Do you have differences in level in your garden? Do you want to fortify these differences in level? Wooden woven panels can be used as a retaining wall. Woven panels are made by weaving thin wooden strips around transversal wooden strips. This imparts a certain strength to the woven wood. Woven panels require little maintenance, are easy to install and cheaper than other materials.
From accentuating or fortifying differences in level to bordering a pond, woven panels can do it all. Do you want to reinforce the brook next to your house? Woven panels are a good choice for this purpose. They are cost-effective, durable and easy to install. The wood is thin, but by weaving it, it gains strength, making woven panels a cost-effective option.
The most commonly used wood species for woven panels are Angelim Vermelho, Azobe and Okan. Due to their excellent water resistance properties, these tropical hardwood species are often used in road and water works and in bank structures. It is also ideal to compensate for differences in level in the garden.
Due to the combination of budget friendliness, durability and ease of installation, woven panels increasingly find application as soil retaining walls. The main reason why customers choose tropical hardwood is that it is much cheaper than all other forms of foundation. With a retaining wall supplied by Jadimex, you can be sure to have a durable product. All our wood species are ideally suited for outdoor applications and are able to withstand extreme weather conditions. The woven panels will develop a beautiful grey patina over time.
Jadimex produces its own woven panels at its subsidiary plant in Romania. Quality is one of our priorities, so you can be sure that our woven panels are of sound construction and durable. Moreover, we always carry a large stock.