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Log decking

What are Log Decking

Often called log decking and is a concave spruce decking ideal for facades, gables and soffits. With a semi-circular 'D' profile and quality Nordic timber, they offer an elegant appearance and durability. The perfect choice for log cabin cladding for a mountain hut or garden house.

Log decking and its uses

Profile d log decking is available in 19 mm or 28 mm thickness. They are used as facade log decking for wall and facade cladding (summerhouses, chalets, log cabins) smaller outdoor shelters (sheds, garden houses, etc.) Thanks to its structure , the wood creates a realistic imitation of a log building.

Facade decking

Log decking is ideal for timber facades, giving the house not only a traditional look but also a natural elegance. Log cabin decking has a longer tongue and groove overhang to prevent unwanted water ingress, which could have a negative impact on the life of the decking.

The main advantages of log decking

  • Good insulation properties,
  • Faithful imitation of a log cabin,
  • Preservation of the natural character of the building,

What to choose log decking for

When choosing log decking, focus on three key parameters.
Type of material - log decking is commonly made from spruce wood. In addition to Central European woods, Nordic spruce is also used for the production of these decking boards.
Thequality of the wood - the decking is graded according to EN 14519. The decking is divided into A/B and B/C quality. The former profiles are suitable for implementations where great emphasis is placed on the quality of the material. B/C decking is used for less demanding projects that do not require first-class materials and work with a more limited budget.
Decking thickness - we offer log decking in a variety of thicknesses. Generally, the thicker profiles are more suitable for more challenging climates.
Want to know more? Read our guide on how to choose timber decking for your interior. Or contact us. Our specialists will help you find the best solution.