In this download section you will find several brochures that have been compiled and/or collected for you by Gras Wood Wide.

Brochure Lunawood PDF_32x32 Download
Brochure Royal Wood PDF_32x32 Download
Brochure PureCedar (Western Red Cedar) PDF_32x32 Download
Brochure Zaans Zwart PDF_32x32 Download
Brochure ‘Maintenance of untreated softwood’ PDF_32x32 Download

Grass Wood Wide is fully certified. Here you can download and view our certificates.

FSC® Certificate PDF_32x32 Download
PEFC™ Certificate PDF_32x32 Download
CE Certificate of Conformity PDF_32x32 Download
CE Performance Statement PDF_32x32 Download
EUTR statement PDF_32x32 Download
ISPM 15 Certificate (NE-Hout) PDF_32x32 Download

Here you can download and view our declarations of performance.

Appendix No. 15a – Declaration of Performance GWW14 wall and façade cladding WRC interior application PDF_32x32 Download
Appendix No. 15b – Declaration of performance GWW15 pine wall and façade cladding inside PDF_32x32 Download
Annex No 15c – Declaration of Performance GWW18 wall and façade cladding Lunawood-D outdoor application PDF_32x32 Download
Appendix No 15d – Declaration of Performance GWW16 wall and façade cladding Silawood PDF_32x32 Download
Appendix No 15e – Declaration of Performance GWW17 wall and façade cladding WRC outdoor application PDF_32x32 Download
Appendix No. 15f – Declaration of performance GWW19 wall and façade cladding Zaans black preserved PDF_32x32 Download
Appendix No 15h – Declaration of Performance GWW20 wall and façade cladding Sealwood gr-vr PDF_32x32 Download

Gras Wood Wide is a member of the VVNH (Royal Association of Dutch Timber Companies). Download our Terms and Conditions of Sale here.

Terms and Conditions of Sale (NL) PDF_32x32 Download

We have collected several external websites for you with interesting additional information. Feel free to take a look.

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Programme for the Endorsement of Forest Certification (PEFC™) Visit website... Visit website >
Forest Stewardship Council (FSC®) Visit website... Visit website >


FSC logoFSC® (Forest Stewardship Councel) is a global, independent organisation that aims to promote responsible forest management. Its members include forest owners and environmental organisations. Gras Wood Wide is FSC® certified as a trading company (Chain of Custody).

Our certificate number is: SKH-COC-000017.

PEFC™ (Programme for the Endorsement of Forest Certification schemes) was set up by several European organisations. The certificate indicates that the wood supplied from the FORESTS certified with PEFC™ is sustainably managed. Gras Wood Wide is PEFC™ gecertificeerd als handelsbedrijf (Chain of Custody).

Ons certificaatnummer is: SKH-PEFC-COC-5010.


Most of construction products must have a CE marking since the entry into effect of the new Building Act (1 April 2012) if there is a appropriate standard. This is the case for structural wood, cladding and wooden floors. Constructive wood may only be marked if the company has a declaration of conformity.

CE marking on structural wood mandatory

The coexistence period for wood for constructive applications according to NEN-EN 14081 ‘Wood constructions – by strength sorted wood with a rectangular cross-section’ ended as of 31-12-2011. This means that all wood traded for constructive applications since 1 January 2012 must be made of a CE brand. CE marking is an obligation applicable to manufacturers of construction products as soon as the product is included in the Building Products Directive and is traded in Europe. The aim of CE marking is to create free trade within Europe. CE therefore stands for Conformité Européenne or freely translated it into conforming to European rules and standards.

The European Timber Regulation (EUTR 995/2010) came into force on 3 March 2013. The EUTR prohibits the entry into the internal market of illegally harvested timber and its products. In accordance with the EUTR, it is not a requirement for operators and/or traders to provide a declaration/certificate that the timber and/or wood products supplied are in conformity with the EUTR. However, there are obligations that ‘market participants’ and ‘traders’ must meet.