlywood (paler black), which accepts protection well and therefore shines less. Plate B has noticeably more dark circles which later affect the visual appearance.

Dimensions and cuts

The types and widths of wood from the basic offer:

Straight edges

  • Siberian larch: 65 mm, 90 mm, 140 mm
  • Spruce: 145 mm
  • Thermopin: 65 mm, 115 mm or 140 mm

Tongue and groove

  • Siberian larch: 120 mm, 130 mm
  • Spruce: 136mm, 138mm
  • Thermopin: 118mm, 140mm
  • Oak: 120mm, 150mm, 180mm

The thickness of the boards:

  • Siberian larch: 20 mm
  • Spruce: 19mm
  • Thermopin: 20-28 mm
  • Oak: to be determined based on current availability
  • Carbonized layer thickness: +/- 1mm

The standard dimensions of the boards: 2 m, 3 m, 3.5 m, 4 m, 5 m. At the customer’s request, we can cut the boards to the desired length but this may involve an additional waste area.

Other dimensions and types of wood are checked on individual request.

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Acclimatization

Facade boards made of wood, as a 100% natural and hygroscopic material, react to changing environmental conditions, which results in their work in terms of changing their dimensions with increasing or decreasing humidity in the room. ‚air. The acclimatization of the boards makes it possible to achieve a hygroscopic balance with the environment, which is why, before placing them on the facade, they should be stored at least for a few days in a dry, ventilated and covered place, arranged horizontally. at a distance of at least 20 cm from the ground. With intensive heating of the room, the humidity in the air may drop to such a low level that the boards will be dry.

Since wood is a natural material, it can cause the boards to shrink and small cracks to form between the boards. In order to minimize such influence, an air humidifier should be used. Before installing the boards, eliminate all sources of humidity to ensure a constant humidity level in the room. The walls and floors of the building must be completely dry. The storage, installation of the boards and their subsequent use must take place under optimal environmental conditions:

  • air humidity: 45-60%
  • temperature +18 ÷ 24 ° C
  • wall humidity up to 3%

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CARE

Maintenance of interior planks
When cleaning and maintaining the boards, use soft, dry or slightly damp fabrics as well as products suitable for maintaining polyurethane varnishes. When maintaining finishes with a carbonized layer, it is better to use a vacuum cleaner with a flexible nozzle, being careful not to damage the decorative layer. Do not use substances that you do not know so as not to damage the boards. The recommended maintenance product is ADLER Clean Möbelpflege 96491.

Maintenance of exterior planks
Exterior wood painted or covered with a semi-transparent film should be cleaned regularly to keep surfaces clear and reduce the risk of dirt trapping moisture and accelerating rotting. The frequency of cleaning wood for exterior use is primarily dependent on the degree of dirt accumulation, microbial growth and moisture, which in turn depends on geographic location and local conditions (exposure). Use a neutral detergent to clean the wooden parts. Cleaning products containing aggressive substances, solvents or abrasives must not be used as they can damage the surface. Do not use high pressure cleaners.

Floor plank maintenance
A doormat must be placed in front of each exterior door to protect the floor against water and dirt. The furniture must be fitted with felt plates. For daily maintenance, a vacuum cleaner or a damp cloth should be used. Periodic preservation of the floor must be ensured by using products intended for the preservation of wooden floors. You must also follow the instructions on the packaging of each product. Always wipe the floor immediately until all traces of moisture are removed. Storage with the use of water is strictly prohibited! It is also forbidden to use scouring products as they could damage the carbonized layer.

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Maintenance

Wood siding exhibits a variety of natural characteristics which vary depending on the exposure environment and can cause minor siding imperfections. At least once a year, the coated panels should be inspected for signs of surface damage or cracks, coating degradation or discoloration of the wood surface under the coating, indicating moisture infiltration. . Inspect and clean gutters and downspouts. Repair leaks, which can cause localized and excessive wetting of the siding.

Since repaired areas may appear brighter, the entire panel or a fragment of the wall may be covered to maintain color consistency. If regular maintenance is delayed or if other damage has occurred, additional steps may be necessary to restore the coating to its original condition. Preventive rather than reactive maintenance will ensure that the coating is always protected, extend its life and help reduce lifetime maintenance costs.

