Timber frame/segment

Timber framed house is one of the most flexible structural solutions for planning the layout of rooms and designing interior and exterior finishes.

Rapid construction
Competitive price
Sustainable living

Why choose timber framed house?

  • First and foremost, the short construction time, as well as the overall financial and time costs.
  • Timber framed houses are one of the most flexible structural solutions for planning the layout of rooms and designing interior and exterior finishes. Although they are built with materials that are kind to your health and the environment, timber framed houses do not have the same qualities as log houses.

The fastest solution for home seekers

For those who want to enjoy a comfortable and eco-friendly life here and now – timber frame houses. A timber frame house takes a couple of months to build and assemble, and the whole construction process takes no more than one season.

A long-lasting solution

Well-built segment/timber framed house can last more than 100 years. Because we use only the highest quality materials and the most advanced technology, you can be sure that a reasonably priced passive house will last you a lifetime.

Cost-effective and environmentally friendly housing

Timber-framed houses we design are built using only natural materials that are friendly to the environment and the occupants. If you are looking for a choice that is not only environmentally friendly, but also cost-effective, we recommend the passive house option: this type of frame house has minimal energy leakage.

Our timber frame house lines

U = 0,19 W / m²K

Sustainability at relatively low cost.
Modern Line is an eco-friendly and stylish timber-framed wall system that offers a contemporary twist on traditional construction methods. Its high-quality timber frames, precision joinery, and customizable finishes make it a durable and visually appealing option. Additionally, its energy-efficient design and natural insulation properties make it an ideal choice for sustainability at relatively low cost

outside finish

20x45 mm air gap

windproof barrier

45x145 mm timber frame

vapour barrier

45x45 mm timber frame

50 mm thermal insulation

150 mm thermal insulation

interior finish

245x45 mm timber frame

20x45 mm air gap

50 mm windproof insulation

exterior finish

250 mm thermal insulation

95 mm thermal insulation

vapour barrier

interior finish

45x95 mm timber frame

U = 0,10 W / m²K

Outstanding performance
Passive Line is a high thermal conductivity timber-framed wall system designed for energy-efficient homes. Its advanced construction techniques and insulation materials reduce energy consumption and costs. The system's customizable design options offer a visually striking exterior while maintaining a consistent internal temperature for sustainable living.

What is a passive house?

Housing of the future

Passive houses are often referred to as the housing of the future. Using the latest technology, the walls of a building are sealed in such a way that heat exchange with the environment – and therefore energy loss – is minimised. If a passive house is built properly, it is extremely cheap to heat. It uses significantly less fuel, reducing the CO2 footprint of the house (the amount of carbon dioxide released into the atmosphere) and making more rational use of the natural resources needed to heat the house.

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Technology for the production of frame/segment houses

Framed houses (segment houses) are built from factory-prepared wall panels with internal and external finishes. A detailed drawing is made for each of the wall segments before production begins. The exterior wall segments are manufactured using external finishes, wind insulation, insulation, cut-out vents, door and window openings with trim. At the customer’s request, internal wall segments can also be produced with the finish of his choice. The completed wall assembly is transported to the construction site and assembled on the foundations within an average of three days.

Easy installation and placement of windows and doors considerably speeds up the construction of the house, avoiding the effects of precipitation on the quality of the construction.




When fully built you will not see a difference between the post & beam timber frame house and modular element type. The only difference is the way this timber frame house is built. With post & beam, the frame is usually built on-site putting a frame from posts and beams. With modular element construction, we prefabricate wall sections (up to 13m/32ft in length) with all external layers, fully insulated and some internal layers. Also, in most cases, windows are already installed during manufacture. These prefabricated wall elements are then delivered to the site and assembled in 2-3 days!


The wall layers that are a part of the prefabricated wall element delivered to the site are:

  • External wooden panel;
  • Vertical battens for air gap with rodent barrier;
  • Windproof membrane;
  • Windproof plasterboard;
  • Timber frame;
  • Windows;
  • Thermal insulation between the frame studs;
  • Vapor barrier;
  • 45mm wooden battens for wire and pipe installation;

The rest internal layers mounted on site:

  • Thermal insulation between the wooden battens;
  • Internal plasterboard;

It is important to check the content of the offer given by different manufacturers and compare not only its price. Some manufacturers include more materials, work, or services in their package than others. For example, not all manufacturers in their kit include windows and doors, exterior finishing boards, trims, final roof layer, rain gutter system, and interior layers. Another tip, factory work will always be cheaper than work on a construction site, so try to get as much work as possible done at the manufacturer’s factory.

Everyone understands that the house warmth is preserved by the thermal insulation in its walls and roof. It is important to insulate a house according to today’s energy requirements. However, the airtightness shall not be overlooked. Even the slightest crack will allow cold wind to enter the room, thus reducing its internal temperature. It is estimated that increasing the thermal insulation layer of the walls from 10cm to 20cm saves only 3% of heat. For this reason, it is worth investing in the tightness of the house rather than an extra layer of insulation.


The prefabricated modular timber frame house is most often built in these main stages:

The initial cost of a house kit is estimated according to the house sketches (if available)

  1. The full set of house drawings are prepared and house designed with an architect;
  2. The detailed offer is prepared according to the final set;
  3. Building permits are received;
  4. Technical and production drawings are prepared;
  5. The elements are produced;
  6. Groundwork and foundation takes place on-site;
  7. Drainage is installed;
  8. Assembly of elements take place on-site;
  9. The roof is assembled;
  10. Windows are installed (if they were not already in the elements for delivery);
  11. Electricity, plumbing, ventilation, etc are installed;
  12. The final parts of the facade are mounted (corner trims, soffit boards, verge boards, rain gutters, etc).
  13. Insulation between the internal battens and plasterboard is fixed;
  14. Final cosmetic finish (plastering, painting, tiles, etc.) takes place;
  15. Installation of internal equipment, installation of furniture
  16. Landscape works take place;

We use high-class calibrated C24 conifer construction timber in the production of our houses.

Structural wood must not exceed 18-20% moisture. When building a house, it is very important to protect the wood used for the frame from rain to reduce the potential deformation of the house. With panel technology, it is ensured that the wood will not receive additional moisture as production takes place under the roof. If you’re building a frame house from studs on a construction site, make sure you protect your wood by covering it with polyethylene film.


Impregnation of frame wood is not mandatory. It’s everyone’s choice. We follow the principles of Scandinavian construction, most of which are frame houses, and they do not impregnate the wood of their house frame. If viewed in practice, impregnation would improve the fire and frame strength properties, extending the life of the home. However, there is no stain that will completely stop the fire, and even with no treatment, the wooden house will stand for a long time with no risks. Impregnated structural timber will be more expensive.


The wall elements for a standard home of 200m²/2150 sq ft floor area are produced in 4-5 weeks. Usually, the production spots are reserved 2-3 months ahead.

Yes, we do produce trusses as a part of a timber frame house kit. But we also produce trusses as a separate product.

Spring, Summer, and early Autumn in most countries are the most desirable time for house construction. However, with modular timber frame technology, due to most works done in the factory, the time of construction is extended. Most importantly is to prepare the foundation until frost. Summer is the busiest time in our factory, thus if you want to catch this spot, please contact us to reserve it at least 4-5 months in advance.

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