LOG HOUSES TECHNOLOGY

Spruce Logs thickness and shapes

Rectangle

D-shape

Timber log houses (16cm Ø; 20cm Ø; 24cm Ø rectangle spruce logs)

The construction of a standard roofed building shell includes:

  • The construction of outside spruce logs walls (16 cm, 20 or 24cm), notched at corners. Logs are planed, not sanded.
  • The gabble wall timber-frame construction (above the knee wall) with the 27 x 140 or 27 x 210 mm façade board. The gabble walls construction is not planed.
  • The internal 16 cm, 20cm or 24 cm spruce log walls construction on the ground floor, notched at corners. Logs are planed, not sanded. Constructed according to the plan.
  • The construction of the attic internal walls, not planed.
  • Ceiling: joists are planed, unpainted + the 20 mm ceiling raised floor (ceiling board), planed, sanded, and unpainted.
  • EURO windows from glued laminated spruce timber, tilt-hung, double glazed (U-1.1 units), according to the Stollux template, painted as per the instruction from client.
  • The main door made out of spruce wood according to the Stollux template, painted as per the instruction from client.
  • Roof purlins, rafters, steam permeable foil, formwork boards 25 mm, roofing felt, planks on roof projections beyond the roof area
  • Construction on the building site

All of the construction elements are impregnated with acaricides, fire-proofing agent, fungicide and insecticide.

The roofed building shell does not include the following finishing and installation works: Thermal wool insulation of the roof + panelling or plasterboards; ceiling 100 mm thermal wool insulation (soundproofing) + floors (30 mm spruce boards); sealing spaces between logs with wood wool- single or double sided; filling partition walls with thermal wool insulation; finishing of internal walls with plasterboards or panelling 20 x 140 or 27 x 210 mm thick; imitation of wooden logs 40 x 210 mm thick inside the construction; roof covering – ceramic, concrete and steel tiles, roofing shingle or thatching, sanding and painting of the external and internal building walls and floors; waxing of the internal walls; roof windows; window muntin(1) bars; electrical and plumbing installations.
At the moment, we also INCLUDE inside wooden staircases and inside wooden doors in our standards.

 

(1) A muntin in US usage is a strip of wood or metal separating and holding panes of glass in a window. Muntins are also called “muntin bars”, “glazing bars”, or “sash bars”. Muntins can be found in doors, windows and furniture, typically in western styles of architecture. Muntins divide a single window sash or casement into a grid system of small panes of glass, called “lights” or “lites”. In UK usage a muntin is a vertical member in timber paneling or a door separating two panels. (Source: Wikipedia.org)

Solid oval logs

30cm to 40 cm and over.

Using 30-40cm solid oval shape logs, we can build the most solid, natural and the warmest log houses.

Timber log houses (30 and 40 cm Ø)

The construction of a standard 30 cm or 40cm roofed building shell includes:

  • The construction of outside 30 cm or 40cm spruce logs walls with 20% tolerance, notched at corners. Logs are planed, not sanded,
  • The gabble wall timber-frame construction (above the knee wall) with the 27 x 140 or 27 x 210 mm façade board. The gabble walls construction is not planed,
  • The internal 30 cm spruce logs walls with 20% tolerance construction on the ground floor, notched at corners. Logs are planed, not sanded,
  • The construction of the attic internal walls, not planed,
  • Sealing spaces between logs with wood wool, single or double sided
  • Ceiling: joists are planed, unpainted + the 20 mm ceiling raised floor (ceiling board), planed, sanded, and unpainted,
  • EURO windows from glued laminated spruce timber, tilt-hung, double glazed (U-1.1 units), according to the Stollux template, painted as per the instruction from client or old style double glazed casement windows,
  • The main door made out of spruce wood according to the Stollux template, painted as per the instruction from client,
  • Roof – roof purlins, rafters, steam permeable foil, formwork boards 25 mm, roofing felt, planks on roof projections beyond the roof area,
  • Construction on the building site

ALL of the construction elements are impregnated with acaricides, fire-proofing agent, fungicide and insecticide.

The roofed building shell does not include the following finishing and installation works:
Thermal wool insulation of the roof + panelling or plasterboards, ceiling 100 mm thermal wool insulation (soundproofing) + floors (30 mm spruce boards), roof covering – ceramic, concrete and steel tiles, roofing shingle or thatching, painting of the external and internal building walls and floors, waxing of the internal walls, roof windows, electrical and plumbing installations
In our standards we now INCLUDE inside wooden staircases and inside wooden doors.

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