Architects, do you specify the right wood?

Choosing the right wood for a project or particular application can be a challenge. As designers you will want to consider the look and feel of the wood plus its longevity and how it will weather over time.

We have carried out an in depth study of many timbers (all of which are readily available in the UK) and complied a wood durability league table which has proved to be a great help with this specification process.

The wood durability league table below will help you specify the correct wood:

Wood durability for Architects

Helping architects width free technical drawings

Wooduchoose is a completely unique tool that we offer exclusively to Architects and designers. Our extensive range of mouldings and other products are available for professionals to download as CAD (DWG) timber mouldings. To ensure that this service is kept exclusive we ask that you register, we will then approve your access and you can then log in and start downloading.

The service is free and we do not share your details with third parties. Simply use our drawings in your design work, for your projects, and feel free to share with your clients.

You can also use our system to get instant prices for your project budgeting. Plus our mouldings are in categorised into architectural period to assist you with any historical restorations.

For more information on our services for architects, please click here


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Posted on Wednesday 28 July 2021 at 22:54

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Jeremy Yelland Author: Jeremy Yelland

As Co-founder, Jeremy has been instrumental in the development of Wooduchoose, working on many evolutions of the application and at the same time always learning about timber and woodworking.

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