Real manual labour
The charm of wood manufacturing
At Wimmer, manufacturing is synonymous with manual labour and tradition. Our carpenters make decisions with their many years of experience and special instinct, which board is suitable. Because only a trained eye knows how it will look later on the laid floor. The special quality of a Wimmer floorboard is therefore not only visible but above all perceptible. Feel this quality day in and day out too – with a Wimmer wooden floor.
Step by step the handwriting of the masters
Well over 100 different steps lead to the perfect Wimmer floorboards – even today most of them require real manual labour. This work comes from the feeling, the experience and the passion of our carpenters. Because they make your floorboards into an experience of the senses.
With a trained eye, the suitable logs are hand-picked in the woods or in the sawmill.
Saw veneers are dried over several weeks both using traditional methods as well as in modern drying chambers.
The modern 3 layer floorboard has dimensional stability and is pressed with elastic glue.
Small wood defects from natural and rustic sorting are corrected and cemented with resin.
The longstanding tongue-and-groove joint is milled in the floorboard.
The planning of a floorboard is just one of the many traditional methods of surface processing.
Floorboards are refined with oil and wax multiple times over several days and are made hard-wearing.