Palmako are major manufactures of timber garden cabins and buildings based in Estonia norther Europe. Between their two manufacturing plants they annually produce over 35,000 garden log cabin and buildings each year. The company is now just over 15 years old and very proud of it reputation in the European market place.With this in mind it is now supplying a selected ground of retailers in the Uk of which City Centre Sheds are proud to be one of those selected to supply this fine product.
In addition to this they specialise in the production of glue laminated timbers. A process where timbers are cut down to thiner sections then rejoined back together using special water resistant glues under high pressure. This make the timber up to 4 times stronger than its equivalent no laminated version. Shortly this high quality timber will be introduced in to a range of garden log cabins in 2015Call 0151 324 1157 and talk to a knowledgeable log cabin agent
The business ethics behind Palmako is to sell quality timber products of a high standard to an environmentally conscientious client .
The products are now well recognised as by using FSC -certified products such as Nordic spruce and the very latest machine technology its effect on the environment are minimal
Palmako is owned by the Lemeks Group which is one of the largest forestry processing companies in Estonia with a turn over of 92 m euros in 2011 so with this much experience you are assured of a quality well engineered product
Estonia it self is well known for being Europe's leading country for wood processing , with more than 50% of Country covered with forests.
Some of the oldest wooden homes date back over 300 years in Estonia , with this centuries old tradition Palmako are proud to be associated with this energy saving , warm and more importantly sustainable material - Wood.
We not only offer the basic cabin supply service but a full range of other associated services
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