Designing houses from glued beams

Projects of houses from glued beams become incredibly popular, although the material itself appeared on the domestic market not so long ago. Why does so many people want to build a house from glued beams?

Glued beams are practically deprived of disadvantages compared to ordinary timber or logs. The shrinkage of glued beam does not exceed 1%, and thorough drying protects against decay and other harmful effects. The advantages of glued beam include the fact that it does not change its shape with a change in humidity, does not crack, and also has increased soundproofing properties.

Modern projects of glued beam houses are both small country houses and classic large houses. This material is ideal for the climate of Russia, and the air in this structure is always fresh due to technologies that help leave the material completely environmentally friendly.

Of course, projects of houses from glued beams are also good because there is no need to provide additional external and interior decoration, and accuracy in the manufacture of structural elements can significantly reduce the construction time.

Project development is one of the most important stages of building any home. Glued beam makes it possible to rethink old architectural forms and create something new and unique, something dynamic and modern.

Popular projects of glued beam houses are not typical houses, but a full -fledged architectural image that suits the worldview and the needs of the customer. Typically, design consists of creating a sketch and working projects. A sketch project is an important stage, without which it will not be possible to approve the construction in state structures.

A typical sketch project consists of a design license, an explanatory note with detailed indicators, a foundation plan, plans for each floor, a roof plan, cuts, a sketch of the facade, visual embodiment.

The working project, without which it is impossible to carry out construction, includes technological installation cards (with a detailed expansion of the walls), drawings of each element of the walls of the walls, plans of rafters and beams, the specifications of the epaulets, filling the openings of doors and windows, as well as the cubic meter of the beam, plans for ceilings, masonry plans, a cut of the chimney and ventilation ducts, the plan for the arrangement of the involved electrical equipment.

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