Manufacture of timber
frame houses

Forthe production of timber frame houses, we use only such timber that meets all quality requirements and criteria.

In construction, we use C24 strength wood, which is calibrated and dried to 18% humidity. We buy timber from local producers.

We produce building elements in our factory assembly stations, the capacity of which is up to 2500m2 of elements produced per month.

The production process takes place according to a specially developed production set, for each element of the building, which has been developed by technical engineers, under the guidance of construction engineers.

The most important factor in our work is the quality, therefore, in parallel with the production processes, we continuously perform quality control at all stages of production. A quality form is filled in for each timber frame building element that is manufactured in the factory and only when the element meets all the quality criteria is it packaged and delivered to the construction site.

We have selected a strong and qualified team that makes production processes faster and better.

The production process of timber frame houses is relatively fast, for example, the production of a 120m2 house will take up to 2 weeks.Often the largest project implementation time is taken by the preparation of the production process project, as well as the purchase of specific materials.

Our timber frame house sets are one of the most complete on the market, namely, for example, when manufacturing exterior walls, we include the assembly of facades, windows, and window coverings already in the factory, thus reducing construction time on-site, as a result of which our building assembly process will take only 3 – 4 days. In turn, the exterior finishing of the building will take about 2 weeks.

We position ourselves in the market as manufacturers of Low Energy Buildings. In production, we use complex energy-saving solutions and technologies that allow our buildings to consume less than 40kWh / m2 per year. This figure is well below the Latvian average of 150-200 kWh / m2 per year.

Low energy buildings provide theirinhabitants with pleasant thermal comfort and high air quality.

This type of building is a great compromise between energy efficiency, level of comfort, and construction costs.

If you want to know more, feel free to contact any of our specialists!

Assembling of timber
frame houses

We provide delivery of all prefabricated elements that are built after the “zero cycle” to the construction site.

Zero cycle include the foundation and external utilities that are built before the building is assembled.

Before signing a contract, we agree with the client on these gregation of works. We describe works that will be performed by us and work to be performed by the client and/or involved partners.

The foundation of the building can be built by both the client and a partner suggested by our company. Slab foundations are usually used in the construction of foundations, but each case is individual and there may be situations where column foundations or strip foundations are used.

The assembly time of a timber frame building set (for a house with an area of ​​120 m2) is on average 3-4 days. This time is sufficient to assemble the building and to take all measures to ensure that it is safe and protected from both the weather and uninvited guests.

First of all, we carefully measure the foundation of the building so that the main masonry can be assembled with high accuracy. The quality of the masonry assembly will be the determining factor throughout the subsequent assembly cycle of the building.

High precision in the execution of this step ensures fast and easy assembly of the rest of the building, which can be compared to the LEGO constructor for adults.

When assembling, we strictly follow the dimensions and assembly solutions indicated in the drawings.

We perform the assembly by sequentially assembling the following elements:

  • Masonry assembly
  • Ground floor wall installation
  • Intermediate floor installation
  • Second-floor wall installation
  • Installation of roof elements
  • Installation of other elements (balconies, terraces, canopies)

The elements are delivered to the construction site in the complete set, with assembled and painted facade, as well as with installed windows.

We use cranes or manipulators for assembly. The brigade consists of 3-4 workers and a construction manager, who coordinates the works and monitors their quality.

If you want to know more, feel free to contact any of our specialists!

Design of timber
frame houses

Our company provides a full design cycle fortimber frame buildings.

The main parts of the project:

  • Development of the general part – a compilation of documents required for design, requesting technical regulations, etc.
  • Architectural solutions – development and detailing of the graphic part (explanatory description, general plan, territory section, territory vertical plan, floor plans, sections and units, facades, construction product specifications, fire safety measures solutions, work organization project)
  • Construction elements (foundations, floors, roofs and other load-bearing elements)
  • Parts of engineering networks
  • Energy efficiency assessment of a building for the calculated energy efficiency
  • Geotechnical research
  • Coordination of the project with the issuers of technical regulations (engineering network holders) and the Construction Administration of the city.

We can offer our clients about 30 different ready-made building projects, which will significantly save both time and money in the entire project implementation. We are also able to provide individual project development based on each client’s wishes and specific requirements.

Many projects combine architectural and technical boundaries. We havelarge experience, the ability to find solutions to complex situations, also we are flexible and work with new technologies and design approaches.

We use the latest BUILDING INFORMATION MODELING (BIM) software to coordinate and streamline design and documentation processes.