Swedes came up with how to build houses without expensive plywood and even without Ukusin: 20 years ago they also got up


I honestly thought that these are only we are one poor and unfortunate with wild prices for building materials.

And here is not!

High prices for building materials Beach not only Russia, in the whole «enlightened» European and American prices for a tree, Faneru and Metal beat records for a couple of decades, and not only in 2021. Therefore, Europeans who are trying to adapt to the situation when Camorka Pope Carlo for a simple person costs a little cheaper Palace Don Korleon.

Of course, in each country, the cost of wood and plywood is different, but in general (plus-minus 20-30%) European supervisory authorities strictly lift so that in any of the countries there was too much rise in price. The increase in the price of 15% is already the basis for overlapping and conducting the proceedings. So our + 300% is really out of a series of outgoing phenomenon.

Finnam is a little easier, they have their own wood, and what to do Denmark and Sweden?

In these Nordic European countries, the prices of the tree are recorded for more than 20 years. But the local builders are spinning in search of the optimal design of the house, which would not fall asleep as a NUF-NUFE house from the first breeze and at the same time would not bind all cash from a simple person for the next 100 years.

A few weeks ago, I met one interesting person who lived for more than 20 years and worked in Sweden in the construction sector, but last year returned home.

So, 20 years ago, in Sweden, the price of wood was practically as we in 2019 — that is, a cube of boards or a couple of plywood sheets could simply buy for surrender or cover something in the trailer. But one day the Swedes woke up in the new price reality and drove a little from how prices for «embryos of Buratino» rose.

The board and its derivatives, including plywood and structural materials, began to cost just space money. This was due to the new EU environmental requirements in the field of ecology and forestry. After that, to build something from its wood was so expensive that it was possible to separate the houses with gravestone gold.

What came up with Swedish builders. They began to build houses without using plywood, and to give homes the necessary rigidity, so that they immediately did not take into the Swedish or what the sea is there, the frame is tightened to the diagonal and the perimeter, outside and inside, perforated with a metal ribbon.

Outside the walls on top of the diagonal metal ribbons, the Swedes are used either films (but very rarely), or a soft wood-fiber plate with a thickness of 40 mm (softboard / isoplat), and the framework of the frame is reinforced either by an emotional 170 mm thick or basalt (200 mm).

Moreover, they began to use the same technology on the roofs — it is believed that the diagonal amplification of the metal perfo-ribbon allows you to withstand even heavy loads than just the casing of the walls of the OSP.

Some went even further and abandoned the wood in general — the framework is made using the LSTK technology, which slowly spreads from us.

If you calculate the economic effect, then the refusal to the OSP will give savings when erecting a house more than 35%, but from the point of view of ecology and comfort, the benefit is still significant: there is no evaporation of formaldehyde resins indoors, better sound insulation.

The only thing is the question: how much in our conditions such a framework will comply with our undertake and safety requirements.