light cottage . Building a house framing technology. Frameworks 143.
a cottage or a house made by half-timbered technology
once it is no longer possible to forget or confuse with anything . Such
buildings are unique in appearance - imposed on the outside frame of a
house , in addition to its main function also performs the role of a trim
fachwerk has not even hundreds, but thousands of years.
In Japan, is a temple of the wooden frame structure , built more than 13
centuries ago. In Europe, half-timbered 15th century came from Germany.
Since the end of the last century, it is gaining popularity in Russia.
What is the essence of technology ( framing from it. Fachwerk - frame )
- supporting structure consists of wooden beams or laminated board, which
are at various angles relative to each other. The space between the different
elements of the frame is filled with a material which, as well as supporting
beams impregnated antiseptic formulations protecting against environmental
influences. When laying the filler beams remain on the outside of the house,
which gives it a distinctive look for
from glued beams experts say the speed and ease of assembly .
Wooden frame house on two floors, may collect up to 3 weeks, about the
same amount of time will need to trim panels. Then about 3 months will
be spent on the installation of roofing and cladding home. Consequently,
for 4-6 months, you can build a house from scratch on the half-timbered
technology. With such a construction, you can use any type of roof. Half-timbered
houses are not dampen off-season rains and do not freeze in winter
( on this technology are building even in the Arctic Circle ). Another
unquestionable advantage of half-timbered houses - their beauty, they look
extremely delicate and light, and at the same time sturdy and solid .
of half-timbered houses - low noise isolation and a small life ( shelf
life mezhkarkasnogo insulation is less than 25 years). In addition, frame
houses, so far, completely unfounded, many associated with the Soviet houses
on six acres, which are frozen through, and dampen. Today, thermal insulation
of buildings is not inferior brick and wooden buildings.