Wooden garden architecture products are characterized by naturalness, versatility of use and with long-term durability. Wood products are used in our gardens not only for utility but also for aesthetic purposes. Wood is primarily a natural raw material that changes during use. It is worth knowing that the resulting changes result from the properties of wood and are a natural thing, often representing its charm.

Below are the changes that can be seen on wood products that are the result of their natural exploitation and which do not constitute a warranty.


Wood exposed to atmospheric conditions, especially changes in temperature and humidity, may undergo natural microcracks. The resulting cracks do not change the strength and durability of the wood.

Resin leaks:

The products we offer are made of pine wood, whose natural feature is resin spills. Resin spills do not change the rules and durability of wood. Resin leaks can easily be removed with a knife and sandpaper.


Discoloration in the form of a change in color or gray is a natural effect of UV radiation and the effect of changing weather conditions. Despite the pressure impregnation that we subject all our products to, we can observe discoloration after a few months. The natural change of color (fading) and graying do not cause changes in the strength and durability of wood.


The heterogeneous structure of wood determines its uniqueness. The size and distribution of knots is decided by nature, which makes each wood element unique. The occurrence of healthy knots, which are characterized by different distribution, do not cause any changes in the strength and durability of the wood in any way.

Surface roughness:

The roughness of the surface of wooden products usually appears near the knots where the greatest differences in density and hardness of wood occur. In spite of the mechanical treatment, rough surfaces may appear on the surface, which results from the inhomogeneous structure of the raw material. The roughness of the surface does not change the strength and hardness of the wood.

Differences in shades:

Wood has its natural, unique and above all inhomogeneous color. The differences in the saturation of pigments are also characteristic for wood. As a result, the natural thing is the occurrence of differences in the shades of wooden products.

Solo-resinous dyes:

Characteristic white-and-green coloring on the wood surface is the result of pressure impregnation of the product (in order to properly protect the products, we subject them to pressure impregnation at the plant). The resulting dyes are substances of resin origin displaced from the inside of the wood by impregnation, and more specifically the salt compounds contained therein. Solo-resin stains usually disappear under the influence of water (eg after a few rainy days). The occurrence of the described colors does not affect the durability of wood.

Dimensional and weight fluctuations:

Changes in the volume of wood are its natural feature. The size of the wood depends primarily on humidity. Wood strives to maintain the moisture balance, and therefore absorbs and releases water, as a result of which it swells or shrinks.

By analogy with the volume, the weight of wood products changes, which increases with the swelling of wood, and decreases as a result of shrinkage.