Log houses are mostly ecological houses. Logs hold the natural balance of humidity inside the house. If there is a big humidity in the rooms, log walls absorb it. When the climate in the rooms become dry, the wood return the humidity to the air.
Our company can offer a wide range of log houses. The thickness of our produced logs can vary from 45mm (logs of such thickness are suitable for garden houses and small holiday houses) to 200mm.
Recently the most popular houses are log houses from profiled logs of thickness 140mm and 200mm. Such houses are very popular in Scandinavian countries – Sweden and Norway. When non woven flax texture is used for isolate gaps between logs, houses are suitable for living all the year round.
Most popular houses in Scandinavian countries are houses produced according their traditions – walls are produced from logs of thickness 200mm and more, logs of different height and connection of the corners made according Norwegian technology.
The connection of corners according Norwegian technology is unique, because logs drying and sinking join together in the corners very good and do not let to the logs to deform due to their inside tension. More intensive desiccation and sinking more tight connection.
Today the thermal resistance of living houses' walls according Lithuanian requirements must be no less than 5 m2.K/W.The thermal resistance of 200mm log wall is only 1,95 m2.K/W. So, we offer to warm the outside walls in two ways: