The new log products are not only stylish but utilize sustainable construction materials and artisan builders.
Roseburg, Ore. (PRWEB) March 15, 2012
Romtec has long produced parks and recreation structures like concession buildings, kiosks, and storage sheds. With the summer construction months ahead, adding log pavilions, tables, and benches to this list creates an impressive breadth for retailing to city, state, and federal parks across the country.
The new log products are not only stylish but utilize sustainable construction materials and artisan builders. A primary concern with using logs as a construction material is the conservation of natural resources. Green building is a growing focus in the construction industry.
“Romtec uses only green standing-deads, referred to by loggers as ‘snags,’” said Ryan Smith, Romtec’s National Sales Manager. “These are trees that have recently died of natural causes but have not yet begun to deteriorate.”
Their removal is also an important aspect of forest management.
Romtec employs Oregon craftsmen who, using remarkable ability, create seamless notch joinery for log tables, benches, and pavilions. The Douglas Fir logs are hand peeled and sealed with Cabot Natural water-based sealant to ensure their longevity.
Romtec sells pavilions in sizes up to 35 ft. by 45 ft. that can include log tables or benches in the design. The handcrafted structures are sustainable and iconic options that characterize the pioneering spirit of the American West.
Romtec Inc. is a national designer, manufacturer, and supplier of pre-engineered public restroom buildings and other public utility structures. We can provide turnkey installation. Romtec Inc. is a privately owned company founded in 1977. Romtec Inc. is located at 18240 North Bank Rd. in Roseburg, Oregon. They can be reached at 541-496-3541 or by visiting http://www.Romtec.com