Long ago the quality of a wooden house depended on the location of the factory. A factory in the north used wood from the north, which was growing more slowly and was denser and heavier.
But times have changed. First of all there is a very active European wood market, and just like oil, wood is a raw material that is being actively traded all over the world. Also modern wood treatment techniques have improved the quality of wood as a building material in such a way that nowadays more factors come into play. It is not just northern wood that is a good building material. Continue reading
Building a Wooden House
A wooden house construction involves many choices and decisions to be made. It starts with a builder search, then follows – house design, construction type and list goes on and on. This time we want to explain a wooden house interior finishing possibilities. Even if it is going to be a wooden house your interior walls and ceilings could be finished in many techniques. We will explain about three main techniques used for a wooden house interior:
From design to a finished built log house. Custom made, solid construction and top quality materials.
Our production facilities are based in Lithuania, but most of our clients are in Scandinavia, Benelux and France. How do we transport a wooden house?
Unloading a truck with log packages for a wooden house
Why do we use laminated wood? Why is laminated wood better than an old-fashioned simple solid log? This post will try to explain.
For log-houses you can use three types of wood:
- dried wood
- non-dried wood
- laminated wood
Dried wood is cut down, peeled and then dried in a drier room. At sixty degrees Celcius the wood will dry with a speed of one centimeter per day and so a forty centimeter log will have to stay in the drier for twenty days. Continue reading