The ceramic roof membrane is 3 layers, vapor permeable (breathable), but completely waterproof. Protects roofs from condensation, rain, snow, dust and all weather conditions. Due to its high vapor permeability, it simultaneously allows the ventilation of houses from the inside.
The basic heat-insulating material of masonry. The natural mineral wool offers excellent thermal insulation, sound insulation and fire resistance (category A1-non-combustible materials). Raw materials for the production of mineral wool fiber are the rocks amphibolite, dolomite, or limestone and bauxite. Mineral wool is produced in an electric oven. This method is advantageous, over the blast furnace method applied until now, because dimensional uniformity is achieved in the produced fibers through the constantly controlled temperature of the melt and it yields a zero burden on the environment in contrast to that of the blast furnace.
Certified material (EN13163 certification) with high thermal insulation capacity. It is self-extinguishing and waterproof. It also acts as a vapor barrier. In addition, it has soundproofing properties.
It is used to provide sufficient clearance between the timber finish and the roof structure
With these metal corners, the construction is ABSOLUTELY connected to the reinforced concrete base. In this way, we have a "bonded" construction with INCREASED MECHANICAL STRENGTHS and IMPROVED ANTI-SEAMIC BEHAVIOR.
Extremely durable gypsum board from Knauf, 15 mm thick, fire resistant with a reinforced core, which allows us to hang loads on the walls up to 55 kg per hanging point.
It provides insulation to the construction and protects against moisture, without allowing the appearance of water vapor that could gradually cause damage to the construction.
Waterproofing of the base of the wall using an impregnated beam, USE-Class 3 type. They protect the logs from damage that could have possible moisture in the base from the concrete, improving the durability of the house.