Traditionally modern

THE FIR

Fir wood has a warm, cozy appearance and makes rooms appear brighter and larger.

Fir has the typical grain pattern of softwoods with distinct growth rings and noticeable knots. Individual loose knots are manually filled with wood putty matching the color.

The widths of mafi fir planks are particularly impressive, ranging from 19 cm to a proud 30 cm.

FIR WOOD FLOORING IN DETAIL

Advantages & Characteristics

  • Appearance: Traditional cozy floor
  • Knot Pattern: Knots up to 60 mm in diameter
  • Grain: Distinct annual ring formation
  • Resistance: Softwood, Brinell hardness: 16 N/mm².
  • Length: 1980 / 2480 / 4000 / 5000 mm
  • Width: 220 / 240 / 260 / 280 / 300 mm
  • Thickness: 16 and 19 mm
  • Formats: Planks, Wide planks
  • Origin: Sustainable forestry in Central Europe
  • Usage: More suitable for less demanding living areas
Rustic yet homogeneous:

The FIR

Especially in today's interior design world, which often emphasizes minimalism and simplicity, fir wood is very popular. The natural finishes quickly add warmth and coziness to any concept, while the very light surfaces are ideal for the widely beloved Nordic style of living. The typical patina of fir wood aligns with the sustainable and material-oriented spirit of the times.

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FIR Wide-Plank
THE FIR TREE, THE TREE

Origin and Distribution

Firs can reach an impressive age of up to 600 years. The fir is a very important tree species for every forest because, on the one hand, it has deep roots, and, on the other hand, its quickly decomposing needles provide plenty of humus.

Fir is also commonly used as solid wood for furniture, construction, and structural purposes.

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