No, this is a common myth. At Domus Arbor, we use three- or four-layer laminated beams of various profiles to manufacture our windows. This structure makes the moulding much more resistant and rigid compared to solid wood.
While wood does react to humidity variations, irreversible changes only occur with prolonged contact with water (e.g. exposure to 90% humidity for two weeks), which is unlikely to happen in real life. Additionally, our windows undergo five stages of finishing, ensuring their durability against atmospheric impacts.
Additionally, our windows undergo five stages of finishing (impregnation, primer application, waterproofing varnish application, plus 2 coats of varnish, oil or paint), ensuring their durability against atmospheric impacts.