Fabric

Wherever possible we use 'Regentex 12' canvas as we believe it is the best available for most types of structure.

It is flame retardant, tested to BS7837:1996 and impregnated with anti-rot and waterproofing agents. It is mostly cotton canvas but has a synthetic content to the cloth that makes it stronger, less likely to stretch and more long lasting than pure canvas of the same weight.It comes in cream, sand and dark green. The cream cloth is stunning and lets a lot of light through but can mark easily. The sand is a lovely light natural tone which shows dirty marks less than the cream. the dark green lets least light through but shows dirt the least and so so is more practical for structures exposed to muddy conditions.

For Yurts and Domes we an also use heavyweight cotton canvas or lighter weight canvas which is available in a wider range of colours. For some applications particularly smaller structures such as awnings where the fabric must be lighter weight or a
particular colour we use some synthetic fabrics such as coated polyester.

Wood

We source our timber from a variety of suppliers depending on the projects requirements. We try to use locally and sustainably sourced timber where we can, particularly hardwood and poles for Yurts or Tipis and use quality FSC certified timber elsewhere.

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