If the idea of a future log house is just beginning to develop in your mind, here are some nuances to consider.
- A two-story house is much more economical than a one-story house. The foundation and roof will be similar in size to a one-story house and two, and a usable thin - twice as much. In addition, the attic floor is enough to raise from 1 to 1.5 meters to take advantage of the entire space on the 2nd floor.
It is not necessary to make all the partitions of the house
from logs. Bathrooms, kitchens, saunas and other rooms where moisture will be present should in any case be insulated, which is why better drywall partitions are required. You will save both money and space. However, load-bearing partitions are necessary both for the installation of the floor and for the structural strength of the house. We always come up with an estimate of which partitions are necessary and which are not.
- A square house is more economical than a multi-part house. Logs should tie at 90 degrees.
- All houses are made of 6-meter logs, so take this into account when planning your walls. Do not plan walls eg 6.3 m long as this would cause a puncture. The more punctures, the higher the cost and the thermal insulation.
- When planning a house, consider the layout of your plot.
These are just some of the tips that will help you in your vision of the house.
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