Modular housing is constructed from prefabricated wooden-based components. To begin with, a wooden structure is manufactured which is later filled with rock, glass or environmentally-friendly wool. Outdoor and indoor finishing and other thermal, moisture and sound insulation materials are chosen with consideration to the customer’s specific needs.
Environmentally-friendly. Wood, which is considered the most environmentally-friendly construction material, serves as the basis of modular housing. It is up to the customer to choose the materials to fill the wooden structure. If environmentally-friendly thermal and moisture insulation and finish materials are preferred, a very healthy microclimate can be ensured.
The advantage of modular housing compared, for instance, with the concrete buildings that are common in Lithuania, has been proven in the latest studies. Concrete houses emit a certain amount of greenhouse gases on an ongoing basis.
Cost-efficiency. Modular housing solutions are very competitive when the quality to price ratio is considered. Each customer can choose the size of house, wall thickness, materials for outdoor and indoor finishes and length of construction duration based on his or her needs and financial resources.
If you choose a passive house model, the savings in terms of heating and air conditioning are guaranteed.
Time saving. Our wooden elements are prefabricated and then transported to the site and assembled. Since most of the construction work is completed in the production facilities under controlled moisture conditions, the duration of construction is considerably shorter than with a standard building. A medium-sized, non-complex house can be assembled on a plot of land in one day.