Cross-Laminated Timber (CLT) house kits

CROSS-LAMINATED TIMBER (CLT) – House kits made using solid wood panels

One of the biggest benefits of mass timber panels as compared to other types of structures is the ability to prefabricate the entire project. This saves precious time and money on-site because the installation process becomes more efficient.
If implemented correctly in terms of buildings physics, the life cycle of a solid wood building has no limit. Wooden farm houses lasting centuries are an impressive testament to this longevity. At the end of this life cycle, ECOHOUSEMART CLT can be completely recycled / disposed in an environmentally compatible way.

Bedrooms
All 1 2 3 4 5+
Floors
All 1 2 3+
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СLT HOUSE CONSTRUCTION PROCESS

a dream residence made of solid wood

No matter whether it’s a prefabricated house or a turn-key home, low-energy or plus-energy standard, whether in traditional or modern architecture: Single-family houses can be planned and erected individually with EcoHouseMart construction solutions. A great deal of leeway in design and statics is made possible by the combination of CLT as the load-bearing, stiffening panel material with glulam as supports and beams.
The architecture in the interior can also be designed in a versatile and lively way. It is made possible by the visible wood surfaces of Spruce in combination with color glazes.

The CLT structural elements cut to size according to plan are delivered at the construction site on the requested date and according to the assembly sequence, and a construction crane is used to unload and move them. An experienced timber construction company or carpentry firm takes care of the professional screwing of the external and internal wall elements and ceilings according to the information supplied by the structural engineer. As early as on the 2nd day, the building of a detached house can be completed with the roof.
The connection of tradition, well-founded craftsmanship and state-of-the-art timber construction technology enables individual, stable-value constructing with particular attention being attached to the environment and energy consumption.
The exterior insulation is ideally done with wood fibre insulation boards. Whether plaster base boards and plaster or timber formwork is used, the builder can design the façade as they please. For the interior construction, plasterboard or gypsum fiberboards are recommended, but the timber surface of CLT panels can also remain visible. There are no limits externally or internally to architectural creativity.

• CLT structural elements must be protected against the weather, moisture and dirt on the construction site with suitable means
• The large format components enable a fast assembly and ensure the building is well braced
• Component connections are facilitated by guiding grooves in inner walls, interlocking joints in external walls and damper cover strips in ceilings and roofs
• The component connections must be sealed according to recognized engineering standards
• Cross laminated timber is breathable. If the insulation and façade are also designed to be breathable, films acting as a vapour barrier are not necessary

Detailed pre-construction planning can help to ensure installation of CLT is easy, safe and efficient. Many erectors install more then 10,000 sq. feet per day with a team of 4-6 people.

Solid timber construction combines the wisdom of nature with the intelligence of man. Wood is one of the most ancient building materials used by humankind. Through the ages it has been a popular solution, one that is natural and reliable. Today, the decision to build with wood is a conscientious and informed choice, consistent with the principles of sustainable development. All the benefits of engineered timber products are fully шьplemented in our solid timber systems.

Note: Due to differences in personal preferences and requirements, the following items are not included in our packages: foundation, basement support post, any masonry items, plumbing and heating materials, electrical materials, kitchen cabinets or countertops, finish flooring, stains or finishes, roof insulation for log packages, nails, and miscellaneous items, such as flashing and vents.

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