Log house production is the craft ascending from ancient times.
Human beings have been learning to apply and process timber
as the most popular raw material for many centuries.
Development of the latest materials,
advanced technologiesand a growing need in organic
and natural living has opened a lot of new opportunities
for the production of log houses.
Work in the Northern Europe whilst observing Scandinavian traditions
and building up our experience have contributed to a number of engineering solutions,
which we are currently using as our production standard.
These principles and techniques are constantly being improved; thus,
we are sure that the quality of log houses which we offer you is one of the highest
ones in today’s market, and we are pleased to refer to it as elite.
We use trimmed logs for a log framework.
Timber is exposed to temperature and humidity impact
in a dry kiln according to the selected algorithm, until the core reaches 20% of humidity.
The entire process, depending on the thickness (210-250 mm) of the trimmed log,
takes 60 to 90 days. Carpenters select dried logs for a future house; after that,
they manually cut a framework in accordance with Norwegian technology
known as the Norwegian-style corner. The next stage is inspection of the cut log framework
on the factory, carried out by the customer. Then, the framework is disassembled, packed,
and transported to the location of your house construction.
Between the logs, we embed linen or wool as a house sealing.
Trimmed timber has several advantages:
• Wooden structure is visible on both exterior and interior on the house;
• The cut corner has higher quality and is protected from the outside humidity;
• Increases the size of interior.
The outside log walls are covered
with special Norwegian resin Milebrendt Tretjære.
Based on your land plot soil analysis, our experts will determine the foundation type and structure.
For the foundation and concrete panels, one of the highest quality thermal insulation
and waterproofing materials are used. For foundation finishing, we use bricks or building stones.
Foundation and chimney finishing is often combined.
It’s recommended to install underfloor heating system.
For dry interior, oak floors are mostly used;
for damp – building stone, tiles, teak.
Chimneys and fireplaces provide comfort to your home.
If you want to use natural heat, we can install geothermal heating.
Принцип работы теплового насоса:
Использование такой системы отопления позволяет извлекать из окружающей среды до 80 процентов
энергии, необходимой для отопления Вашего дома.
For a house interior finishing, we use a special emulsion-Lasur,
made on the basis of beeswax, natural resins, and linseed oil (Aidol Dekor-Wachs-Lasur, Germany), or wood oil.
Upon Your request, we can choose a color for flooring boards and walls.
Outdoor terraces, which can be optionally heated,
are made of larch, marabou, balau, meranti, and other types of wood.
We use hidden fittings for installation of terraces.
Three types of roof cladding are used for log houses:
Earth-based. Since immemorial times, this type of roof has been used in Scandinavia,
where it is still popular. It’s a news for majority that these roofs are extremely durable,
long-lasting, undemanding, beautiful, and varied.
They are particularly suitable for log houses.
Tiles. We offer you the best ones on the market.
Reed. Our craftsmen can design for you an artistic and stylish cladding.
Complying with all the technological norms, the roof will serve you for ages.
We are happy to answer all your questions related
to possible engineering solutions and finishing techniques.
There are links to some samples of facades,
plans, units, layers listed below, that we use for construction of log houses:
1. Facades 1
2. Facades 2
3. I floor plan
4. II floor plan
5. Base assembly (oak floor)
6. Base assembly (tile floor)
7. Flooring assembly (oak floor)
8. Cornice assembly unit (grass roof)
9. Window assembly unit