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Appearance

The boards without a charred layer, burnt and brushed, which highlights the natural structure and grain of the wood. After brushing, the boards have the color of dark brown. The board is impregnated and protected on the surface with a thin layer of black stain. The final visual result therefore depends mainly on the grain of the wood. Wood is a natural product. This means that individual boards may differ from each other.

The protection (stain) penetrates further into the initial wood. In late wood, more impregnation remains on the surface, which makes the grain shinier and more accentuated. When we have a board with small rings, this differentiation effect is weaker because the surface of this board (after burning and brushing) contains more late wood.

Comparison of boards with smaller, distinct annual rings:

Plate A – has smaller annual rings, so visually it will be more „striped”. After burning and brushing, the board will have a less deep texture on its surface because there is little „initial” wood that is selected by the brushing machine. Considering the biological sustainability aspects of wood, these boards will be more durable.

On the surface of board B we can clearly see a division into earlywood and latewood, more surface is occupied by earlywood (paler black), which accepts protection well and therefore shines less. Plate B has noticeably more dark circles which later affect the visual appearance.


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ASSEMBLY AND INSTALLATION

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Installation of the wall board

Installation of the wall board

The wall plank is best mounted on the wooden mounting slats. The wooden mounting slats with a minimum thickness of 2 cm are fixed to the wall using the dowels, perpendicular to the direction of laying of the boards at a distance of 40 to 60 cm.

The boards are fixed with nails or screws. If you want the fastener not to be visible, the connectors should be nailed or screwed into the tab at a 45 degree angle. The location of the screws must be drilled or self-drilling screws must be used.

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Floor assembly

Floor assembly

The floor is mounted on beams laid at a distance of 40-60 cm or with glue. Before proceeding with the assembly of the floor, it is necessary to:

  • check the quality of the waterproofing as well as the climatic stabilization state of the building,
  • take soil moisture measurements and assess the capacity to evaporate residual moisture,
  • carry out soil resistance measurements – hardness, resistance to shearing and tearing as well as the precision of its surface.

In view of the above, the choice of the glue and primer-glue system is determined. In some cases it is possible to apply a stress distance layer in the form of OSB boards or stress leveling mats. However, this method requires the selection of a suitable glue and the realization of the floor of the appropriate quality. The glue must be flexible but also resistant to shear due to changes in the dimensions of the floor resulting from natural changes in its humidity. The humidity of the floor for assembly must correspond to:

  • wooden – up to 12%
  • concrete – up to 2% by the CM method
  • in anhydrite – up to 0.5% by the CM method

It is not recommended to lay the solid wood planks on the heated floors, customers, who intend to lay the planks on the heated floor, take responsibility for it. It is recommended to call on companies specializing in parquet laying, which guarantees a good installation of the floor. The wall planks are mounted as standard on the mounting slats laid perpendicular to the direction of laying of the boards at a distance of 40-60 cm while keeping an expansion space. The floor must be protected if other work will be done in the room. Furniture must not be dragged on the floor.

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Assembly of the facade board

Assembly of the facade board

Assembly
When designing the elevation you must include the excess material needed to cut (10-15%). The wooden facade is exposed to atmospheric factors such as strong wind, changes in air humidity and precipitation. Maintaining the correct distance from the floor (30 cm), the angle of inclination of the window sills, the window treatments or the extended roof are the basic factors to keep in mind during the installation work. Oriwood is suitable for standard siding types, the installer should follow the same installation recommendations as for traditional wood siding, requiring no special items or tools.

Supporting structure
The wooden facade can be fixed to a building wall of any type. This is done by a wooden frame. For the construction of the frame under the wooden facade, slats of the same type of wood as the facade battens or with similar properties are used.
The timber frame must be dry and impregnated, unseasoned timber is not suitable for this purpose. The slats are always mounted at an angle of 90 ° to the finishing battens. If during assembly a counter batten was also used, it is the counter batten which must be mounted at an angle of 90 ° to the finishing batten. The distance between the slats should be between 40 cm and 60 cm. Assembly begins at the bottom with the tongue upwards, to allow free circulation of water. In the case of vertical cladding, the best practice is to use a double frame in which the horizontal slats are fixed to vertical slats.

