Long-lasting finishes for wood windows
On the exterior, wood windows are exposed to the elements and require a very durable finish. That is why we make use of a multi-layer structure.
In a first step, we treat the wood in a flow-coating system with a water-based, pigmented wood preservative impregnation. Flow coating allows the agent to deeply penetrate the wood, providing optimal protection against blue stain and rot.
In a second step, the wood receives a water-based, insulating intermediate coating. Depending on the type of wood, this is done by hand or in the flow-coating system.
Intermediate sanding & joint sealing
Before the windows and doors are painted or glazed, they are lightly sanded to smooth out the surfaces and edges. We also apply a joint sealer to protect against water penetration.
Varnishing & coating
In a final step, the wood receives a water-based wood stain or an opaque final coat. This is applied by hand.
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