The first step to our process is carefully excavating and extracting the timber from the peat grounds.
Storage & Drying
We let the timber rest to dry for 3-5 years above ground level.
We then slab it to 120-130 ml thick and from there they are filleted every 300 ml thick so it doesn’t bow.
Depending on the size of our slabs, some need to sit for another 3-12 months.
After 3-12 months, it’s re-leveled on the horizontal saw. Once it has been re-leveled, it goes back to get stacked.