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Wideline – Sustainability in Timber

Wideline is proud of its environmental integrity and sources its timber from suppliers who support sustainable forestry practices. 

We prefer to use and supply Western Red Cedar as it brings unbeatable style, surprising simplicity and incredible functionality to any project.

Western Red Cedar is perfect for achieving any look, from federation styles to natural and rustic through to clean and modern. Western Red Cedar has a fine grain and a lovely satin lustre, it also:

  • boasts rich tones, from subtle ambers to reddish cinnamons and deeper browns
  • works equally well indoors and outside
  • blends beautifully with natural surroundings and can perfectly compliment and help to soften concrete finishes.

Western Red Cedar is widely recognised as the ultimate sustainable building product. It produces fewer greenhouse gases, generates less water and air pollution, requires less energy to produce than alternatives and comes from a renewable and sustainable resource.

In addition, all of our Western Red Cedar has Chain of Custody FSC® (Forest Stewardship Council) Certification and PEFC™ (Programme for the Endorsement of Forest) Certification .

FSC® Chain of Custody is an information trail about the path taken by products from the forest to the consumer. FSC® certification provides a credible guarantee to customers that products originate from well managed forests, controlled sources, reclaimed materials, or a mixture of these. Compliance with this standard provides a consistent, international basis for independent, third party verification of claims about the sourcing of wood/fibre material and products.

As with any purchase of high quality natural products, it's important to care for your investment in timber. Read our guide on how to maintain the beauty and performance of your timber windows & doors.

Read more about our Natura range of timber windows & doors.

Or visit any Wideline Showroom to see the Natura range of timber windows and doors on display. 




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