with laminate Finnish logs
MAXIMUM ALLOWED THERMAL CONDUCTIVITY VALUE (U)
PER CLIMATE ZONE
(the smaller U value of your climate zone (area) is, the better insulation is needed)
Finnish laminate masonry
We use only Finnish laminate timber which does not crack and has improved fire-resistance. It has the right percentage of humidity (12%-14%), since it is processed in a drier. It is the best choice as a building material for your new house.
Metal galvanized bolts, screwed through the masonry, which they augment by their mechanical characteristics and strength. They offer improved assembly to the wooden masonry, tightening the logs in between them.
It acts as a link between the logs but also as reinforcement. Made by wood of equal quality to the masonry, it results in further improvement of the construction against load cause by horizontal forces.
Using these metal brackets, the construction is firmly connected to the reinforced concrete base. This way, we have a “tight” construction with improved mechanical strength and better antiseismic behavior.
These are waterproofing sheets, placed at the bottom of each wooden masonry element. They protect the logs from wear that could occur from possible moisture cumulation on the concrete base.
Self adhesive water insulating tape
It is applied on each log twice, improving the water-proofing of the construction and offering excellent insulation to your new house.
Corner connection insulating material
At the corners where the beams are crossed, we apply an insulating material which offers great thermo and water insulation to the construction, improving the energy characteristics of the house.