Sustainable Hungarian oak flooring
Hungarian oak treasure, unique and of highest quality in Europe, brought our traditional oak processing plant to life. Here at EDELHOLZ, parquets, stairs, straight- and chateau-planks are fabricated at the most high-end yet traditional way. Besides our standard collection with standard dimensions and colors, we produce special colors and dimensions tailored to large-scale projects.
Innovation and tradition
In our production, we combine the most modern technology with our carpenters’ dec-ade-long experience. They convey to us the past and tradition, and our high-tech and automated woodworking machines ensure the constant and high quality that distin-guishes us and sets us apart from our competitors.
Noble and timeless – these two properties are common for Hungarian oak, of which our EDELHOLZ floors and solid wood furniture are also made. Its beautiful light brown colour and unique structure are due to the favourable weather in Transdanubia, the soil and the careful work of Hungarian foresters for centuries! For us, quality control starts in the woods.
As a manufacturer, it is important to emphasize to our customers that we apply the principle of environmental awareness in the production of EDELHOLZ products. With the introduction of the FSC® system, we have joined the main goal set by the internationally recognized Forest Stewardship Council to promote responsible and sustainable forest management and forestry in the world. We procure our raw materials exclusively from domestic, Hungarian forests.
We managed to minimalize our carbon footprint by our locally cut, processed and sold products, as well with the 4000 pieces of solar panels have been installed on the roofs of our plant, which provide almost 50% of our energy needs for production.
We successfully participated in several large-scale development projects across Europe in the fields of:
- Historic building restorations
- Large scale public architecture
- Hospitality architecture
- Commercial & Office architecture
- Public Architecture