Timber-framed houses

 

                  

               

Timber-framed houses called also Fachwerk or Colombes is a house made in one of the oldest technologies of building wooden houses.

Construction of bols and pillars move whole load on foundation and assure stability of the building. Frame is usually visible because of additional esthetic values.

Frame is usually visible because of additional esthetic values.

Parts of construction are visible also in exterior where they make an unusual countryside climate and distinguish this type of building.
  Section of timber which we use to build our houses is 120x120mm or 150x150mm, sometimes even 150x200mm.

Usual material is a pine-tree.


 

Spaces of timber are differently filled with elevation bricks or acrylic plaster assembled on hard mineral wool or foamed polystyrene. There is also possibility of using ready polyurethane plates with thin clicker bricks plastered on them.

There is also possibility of using ready polyurethan plates with thin clicker bricks plastered on them.