Element

What is an element house?

An element house consists of plane separate wooden elements assembled
together on site.

What does our delivery set include?

  • Wall elements
    • External wall elements. The elements are insulated  and weatherboarding has already been mounted in the factory. Tubes and boxes for electric
      installation, internal gypsum boards, windows, balcony doors with sheet metals over and under, also boards around these have been installed.
    • Internal wall elements. Closed insulated element panels with tubes and boxes for electric installation.
  • Inserted ceiling elements. Elements are insulated in the factory and
    covered with covered with chipboard. Ceiling gypsum and the battens will be mounted on site.
  • Roof elements or materials. Roof elements are insulated in the factory,
    the gap between rafters is filled with mineral wool, roof underlay and
    battens will be mounted on the beams. Roof covering materials and
    layers beneath vapour barrier (ceiling battens and gypsum) will be mounted on site.
  • Balcony elements
  • Terrace elements
  • Balcony and terrace railings

All this will be delivered to the building site and mounted according to the
customer’s order.

When we leave the building site, the building will be totally ready outside and finished with gypsum board inside.

NB! When it comes to element houses, we are first and foremost the producer and don’t carry out special works like the foundation, sewage and water supply, electricity cabling, plumbing, ventilation, heating and internal finishing, on site.

What do we make out of elements?

Wooden elements can be used for building houses with very different kind of
architecture and functionality. Our main focus is on larger scale projects like

  • Area developments consisting of single family houses and semi-detached houses
  • Row houses
  • Apartment buildings
  • Public buildings (hotels, dorms, hospitals, care facilities,
    kindergartens, schools etc)
  • External wall and roof elements for apartment and public
    buildings with concrete or steel load-bearing structures

To build up a 4-storied building ordinary timber frame can be used. From 5th floor special wood dimensions are in order.

What we expect from the customer?

The architectural solution with measurements including:

  • Floor plans
  • Cross-sections
  • Facade views from all four sides of the building