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Construction Method

Construction Method


Lodges of Lapland can be built in round logs, square logs or laminated logs.
Many of our customers prefer to have laminated logs. Size for size, laminated logs are more stable than non-laminated logs, whether round or square. Consequently, laminated logs need less maintenance.
Traditional building techniques ensure a strong structure that is built to last. Indeed, there are some log buildings that are centuries old.
Projec-Technique are responsible for all Lodges of Lapland installations, infrastructure to hand over, please click on their logo for more information.


Lodges of Lapland can be built in round logs, square logs or laminated logs.
Many of our customers prefer to have laminated logs. Size for size, laminated logs are more stable than non-laminated logs, whether round or square. Consequently, laminated logs need less maintenance.
Traditional building techniques ensure a strong structure that is built to last. Indeed, there are some log buildings that are centuries old.
Projec-Technique are responsible for all Lodges of Lapland installations, infrastructure to hand over, please click on their logo for more information.




Reports that have involved fire both inside and outside of log buildings without destroying the structural integrity of the building has illustrated the fire resistive nature of solid wood walls which are based on a combination of the insulating response of the charred wood with the slow rate at which flames will spread along the woods surface and the fact that there are no concealed cavities in a log wall through which the fire may travel (referred to as ultimate fire-blocking).
A consensus of opinions determined by Log Home Councils - Log Home Associations - Fire Protection and Fire testing Agencies based on the above facts and combined with the reality that many log buildings incorporate a selection of beam and upper deck floors with roof options, have determined that.
Solid log structures are tried and tested, for endurance and integrity, in the event of a fire.


Reports that have involved fire both inside and outside of log buildings without destroying the structural integrity of the building has illustrated the fire resistive nature of solid wood walls which are based on a combination of the insulating response of the charred wood with the slow rate at which flames will spread along the woods surface and the fact that there are no concealed cavities in a log wall through which the fire may travel (referred to as ultimate fire-blocking).
A consensus of opinions determined by Log Home Councils - Log Home Associations - Fire Protection and Fire testing Agencies based on the above facts and combined with the reality that many log buildings incorporate a selection of beam and upper deck floors with roof options, have determined that.
Solid log structures are tried and tested, for endurance and integrity, in the event of a fire.

These tests are both stringent and costly and are designed for safety and protection, this is an important issue and additional advise and information is available from many of the above such organisations.


These tests are both stringent and costly and are designed for safety and protection, this is an important issue and additional advise and information is available from many of the above such organisations.


“building for you naturally, by design”


"building for you naturally, by design"


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