What does "finger-jointed" mean?
Finger-jointed means that individual pieces of wood are glued together with wedges and thus form an extremely durable connection. The glue is a weatherproof construction glue - specially approved for load-bearing constructions outdoors. Finger-jointed timber is also used for large roof constructions when long distances have to be bridged. The results of load tests also speak for the very good durability: First the wood breaks - only then does the finger jointing come loose.