Wooden elevation

Wooden elevations – unique properties and exceptional charm of wood.

Wooden elevations have been used for a long time and are becoming more and more popular in private residences, modern housing estates, offices and commercial objects. Elevation boards create a feeling of cosiness and safety, while imparting a unique character. Variety of wood types and wide range of colors makes wood elevation a perfect ecological solution both for traditional and modern architecture. Professionally laid and neatly protected wooden elevation will make your house look great for many years.

Superdrew wooden elevations are characterized by high quality and resistance to weather conditions, due to appropriate protection of elevation boards by impregnation and coating with special paints in any transparent or opaque color.

Wooden facing is used both in skeleton structures and brickwalls. Elevation boards are fixed to a supporting grid. If required, the space between grid elements can be filled with insulation – most often in a form of mineral wool.

We offer elevations made of various types of wood – native and exotic.

Superdrew guarantees production and professional assembly of wooden elevations.

Wood types:
  • Pine and spruce – cheap, easily machined and very resistant to loads. Durable due to high resin content.
  • Larch - Wood with small annual growth and very resistant. Has a characteristic yellow color. Durable and easily machined and dried. When not chemically protected, larch can change its color to grey silver or black and dark brown (according to cardinal direction).
  • Siberian larch - obtained in a very harsh Siberian climate. Small annual growth. Dark brown-honey-red color.
  • Red cedar - Grows in harsh polar climate. A very stable wood highly resistant to weather conditions, with advantageous thermal insulation features and a color from beige to dark brown. It is also characterized by color diversity within the area of one board. It turns silver-grey with ageing.
  • Scandinavian spruce - bright, slightly yellowish color. Often called a white wood. More attractive texture in relation to native wood. Less knots and small annual growth considerably influences wood resistance.
  • Tatajuba – Brazilian wood. Due to its density and natural properties it is resistant to atmospheric factors, fungus and insects. Turns from yellow-brown to dark brown with ageing. Gives a modern form of building elevation in combination with good looking board profile.
  • Okume - Occurs in colors from bright pink to brown but can be colored with the use of e.g.: scumbles in thousands of shades. It facilitates selection of color to remaining details of the elevation.
  • Meranti - occurs in colors from grey-brown, red to dark brown and perfectly combines with window joinery made of the same type of wood.

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Elevation boards are mounted to a supporting rack made of wood or stainless steel profiles. Boards are fixed to the rack using noble steel screws.

Maintaining proper distance between the wall, elevation board and the upper and ensuring free access of air to top and bottom part of the elevation in order to let boards dry is an essential element of the assembly. Due diligence should be excercised with respect to the distance between boards and base, window machining method and sill inclination angle.

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