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Top 5 Uses for Eucalyptus Wood

What is Eucalyptus Wood? With natural forests disappearing at a rate of some 36 million acres each year, exploring sustainable construction products is smart. Eucalyptus Wood is also known as Eucalyptus Hardwood is harvested from a family of fast-growing tropical shrubs and trees. It’s gorgeous, environmentally friendly, easy to work with and incredibly practical. It’s […]

Sustainable Building Materials

Choosing the Right Sustainable Building Materials for Your Next Project

Are you ready to incorporate sustainable building materials into your next project? Choosing construction materials that are derived from readily renewable resources like bamboo, thatch, reeds, eucalyptus, and cork allows you to add environmentally friendly flair to your project without sacrificing quality, style or value. However, to get the most out of sustainable construction materials, […]

Bamboo as a Building Material

Strong and Sustainable – Using Bamboo as a Building Material

Ancient yet versatile – Bamboo materials are still useful First used in China over 5,000 years ago, there are hundreds of innovative uses of bamboo materials. For millennia, humans used bamboo as a construction material and for practical products like bows, arrows, paper, and bedding. Writing tablets, building materials, and books have been produced from […]

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Sourcing Eucalyptus Materials for your Zoo’s Fences, Shelters, and Enclosures

Eucalyptus Materials:  A viable construction material that keeps animals and visitors safe and comfortable If you are a zoo and need eucalyptus materials to keep your animals and visitors safe, shady, and dry; we have good news. You can now procure our versatile Eucalyptus Poles by the container load and save big time. There are more […]

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Eucalyptus Timber: A Sustainable and Versatile Building Material

 Why Eucalyptus is Sustainable, Versatile, and Beautiful We love eucalyptus timber! It’s a beautiful and sustainable alternative to other hardwoods. Even though eucalyptus is a versatile plant, it can be used in many commercial industries worldwide. This versatile building material has helped zoos, resorts and restaurants create unique and head-turning masterpieces.  What are other eucalyptus […]