The wood we use
The timber of the dock frame is certified Nordic Wood Protection (NTR) Class A, which means that it is intended for use in soil and water. Because we use the right timber in the right place, the Swedish Wood Protection Association offers a 20-year guarantee against rot in the dock timber. The deck of the raft is similarly NTR Class A and is specially ordered in finger-jointed lengths, allowing us to build decks with 8-meter-long planks entirely without joints.
The dock frame’s deck
The deck is screwed on with stainless steel screws. This is time-consuming and is something that practically no other dock manufacturers take the time to do, but instead nail their docks or rafts using galvanized nails. This method does not give the same beautiful, solid decks and, most importantly, the same lifespan.
You can choose what kind of railings you would like on your sauna raft. It is naturally important that the sauna raft fits into its environment, and we therefore adapt the design of the railings according to your specifications.