The horizontal slats should be chamfered at the top, projecting water into the doorway. If only horizontal support slats are used, additional measures should be taken to ensure sufficient ventilation, for example by cutting grooves in the slats or creating breaks in the slats at regular intervals. In this case, it is advantageous if the horizontal slats are chamfered on the upper edge to remove any water. When using fasteners (screws) and metal hardware, it is important to use materials with high corrosion resistance and to avoid such types of steel which react with the components of the wood. As a result of contact with them, the wood may permanently discolor.

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#4

Moisture protection

Moisture protection

The insulation should be protected by a waterproof and windproof membrane, which will protect against moisture from the outside, while allowing the evaporation of water that has penetrated inside. There should be free space between the board and the wall – at least 20 mm. This allows air to circulate under the facade planks and proper drying of the planks. There should be spaces (openings) in the lower and upper part of the facade through which air can enter and exit freely. At the top and bottom of the facade, it is necessary to leave spaces (openings) which allow air to enter and exit freely. The locations of the air inlets and outlets must be protected by mosquito nets.

Between the horizontal fragments of wooden facades and other materials, sheet metal drip trays facilitating water drainage can be used. Vertical junctions should also be designed so as not to expose the wall to moisture. Particular attention should be paid to securing boards near window openings and window sills, as well as in corners. The distance from the first front plank of du must not be less than 30 cm. The cut edges of the boards should be impregnated, since moisture penetrates them the fastest.

The facade profiles without tongue and groove can also be mounted in two ways, using special resistant stainless fixing brackets, which are screwed to the rear face of the profile, and two screws through the space between the profiles is mounted on the frame. Along the width of the board with one or two stainless steel screws (preferably with a high strength class). The places where we aim the screw must be slightly drilled beforehand or it is necessary to use self-drilling screws to prevent the board from breaking. The head of the screw should be coated with the surface of the board. The screws should be screwed in a suitable distance from the end of the board so as not to break the boards (approximately 5-10cm). If it is necessary to fix near the end, the holes should be drilled initially.

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Packaging and storage

Packaging and storage

Packaging:

Packages with boards are packed separately, each package is wrapped with stretch foil. If the boards are packed on a pallet (larger quantity), then the whole pallet is also stretched. The bubble wrap is placed between the finish. The upper part and the base part of the package always face the back part, we use jute twine to tie.
The boards are packed 5 pieces a package.

Dimensions of the package: width of the boards x length of the boards x 10-15cm

The weight of 1 m2 is about 13-14 kg

Storage of internal boards:

Packages with planks must be left in the room where they are to be installed, in order to acclimatize for at least 27 days at a temperature of 18 to 24°C and a relative humidity of 40 to 60%. Place the packages horizontally and remove the protective film. The strips that secure the wood should only be removed immediately before installation. Before installing the planks, eliminate all sources of moisture to ensure a constant humidity level in the room. The walls and floors of the building must be completely dry. With intensive heating of the room, the air humidity can drop to such a low level that the boards dry out.

Storage of external boards:

The boards must be stored for at least a few days in a dry, ventilated and covered place, they must be stored horizontally at a distance of at least 20 cm from the ground. The stretch film can be removed but it must be protected against excessive humidity because tightly placed planks do not dry out, which can lead to deformation of the planks and change in dimensions when drying quickly (for example on a facade sunny).

Installation of the wall board

The wall plank is best mounted on the wooden mounting slats. The wooden mounting slats with a minimum thickness of 2 cm are fixed to the wall using the dowels, perpendicular to the direction of laying of the boards at a distance of 40 to 60 cm.

The boards are fixed with nails or screws. If you want the fastener not to be visible, the connectors should be nailed or screwed into the tab at a 45 degree angle. The location of the screws must be drilled or self-drilling screws must be used.

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Floor assembly

The floor is mounted on beams laid at a distance of 40-60 cm or with glue. Before proceeding with the assembly of the floor, it is necessary to:

  • check the quality of the waterproofing as well as the climatic stabilization state of the building,
  • take soil moisture measurements and assess the capacity to evaporate residual moisture,
  • carry out soil resistance measurements – hardness, resistance to shearing and tearing as well as the precision of its surface.

