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Strandwoven® TIMBER Millwork


Created using by-product wood, our solid engineered Strandwoven® TIMBER Millwork panels offer greater hardness and stability than standard species while providing a beautiful look and feel for many creative design applications..

Sustainability Story

Strandwoven® Timber Millwork is the Strandwoven® Timber material used to make the flooring, with all its hardness and stability, but in a panel format. Made in either a horizontal or vertical format (unlike the flooring which is only available in the horizontal version), the double sided panels are made with a 3mm wear layer of the composite and densified poplar on each face of the multi-ply poplar core.

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The Horizontal grain is cut from the face of timbers, and replicates the visual effect of the flooring. The Vertical format cuts the same logs at a 90 degree angle (to the horizontal), creating a much more linear pattern. The Strandwoven® TIMBER Millwork panels are suitable for bar tops and counters, cabinets, furniture fabrication, wall paneling, and really anything you want to make with wood. As versatile as it is beautiful, are just a few uses for this versatile product.

  • Color/pattern found on surface exists throughout thickness of the wear layer
  • Made with low-VOC, E0-compliant, and NAUF (No Added Urea Formaldehyde) glues
  • Extremely hard and stable
  • Two good sides to material so both back and front can be utilized in the project

Technical Data

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All Styles
Dimensions 3/4″ x 4′ x 72"
Construction 3mm wear layer on two sides, plywood core
Finish Prefinished: micro-bevel; with an extremely durable factory-applied finish Unfinished: square edged, can be stained to your desired color
Hardness 2875 psi JANKA avg.
LEED Points
  • MRc4 – Recycled Content (100% recycled, post-industrial content)
  • IEQc4.4 – Low Emitting Materials – NAUF

Associated applicable points based on installation:

  • IEQc4.1 – Low Emitting Materials: Adhesives and Sealants
  • IEQc4.2 – Low Emitting Materials: Paints and Coatings
Installation Variable