Building Guide

Building a Log House

Even though the construction of a log house may seem rather simple, it is a carefully planned process. Initially, the house kit is assembled at the plant to ensure that all beams, columns, and bridging pieces fit into place. After the house is completed, including window and door openings, the individual components are labelled, their position within the structure is recorded, and the house is disassembled. Subsequently, each component is separately stored and prepared for dispatch. The house kit is then transported to the designated site where its construction may begin.

Below you will find the individual construction phases:

  • Preparation Phase
  • Production & Transport
  • Foundation Slab
  • Assembly, Impregnation & Roofing
  • Window, Door Installation & Finishing Work

  • Log cabin house production hall

    Storage prisms