In view of the above, the choice of the glue and primer-glue system is determined. In some cases it is possible to apply a stress distance layer in the form of OSB boards or stress leveling mats. However, this method requires the selection of a suitable glue and the realization of the floor of the appropriate quality. The glue must be flexible but also resistant to shear due to changes in the dimensions of the floor resulting from natural changes in its humidity. The humidity of the floor for assembly must correspond to:

  • wooden – up to 12%
  • concrete – up to 2% by the CM method
  • in anhydrite – up to 0.5% by the CM method

It is not recommended to lay the solid wood planks on the heated floors, customers, who intend to lay the planks on the heated floor, take responsibility for it. It is recommended to call on companies specializing in parquet laying, which guarantees a good installation of the floor. The wall planks are mounted as standard on the mounting slats laid perpendicular to the direction of laying of the boards at a distance of 40-60 cm while keeping an expansion space. The floor must be protected if other work will be done in the room. Furniture must not be dragged on the floor.

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Assembly of the facade board

Assembly
When designing the elevation you must include the excess material needed to cut (10-15%). The wooden facade is exposed to atmospheric factors such as strong wind, changes in air humidity and precipitation. Maintaining the correct distance from the floor (30 cm), the angle of inclination of the window sills, the window treatments or the extended roof are the basic factors to keep in mind during the installation work. Oriwood is suitable for standard siding types, the installer should follow the same installation recommendations as for traditional wood siding, requiring no special items or tools.

Supporting structure
The wooden facade can be fixed to a building wall of any type. This is done by a wooden frame. For the construction of the frame under the wooden facade, slats of the same type of wood as the facade battens or with similar properties are used.
The timber frame must be dry and impregnated, unseasoned timber is not suitable for this purpose. The slats are always mounted at an angle of 90 ° to the finishing battens. If during assembly a counter batten was also used, it is the counter batten which must be mounted at an angle of 90 ° to the finishing batten. The distance between the slats should be between 40 cm and 60 cm. Assembly begins at the bottom with the tongue upwards, to allow free circulation of water. In the case of vertical cladding, the best practice is to use a double frame in which the horizontal slats are fixed to vertical slats.

The horizontal slats should be chamfered at the top, projecting water into the doorway. If only horizontal support slats are used, additional measures should be taken to ensure sufficient ventilation, for example by cutting grooves in the slats or creating breaks in the slats at regular intervals. In this case, it is advantageous if the horizontal slats are chamfered on the upper edge to remove any water. When using fasteners (screws) and metal hardware, it is important to use materials with high corrosion resistance and to avoid such types of steel which react with the components of the wood. As a result of contact with them, the wood may permanently discolor.

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Moisture protection

The insulation should be protected by a waterproof and windproof membrane, which will protect against moisture from the outside, while allowing the evaporation of water that has penetrated inside. There should be free space between the board and the wall – at least 20 mm. This allows air to circulate under the facade planks and proper drying of the planks. There should be spaces (openings) in the lower and upper part of the facade through which air can enter and exit freely. At the top and bottom of the facade, it is necessary to leave spaces (openings) which allow air to enter and exit freely. The locations of the air inlets and outlets must be protected by mosquito nets.

Between the horizontal fragments of wooden facades and other materials, sheet metal drip trays facilitating water drainage can be used. Vertical junctions should also be designed so as not to expose the wall to moisture. Particular attention should be paid to securing boards near window openings and window sills, as well as in corners. The distance from the first front plank of du must not be less than 30 cm. The cut edges of the boards should be impregnated, since moisture penetrates them the fastest.

The facade profiles without tongue and groove can also be mounted in two ways, using special resistant stainless fixing brackets, which are screwed to the rear face of the profile, and two screws through the space between the profiles is mounted on the frame. Along the width of the board with one or two stainless steel screws (preferably with a high strength class). The places where we aim the screw must be slightly drilled beforehand or it is necessary to use self-drilling screws to prevent the board from breaking. The head of the screw should be coated with the surface of the board. The screws should be screwed in a suitable distance from the end of the board so as not to break the boards (approximately 5-10cm). If it is necessary to fix near the end, the holes should be drilled initially.

