Dimensions  24x100, 24x68, 24x107, 19x146, 19x100/121/140, 19x200, 24x200mm 
Profile Rhombus/Classic/Board
Origin Czech
Wood density approx. 550 kg / m3
Kiln-dried 16-18%

Benefits of Czech Larch:

  • It has an excellent ability to withstand outdoor weather conditions.
  • Larch is uncomplicated and easy to care for.
  • It is not necessary to impregnate the wood.
  • On facades, it can be used alternatively without surface treatment (grey platinum or surface treatment preferably with oil paints).
  • The Larch is the hardest wood among the softwoods.
  • Larch is diverse in its appearance.
  • It is naturally waterproof.

Czech Larch Origin:

Our Czech larch, which comes from the Czech Republic, excels in quality and durability, making it a durable choice for your projects.

Czech Larch Description:

It is one of the heaviest softwoods. Larch decking is quite durable and sturdy. Thanks to the density of Larch Czech and the high content of tar and resin, Larch Czech is very resistant even without treatment. In fact, it is one of the trees with the best weather characteristics. The style and design of Larch Czech are natural, and you can choose from a lot of OSMO color variations in larch wood cladding.

Czech Larch Recommendation

One of Larch Czech's typical features is the tendency for the resin to shed, which can occur during installation and after finishing. However, with the OSMO "Resin Removal Kit" product, you can easily solve this small problem yourself.

Larch cladding is particularly sensitive to iron, and to prevent rust, we recommend fasteners made of stainless steel only. Because Larch tends to cleft, all attachment points should be pre-drilled.

Czech Larch Finishing:

Suppose you decide to treat the wood from Larch Czech on the facade with paint to preserve the wood without the typical gray patina, which will appear on the wood without treatment on wood within one year after exposure. In that case, we recommend using OSMO paint based on natural oils and waxes. If a colorless wood treatment is required, use the OSMO UV Colorless Protective Oil product. If you want to protect the wood and at the same time preserve its naturalness as much as possible, use a lightly pigmented coating in the selected shade OSMO UV Protective color oil Extra with six color shades.

If you want to preserve the wood's structure and felting but a higher degree of pigmentation, we recommend the OSMO Protective Oil Stain with eighteen color shades.

24x100, 24x68 rhombus 
24x107 rhombus
19x146 classic
19x100/121/140, 19x200, 24x200 board   

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