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High quality stretcher bars supplier since 1998

Premium quality redwood stretcher bars. Produced and polished to perfection by us to ensure accurate and tight fitting and a strong and sturdy canvas frame.

No rough edges or splinters.

Top quality materials ensure that the canvas frame stays straight for years. 

Stretcher bars

Materials we use for stretcher bars

As raw materials we mainly use premium certified Nordic and Baltic redwood (pine) and aspen.  

Canvas bars made from pine are sturdy and straight which means the canvas frame won’t break or crack easily. This makes stretching the canvas to the frame easier. We can also offer stretcher bars made from solid Nordic spruce.

We use knot-free and finger-jointed or finger-jointed and glulam wood only.

A comprehensive guide about what wood is best to use for making canvas stretcher bars can be found HERE.   



Stretcher bars made from glulam timber are durable, strong and consistent in quality. 

Knot free

Knot free

Knot free bars ensure both maximum strength and high quality.



Finger-jointed canvas bars stay straight and are more durable. 

Certified wood

Certified wood

Wood we use is certified, coming from responsibly managed forests.

Stretcher bar profiles and lengths

We have the capacity to offer a wide range of different profiles and lengths. We can produce standard profiles as well as custom profiles and lengths prior to our clients needs. 

Our most popular profiles are:
18×45 mm
20×43 mm
20×55 mm
20×65 mm
24×44 mm
38×35 mm
40×67 mm
40×45 mm
44×44 mm

Custom profiles and lengths are available.

stretcher bar profile

Crossbars for canvas frames

We can produce crossbars for different profiles and lengths.  Crossbars are made from the same high quality pine as stretcher bars. 

Crossbars are recommended to use for longer canvas frames to add additional support. 

stretcher bar with a crossbar

Canvas wedges

Canvas wedges are manufactured by us. We can offer different sizes of wedges depending on the profile of the stretcher bar. 

Canvas wedges can be in multiple ways:

  • Use wedges to finish up and tighten a new canvas frame.
  • Retighten ready-made canvas which has loosened
stretcher bar with wedges

Want additional information?

Contact us and we’ll get back to you within a couple working days.