Timber & Finish
All Bereco products are fully factory finished as standard with a choice of softwood or hardwood engineered timber.
Introduce a splash of colour with your choice of any RAL, BS or NCS colour.
We can replicate any colour from the Farrow & Ball range.
Our range of translucent stains add colour whilst allowing the natural character, grain and beauty of the timber to show through.
A contrasting door frame & leaf or window sash & frame creates a design statement.
Bereco are one of the few companies to offer dual colour paint and stain options on both finishes to suit internal decor and external facade.
Paint Application Scheme
Bereco are one of only 2 suppliers in the UK with membership to the BM TRADA Q-Mark Paint Application Scheme. Membership to the scheme is voluntary and demonstrates our continued commitment to supplying products that are factory finished to the highest possible standard.
Bereco Clean & Care Sets
Our care sets have been specially developed to keep the finish looking like the day your products were installed whilst maintaining the all important weather resistance and water repellent properties of the coating.
All Bereco products are supplied in softwood or hardwood.
Softwood products are manufactured using defect free, laminated Scandinavian Pine with either a clear or finger jointed surface.
Hardwood products are manufactured using defect free, laminated Dark Red Meranti with a clear surface.
Engineered or Multi Layered Timber
Engineered or multi-layered timber is used throughout our ranges and products. Opposing grain direction, combined with removal of the natural defects inherent in timber such as knots and shakes help add significant strength to product sections.
Safe in the knowledge no defects are located around critical locations, engineered timber is also key to reducing the effects of warp and twist ensuring longevity and performance.
Finger Jointed or Clear Timber
Finger jointed timber is used on Redwood products with a painted finish. This is a cost effective option and joints in the timber cannot be seen through the paint.
Clear timber is used on all Hardwood products and on Redwood products with a stained finish. Clear faced timber ensures no grain change is visible through finger joints.