Pabst sawn timber
Rooted & authentic in the Mur Valley.
Sawn timber that leaves our sawmill is made from domestic spruce that grow slowly and protected in our woods 700 to 1,200 m above sea level. This yields carefully grown, healthy and sustainably groomed timber.
Sawn timber is one of the most popular materials in all fields of building. Above all, its optimum ratio between strength and weight makes it indispensable as formwork material for roof coverings or concrete work, as posts for scaffolding, as squared lumber for wooden constructions or as façade wood.
Our wood stores CO2 which makes it a climate-neutral raw material.
We only use raw materials from natural forestry – sustainable across generations.
For our sawn timber, we only use trees from Styrian mountain forests.
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Your Pabst Timber team
Pabst-CLT in actionread more
Those in Lower Austria who contemplate getting themselves a garden shed, raised flower bed or a wooden deck visit Holz-Wahl. This family-run business beats every DIY building centre for its employees take the time to provide personal advice, guiding the customer onto the right path.read more
We have taken a look behind the curtains. What do the Managing Directors of Pabst Timber think about their company, the raw material wood, their regular customers and how do they define home?read more
The guest room of the old Groggerhof inn is well filled with hunting trophies, mementos and lots of memories – but these cannot be seen but rather must be felt or requested. Where? From the regular customers, of course. Or directly at innkeeper Eva Ederer.read more
Many, many running metres of wood have already been delivered to Castellamonte near Turin. There, Bottino Legnami supplies roof trusses to the entire region, built with the sustainable raw material from the Mur Valley. A cooperation that has grown over many years and will continue to do so.read more
Robert Scheiber’s kingdom lies in the woods near Obdach – he makes sure that spruce, larch and stone pine are well cared for. There are no computers at his workplace, he rather puts in many hours of overtime and the winter there is just enchanting.read more
Once upon a time there was a forest in Glein near Knittelfeld. In this forest, the trees simply grew perfectly, splendid annual ring by splendid annual ring and what counted in the end was sustainability. Because without that, nothing works in the forestry business. You trust in the work of the generations before you and do your best to secure the wood of the future.read more
Amazing beauty in many different shades – for example as a roof truss in a single-family home, as a wide-span main beam in a large hall or as a support or column.read more