Mark-Drew Company is a producer of glued elements. Glued laminated timber is produced from solid wood of deciduous or coniferous trees. It is made of slat boards that are laterally finger-jointed and then glued to each other with the parallel grain.

The production of finger-jointed glued elements is economic–the production is always cheaper than comparable solid glued laminated timber, and the glued laminated timber itself is very durable. The multiplicity of glued connections results in higher endurance than glued laminated timber made from entire wooden boards.

To glue the elements, High and Medium Density Fibreboards, and natural veneer represent the base.

Our glued elements are a completely natural product, which means it’s ecological. They are characterized by useful and esthetic assets. Glued boards have a lower tendency to buckling, bending and cracking.