UAB ROVADA constructs log buildings, dwelling –houses, summerhouses, bathhouses and other structures.

Wooden house is a secure, innovative dwelling, directive to the future. You can feel luxury together with comfort and nature in it. If you want to get some ideas about wooden house and its unlimited potential do not hesitate to look at our photo gallery and maybe you would get there the inspiration of the construction of your wooden house.

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 Production - technology

 The production manager of timbered houses of JSC ROVADA had been working and supervising the production of timbered houses in Norway for five years. His knowledge and experience, which was achieved in a country with ancient traditions of production of timbered houses, is being applied successfully in our enterprise.
In the year 2008 the company invested in the workshop of the production of timbered houses, in the machines of logs notches and halving milling. It is time - tested method of Scandinavian manual production of timbered houses transformed into modern technology. Programmable machine connects Norwegian corner. The timber corner connections are being made very accurately, sensitively and efficiently. The quality of the corner connection of the timbered house indicates the quality of the notching of the whole house. That is the so-called visiting-card.

Stock

  The company uses selected pine timbers of the first trunk of the Certificated Lithuanian Forestry Offices for the production of timbered houses (for the walls). The thin of these  timbers' diameter of thickness starts at 30 cm. The timbers are taken from mature forest; they are straight and have only a few branches. For the ceiling and roof construction the fir wood only is used.
The timbers are nicked from four corners. Later they are being dried in conventional stoves and are being stored until being used in production workshop.

Notch milling

 

 Each timber has longitudinal notch from which it is eliminated such amount of wood that the timber would not brood over another timber and that any cracks would not emerge. It is especially important while notching with wet wood.

 

Connection of corners with halving (crossing of corners)

 

  Connection of corners with halving (crossing of corners)
The Norwegian type of connection of corners is used in our constructed timbered houses. All sides of the corner are being milled with stack. The Norwegian type of crossing is reliable anytime. If the wood is wet and while drying it shrinks a lot and therefore reduces the length of each side, the advantage of stack appears. That means that halving tightens in stack and does not leave any crack.

 

Insulating material

 



  After the controlled collection of the house in the workshop and while preparing the logs for the transport to the site, the insulating material is hitched on the notches of milled timbers. (Flax fabric is usually used in Lithuania and sheep wool in Scandinavia). Insulating material is laid on the halving, too. The Norwegian method of crossing the corners is superior again because it is impossible to put in the insulating material in any other type of the connection of the corner.
 
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