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Packaging and storage

Packaging:

Packages with boards are packed separately, each package is wrapped with stretch foil. If the boards are packed on a pallet (larger quantity), then the whole pallet is also stretched. The bubble wrap is placed between the finish. The upper part and the base part of the package always face the back part, we use jute twine to tie.
The boards are packed 5 pieces a package.

Dimensions of the package: width of the boards x length of the boards x 10-15cm

The weight of 1 m2 is about 13-14 kg

Storage of internal boards:

Packages with planks must be left in the room where they are to be installed, in order to acclimatize for at least 27 days at a temperature of 18 to 24°C and a relative humidity of 40 to 60%. Place the packages horizontally and remove the protective film. The strips that secure the wood should only be removed immediately before installation. Before installing the planks, eliminate all sources of moisture to ensure a constant humidity level in the room. The walls and floors of the building must be completely dry. With intensive heating of the room, the air humidity can drop to such a low level that the boards dry out.

Storage of external boards:

The boards must be stored for at least a few days in a dry, ventilated and covered place, they must be stored horizontally at a distance of at least 20 cm from the ground. The stretch film can be removed but it must be protected against excessive humidity because tightly placed planks do not dry out, which can lead to deformation of the planks and change in dimensions when drying quickly (for example on a facade sunny).

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Frequently Asked Questions:

ARE THE BOARDS COVERED BY A WARRANTY?

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Wood is a natural material which evolves over time, which works and which is vulnerable to atmospheric conditions. It is therefore difficult to predict 100% the behavior of the product over time. If the boards are placed on a very sunny facade, they may discolor. In addition, extremely strong winds or precipitation can affect the appearance of the boards. Therefore, the manufacturer first guarantees the non-conformance of the material when ordering (wrong dimensions of the board, the product is clearly different from the one ordered). We also offer a delivery guarantee – we guarantee that the product will be delivered without any damage. Due to the fact that we do not offer an assembly service, we do not accept any liability for any side effects after faulty installation of the boards.

DOES A BURNT BOARD LEAVE RESIDUES AND BLACK SPOTS?

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Only a burnt and brushed board can leave a residue, but if it has an extra layer in the form of impregnation, the board should not leave any marks. Impregnation is not necessary as the burning itself protects against biological factors. Our products are additionally protected by a thin-film stain. The „front face” of the board is impregnated and protected, so that the finished wall should not get dirty. The back of the boards can eventually get dirty, but that’s the invisible side.

BURNT WOOD DOES NOT FADE OVER TIME? ARE THERE ANY UNBURNT WOOD SPECIES THAT DO NOT FADE OVER TIME?

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There is no types of wood that does not change color over time. The solution to reducing this phenomenon may be frequent renovation, painting or increasing the impregnation of the boards. By painting the boards with a thick layer of paint or a thick layer of impregnation it is possible to avoid discoloration but we will lose the natural beauty of the product. Burning alone will also reduce this phenomenon but will not eliminate it completely. Wood burnt over time under the influence of the external environment will lose its color intensity. Periodic renovation is therefore recommended. It should be borne in mind that wood is a natural product which changes over time and is affected by weather conditions. When choosing this product, you should consider the pros and cons that come with it.

ARE THE BOARDS BURNED ON ALL SIDES?

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The inner (invisible) part of the board is burnt but to a lesser extent – it does not have a charred layer. The chosen finish is on the exterior side (visible) and on the edges.

HOW ARE THE BOARDS MADE?

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The wood is burnt + brushed + sanded and covered with a delicate impregnation agent. In some finishes, the wood is tinted for an optimal effect.

DO THE BOARDS HAVE ADDITIONAL PROTECTION (IMPREGNATION)?

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The „right side” (outside) of the board is treated, burnt as well as protected with the stain. The „left side” (inside) of the board is treated against fungus, mold, it is also burnt. The fact that it is burned is sufficient to provide protection against fungus as well as mold, so treatment is not necessary but the company uses it as additional protection. The treatment penetrates into the structure of the wood. If the customer wishes, the interior side can also be protected with stain for additional costs. Stain is a surface protection against moisture.

WHAT PRODUCTS ARE USED TO IMPREGNATE THE BOARDS?

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The manufacturer uses Sikkens and Remmers brand impregnates.

