Framework houses


Framework buildings or differently Canadian houses are houses with wooden construction of frame and roof.

Between elements of construction we place thermal isolation. Most often it's mineral wool and foil insulating from steam and wind.

Surface of exterior walls are finished with a covering made of planks and structure acrylic or silicone plaster put on foamed polystyrene or hard mineral wool.


Another way of finishing an elevation of the house is covering with clinker bricks or polyurethane plates with ready clinker elevation.

For finishing indoors of framework houses we most often use plaster plates assembled on OSB plate's basis. It eliminates plaster plates tendency to crack and makes a possibility of fixing different elements of fitting on walls.

The most important element which has enormous influence on the house is appropriate way of mounting insulation of exterior walls. It's a basic barrier protecting wall insulation from damp and steaming inside the walls.