Our range of Timber project solutions offer the natural beauty and character of wood and provide a sustainable approach to solar shading and architectural louvre solutions. Timber blade profiles alongside bespoke support structures offer a modern, stylish and contemporary appearance to any building facade.
Western Red Cedar, Accoya Thermowood, Oak and Sweet Chestnut, are all timbers used within the construction of solar shading and louvre systems and offer the most robust, stable and durable properties for manufacturing solar shading and louvre blade profiles
We only supply fully certified Timber, in FSC, PEFC, SFI or CSA, depending on specie and country of origin.
Our systems are an environmentally friendly and sustainable option to traditional aluminium systems, and with a growing demand for greener alternatives and a wide range of species and sizes available the versatility our timber solutions offer means that specifications can be tailored to suit a multitude of project needs.
With over a decade of experience in designing and installing some of the UK’s leading projects producing thoughtful and sustainable solutions we are a leader in engineered timber and pioneer in the field in offering a unique and efficient service, along with top quality engineered timber products into our market sector.
Our services include, precision cutting, angled mitre cuts, compound mitre cuts, specialist drilling services along with FR Treatments (Non Com Class C and B) and factory applied coatings.
In Association with our specialist Timber manufacturer and partners in Canada, Contrasol can now also offer Laminated Western Red Cedar, which offers a cost effective and attractive solution for large size Louvre sections available in widths up to 500mm, up to 80mm in thickness.
Laminated Cedar is now an option where Large, wide and long Louvres were once limited to Aluminium.Lightweight and constructed using strong external grade glues our laminated Western Red Cedar Louvre Blades offer an engineered timber solution to expand the imagination of both Designers and Architects.