Log house are made of resinous tree trunks (spruce). Component elements are attentively chosen, assuring a massive but also a rustic, pleasant look to the structure.

Every log is manually shucked and its exact position is determined in the structure, based on its individual characteristics. Perfect joints are next established with the compass, a specific tool of this kind of constructions. Joints are made in such way they remain perfect even after the house will sag. Sagging takes place in the buildings’ first three years of life. Projecting of this kind of houses has to consider sagging as basic characteristic of logs.

Minimal diameter of logs we use is suggested to be 21 cm. but logs’ thickness itself is not a guarantee of a good insulation. A very important factor is the human one, materialized by the craftsman’s skills in making joints. In order to improve insulation, there can be used modern or natural insulating materials (mineral, glass or natural wool). These are inserted between logs, including joints.

Electrical wiring is placed into walls and other structural elements in the final phase of assembling. To avoid shortcuts, high insulated wires are used with extra resistant coverings.

Doors and windows are sized according to the sagging coefficient of the log houses. Same reason is kept in sight when tiled surfaces or water and heating plumbing are installed (controllable or sliding joins are used).