Constructions of log houses

Residential buildings are produced and built according to individual projects.

Log houses


We all spend a considerable part of our life at home, so when building a house for living, we want environment to be healthy and comfortable. Log houses are built of timber which is considered to be a unique, local, renewable and durable constructional material, and it should be used much more.

Cut tree stops growing, but the wood still breathes, absorbs, and releases moisture again, spreads resin aroma that was accumulated over the centuries.

Timber is not an inert substance and this provides greater comfort of living in a wooden house; for this reason the wall surface temperature is close to the room temperature, and water vapor condensate does not accumulate there. Wood is a traditional, easily accessible, natural, environmentally friendly, renewable material in Lithuania. Used for building structures it does not pollute the environment, as it does not emit carbon dioxide emissions.

We take care of your comfort and nature!

From November 1, 2016 building energy efficiency class must be no lower than A , since 2021, and in general all newly constructed buildings will become zero energy buildings. Thus, all materials, which will be intended for use in construction, from the production to the purchaser, will consume minimum energy, or in other words to be environmentally friendly.

From November 1, 2016 building energy efficiency class must be no lower than A.

Building energy efficiency depends on:

  • Height of building
  • House tightness level
  • Atitvarų šiluminės varžos
  • Wall thermal resistance
  • Window and door quantity and thermal resistance
  • Window and door air conductivity classes


  • Number of doors to the outdoors and unheated premises
  • Ventilation system selection
  • Thermal bridges
  • Hot water heating system selection
  • Heating system selection
One of the most suitable materials in Lithuania would be timber, if taking into account the current and future requirements to reduce energy waste for buildings during all life cycles .

Wooden structures are developed in eliminating its weaknesses and adapting to environmental requirements. Standard 20 cm brick, ceramic solid brick wall resistance reaches 0.25 m2 · K / W, standard 20 cm diameter log dried resistance is 1.67 m2 · K / W.

One of the most suitable materials in Lithuania would be timber.

It can be said that wood thermal properties is the main reason why Central Europe see the wood as the constructional engineering promising material, providing the opportunity to save by investing in low-energy, passive, zero-emission houses. In this way new wooden structure solutions differ from the usual as they are created according to the current growing comprehensive (materials, fuel and money) saving and rational use needs.