Today’s Treku is the result of yesterday’s experience and tomorrow’s thought, it is a technology and, above all, a lumber trade that has been in the DNA of its carpentry for years.
They have managed to combine tradition and naturalness with large doses of modernity.
Nobles and quality combined with fresher and modern materials.
Modern machinery occupies most of the surface of its factory but the fingers and eyes are still a fundamental part of the manufacturing process. It is those eyes and fingers that select knots and flowers in the oak veneers; those in charge of making a piece of furniture look the best toasted that characterizes walnut; or those who are able to visualize the pink flashes that American oak will emit in the following years as it ages.