- Common Name:Larch
- Scientific Name:Larix sibirica
- Origin:Finland and Russia
- Uses:Flooring, Joinery, Construction
- Usage Level:Low
Uses: Flooring, Gymnasium equipment, Furniture
Uses: Flooring, Worktops, Furniture
Uses: Kitchen worktops and ply
Uses: Joinery, Handles, Flooring
Uses: Joinery, Furniture, Flooring
Uses: Flooring, Sports equipment, Furniture
Uses: Flooring, Decking, Construction
Uses: Flooring, Construction, Plywood
Uses: Flooring, Joinery, Construction
Uses: Flooring, Furniture, Musical Instruments, Worktops
Uses: Decking, External Construction
Uses: Flooring, Furniture, Joinery
Larch, as it is commonly known, is mostly distributed from Eastern Europe.
Its heartwood has a pale red-brown to brick red colour. It is straight grained containing knots with clearly marked annual rings.
Larch is classed as a softwood that has a medium density and good qualities for steam bending. This timber can be worked with hand tools with a low blunting effect except when in contact with knots where there is a sever blunting effect.
It is generally a fairly rapid drying lumber and can be kiln dried satisfactorily. There is a small amount of movement in service.
European Larch flooring is suitable for all domestic and some specific commercial projects. It is commonly used for a more traditional period look and is sometimes used in cycle velodromes.
Above are some examples of products that are available in this species. Below are some examples of projects that have been completed with this species.
To start your project or satisfy any questions you may have please call our sales team, who can advise you on how to proceed, or email the team with your questions at the following contact points:
Tel: 020 8871 9771