AT WHAT FREQUENCY SHOULD I MAINTAIN THE BOARDS?

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Depending on the client’s requirements, it is sufficient to carry out an inspection once every a few years and refresh the coating. The main purpose of this is to protect the first charred layer than the wood itself. For this, it is preferable to use a stain in a thin layer on the outside, which will penetrate well into the carbonized layer and it will not change the aesthetic „plastic”.

DOES THE OFFER ALSO HAVE OILED BOARDS?

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Our basic offer does not include oiled boards, however, such a solution is available on individual request.

WHAT ARE THE POSSIBLE LENGTHS OF THE BOARDS?

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The most available board lengths are 3, 4, 5 meters. At the customer’s request, the boards can be cut to the desired size, however, in the case of non-standard lengths, waste must be taken into account. The maximum length of the boards is 5 m.

IS IT POSSIBLE TO ORDER OTHER DIMENSIONS OF THE BOARDS OTHER THAN THOSE INCLUDED IN THE TECHNICAL SPECIFICATION?

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There is such a possibility. In the case of individual requests, the currently available offer from timber manufacturers is checked. However, this may involve an extension of the order execution time.

IN THE CASE OF TONGUE AND GROOVE BOARDS, IS THE TONGUE ALSO BURNED?

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The tongue is also burnt. During the burning of such a board, the tongues are protected so as not to weaken the element. Sometimes a piece of the tongue is burnt more severely, but this has no influence on the installation.

WITH WHICH TYPE OF WOOD ARE ORIWOOD BOARDS MADE OF?

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Normally, Shou Sugi Ban is based on cedar, but any pine or larch wood will fit perfectly in this method. Usually, Siberian larch (outside) and spruce (inside) are used. Siberian or European larch is served on the terrace. Oak and ash are also made. The larch is more veined, which is visible on the boards, the oak is more uniform.

IS IT POSSIBLE TO CHOOSE THE FINISH OF THE BOARDS (GLOSS, SATIN OR MATT)?

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Planks intended for outdoor use are only available in satin finish. Planks intended for interior use can have different finishes: glossy, matte, satin.

IS IT POSSIBLE TO CUT THE BOARDS?

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Yes, the boards can be cut.

HOW SHOULD A CUT BE TREATED? DO YOU NEED TO APPLY AN ANGLE CUT?

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In the case of vertical fixing of the boards, it is advisable to cut at an angle to avoid absorption of moisture. It is also important to protect the finishes with an anti-humidity product.
In the case where the planks are laid horizontally, the cut is not so important. In the corners of buildings, the cut is recommended at 45 °.

HOW SHOULD WE PROTECT THE COPUATED EDGES? DO YOU NEED TO BURN THEM?

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The edges of the product should be protected with the stain in order to preserve against moisture. There is no need to burn them.

IS IT POSSIBLE TO CUT THE BOARDS LONGITUDINALLY? WHAT PRODUCTS SHOULD YOU USE TO PROTECT THE EDGES?

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Cutting the board lengthwise is not a problem. However, a different preparation should be used to protect the edges. To protect cross sections, you can use the following colorless preparations:
– Remmers Indulin SW 910 or
– Sikkens Kodrin WV 457

To protect longitudinal cuts, we recommend a product in the color of the boards:
– Sikkens WF 771
The manufacturer orders this product in color (for individual orders).

IS IT POSSIBLE TO ORDER SAMPLES OF THE BOARDS?

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Oczywiście, oferujemy wysyłkę próbek. Próbki można zamówić przez naszą stronę internetową lub poprzez kontakt mailowy.  Koszt jednej próbki to 15 zł + koszt wysyłki. Próbki mamy przygotowane na modrzewiu syberyjskim

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Declaration of performance

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General information

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Wall mounting instructions

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Maintenance Guide

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Facade – Assembly instruction

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Floor assembly

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Instructions for use and maintenance of wall panels

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Facade – Assembly instruction

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Address

RZESZÓW 35-016 / MOCHNACKIEGO 25/4

Telephone number

(+48) 518 536 655

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Sales and Delivery Conditions

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Privaty Policy

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Cookie policy

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Oriwood Information clause.docx

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Personal data processing

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Complaint form