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Novawood

NOVAWOOD that includes forestry products in accordance with European Norms.

We are the member of International Thermowood Association which proves our quality. Also we are the member of American Hardwood Export Council.

“NovaThermowood” is a modification process of the wood using heat treatment and steam that takes with in 48-96 hours and this process is applied for some kind of timber species with the degrees of 180 and 212.

The main range of Thermowood products by Novawood include Exterior Cladding, Panel Cladding, Decking, novathermowood Decking Tiles, Solid Flooring, Engineered Flooring, Laminated Beams, Solar Shading, Novathermowood Door and Window Profiles, Novathermowood Pergolas&Fences and Thermowood lumber.

As NOVAWOOD we have approximately 3.5 million sqm references of our work in 49 countries.

We are currently exporting to 49 countries such as GERMANY, FRANCE, AUSTRIA, BELGIUM, CANADA, CHINA, DUBAI, FINLAND, JAPAN, LEBANON, NETHERLANDS, PORTUGAL, SAUDI ARABIA, SPAIN, SWEDEN, SWITZERLAND, UNITED KINGDOM and more.

WHY YOU SHOULD PREFER THERMOWOOD PRODUCTS IN YOUR PROJECTS ?

Because Thermowood products are;

• %100 natural!!
• The best substitute for Tropical Hardwoods
• Acquired from Sustainable Forests ( FSC – Certificate )
• No chemicals used during the whole process,
• Healthy
• Harmless to human beings and animals as well
MAIN SPECIES WE DO PRODUCE ARE ;

• Thermowood ASH
• Thermowood PINE
• Thermowood IROKO
• Thermowood TULIPWOOD

Novawood constantly improves and develops upon its range of products to meet the needs and requirements of the industry without compromising quality. With its customer satisfaction and quality driven approach, Novawood also manufactures custom products for architectural projects and customer requests

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