Building with wood prolongs the carbon storage from the forest.

The increased use of wood in construction is creating a "second forest" in our towns and villages. Wooden houses bind CO2 in the long term, which relieves our environment and contributes to improving the climate.

Every trunk used from the forest creates space for new trees. While wooden buildings store carbon over their entire lifespan, the amount of wood used in the forest grows again and actively extracts CO2 from the surrounding air. Wood as a building material thus has a doubly positive effect on the CO2 balance.

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