Reed board

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Reed board is compressed reed entwined with zinc wires. It measures  2m x 0,6m, with thicknesses of 5 and 2,5 cm. The reed board has two usages – it can be installed as a base under plaster or used in interior decoration.

Reed board is an environmentally friendly material and has been used in construction for centuries. Nowadays it is often used in gardening and design as well.

Reed board has been used for  insulating walls and ceilings (especially in wooden houses), and as sound insulation (as it has very good sound absorption qualities).  The boards are plastered with lime or clay for fire safety. Reed board is good for using under plaster.

Reed board has been used, for example, to cover blockhouses, for insulating limestone manor houses, and as a base mat under plaster to keep it from cracking due to humidity. Reed board and traditional plasters 'breathe'. Building and repairing houses using the right materials ensures its occupants good health, excellent condition for the building itself and is also environmentally friendly. Reed board is easy to install and work on.


The reed board is quite versatile. It is, for example, possible to use it for making window hatches, fences for houses or shelters in the garden.

Because of its qualities, reed board has found usage all over the world. This indicates people's awareness of the need to preserve nature and establish a healthy environment.

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