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Without current EPDs to meet building code legislations, the use of tropical timbers is becoming increasingly difficult.
Readily available data on a product’s carbon impact is imperative to meeting modern building standards.
Cohesive with many design styles and eras, timber is increasingly becoming the chosen material for renovation projects.
Vulcan has been used for a growing number of door applications in both commercial and residential architectural projects.
Five characteristics that show why Vulcan Timber is a superior choice to Sapele.
Testing thermal conductivity for energy efficient windows and doors.
Auckland architecture students are discovering the malleability of Abodo timbers in their final year construction paper.
This Building Carbon Life Cycle Assessment (LCA) by Arthur Lee from Respond Architects shows the positive impact Vulcan timber can have on a home’s carbon footprint.
Abodo uses a patented process to carefully craft Vulcan timber’s unique vertical grain orientation.
Located on the isolated island of Jersey in the English Channel, this elevated, high-end residence enjoys beautiful coastal views.
Protecting external timber boards from the elements comes down to careful detailing and appropriate finishes.
How does Abodo's Vulcan timber perform in a joinery application? The Baldy Carpenter explains.
Make sure you get the right information about our carefully crafted timber products by visiting your local Abodo website.