In our houses we only use wood from Austrian forests that are sustainably managed. Combined with cork and wood fibre as insulating materials, the living spaces we create are truly natural. Thanks to their timeless aesthetics and outstanding workmanship, our houses will also satisfy the demands of generations to come, so preserving the natural resources of our planet. At GRIFFNER healthy building first and foremost has to do with quality, with this above all manifesting itself in the composition of the products used.
INVESTING IN THE FUTURE
We are anxious to protect your quality of life. For our houses we only use renewable raw materials in order to preserve our natural living environment for future generations. Timber, cork and wood fibre ensure a healthy, low-pollution indoor climate and can be recycled without producing any residuary substances.
We can’t generally see, hear or feel harmful substances. They are nonetheless a major obstacle to healthy living. As timber is a natural building material, this means that GRIFFNER houses are ecologically and biologically harmless, dispensing with pollutants here. As a green insulating material, wood fibre not only offers excellent insulating properties, but is also vapour-permeable, environmentally compatible and capable of being recycled.
The organic material timber is able to adjust its moisture content to the climate around it. This means that with high humidity levels it will extract water from the air inside and release it again if the air is dry. The relative humidity in the house therefore always remains within an agreeable range.