We here at Mensell manufacture and supply timber from Siberian Larch. Unlike other cladding and timber sites we have direct contact with suppliers from the most northernly region of the forest territories - like that of the Irkutsk region Lake Baikal region and Krasnoyarsk Territory (The Angara River coast). Why go so far you may ask when it's grown all over Siberia, Eastern Europe, Scandinavia and even Scotland...? Well, we feel and know where to get the very best product grown in the harshest of climates, these trees grow more slowly and with that comes strength and beauty. These are products that are being used aesthetically and for their rigidity so why look elsewhere. Mensell are determined to bring you the best possible Larch species that will credit your landscaping or home improvement investment.
You can buy terrace and deck board, cladding, planken, lining, and also order other larch timber products at low prices. This isn't undercutting - we simply have lower overheads than others so can get you better quality product still at affordable prices.
From large companies to SME's and the public - we want to sell to all BUT we want to sell you a quality product that will last and preserve well to look and feel good throughout its lifespan as well as yours.
Our staff of professional artisans manufacture customised as well as generic profiles.
Why not pop us an email or give us a call and see how we may best serve you...
Larix sibirica, the Siberian Larch or Russian Larch, is a frost-hardy tree native to Western Russia, from close to the Finnish border east to the Yenisei valley in central Siberia, where it hybridises with the Dahurian Larch L. gmelinii of Eastern Siberia. History has shown Siberian Larch as a very valuable and durable building material. Many masterpieces of world architecture are famous for their beauty and longevity thanks to this unique natural material. Due to its resistance to rot, larch wood is especially valuable for posts, poles, railroad tie sleepers, and mine props. It is also used in many velodromes around the world as the track surface including the Manchester Velodrome and the Velodrome Krylatskoye in Moscow.