Value to those who preserve.

Wood, the most sustainable material on the planet!

Fact 1 : “Trees capture CO2 from the atmosphere and store it as carbon.”

Fact 2 : “Mature trees are harvested and their carbon ‘stored’ in buildings and other wood products.”

Fact 3 : “Using wood instead of other materials saves CO2 emissions, both through the carbon captured in the wood product and by avoiding COintensive alternative materials. 2.”

We bring you the best selection of woods.

We are committed to purchasing wood that has been produced, processed and marketed in accordance with applicable legislation, and where harvested trees are proven to be of legal origin, as well as legality throughout the entire supply chain.    


Located in Porto, Lumber was founded in 2011.

With a young and experienced team, operating in Brazil since 1999, Lumber focuses on the production and distribution of Brazilian Tropical Wood.

Its partners Tap Timber and Luxor Timber, located in Itaituba, Brazil, guarantee access to quality and certified wood that makes it possible to satisfy their customers in Europe just-in-time.

In 2019, Lumber started a partnership in Portugal with CWFloors, valuing quality, creating product diversity and getting closer to its customers.

some numbers

Average permanent stocke

3000 m3

of wood (cubic meters)

368 s

of time for our forests to sequester this amount of CO2 (seconds)

5000 t

CO2 stored in wood products (tonnes)

The forest is still alive.

“By quantifying the range of GHG (greenhouse gas) benefits achieved by substituting wood, this meta-analysis offers a clear climate argument for favor wood products over other building materials, on the condition that forests are managed sustainably and that waste is used responsibly.
That’s why any effective global strategy aimed at mitigating climate change and transitioning to a carbon neutral economy should include sustainable forest management for production continued and effective use of wood products.”

Sathre, Roger and O’Connor, Jennifer, A Synthesis of Research on Wood Products & Greenhouse Gas Impacts, 2nd edition, Vancouver (British Columbia), FPInnovations, October 2010.
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