The single-material solid wood construction method has been tried and tested for thousands of years. In the most climatically adverse regions of the world, solid wood buildings built many centuries ago still exist today - made of a building material that is available in sufficient quantities and on a permanent basis.
The Black Forest building culture combines a long tradition with solid wood construction. Already in the 17th century, people lived in solid wooden houses, some of which are still preserved today due to the robust building materials. This gave rise to the idea of the Rombach company to produce houses only from wood, without metal or glue. Tradition and modernity were united: That is NUR-HOLZ.
Only the best woods from local forests are selected for the production of NUR-HOLZ. Slowly grown spruces, firs and beeches from sustainably managed forest stands at high altitudes in the Black Forest are harvested outside the growth phase. This wood is cut into sawn timber in selected sawmills.
After cutting, the wood is stored in the open air for months, by means of a roofing as weather protection, so that the wood relaxes and does not tear or warp later. The dried wood is now dried in modern, gentle processes dried to a humidity level optimal for production for building.
Due to this quality, the wood is particularly durable and offers natural protection against pests and fungi without protective coatings or chemical additives.
In contrast to all other building materials, wood is constantly renewable and does not have to be produced separately. In addition, neither pollutants nor energy costs are incurred during the growth of a tree.
We have already been able to realise the dream of the house for hundreds of satisfied NUR-HOLZ clients worldwide. From detached houses and apartment buildings to day-care centres, hotels and commercial buildings. There are no limits to the variety. We leave free space for your thoughts.