Finnish Houses

A Significant territory of Finland is covered with forests. Most of the forest consists of pine which the Finns used for construction from ancient times. Fifties of the lastcenturywooden houses in Finland started production automation thus enabling a significant increase in production of wooden houses volumes and quality.

Combining Finnish housing construction a century traditions with today’s technology is derived result, modern housing form.

A great role in Finnish homes durability and quality plays the wood from which these houses are built. Finnish weather conditions affect timber growth processes, i.e.

Finnish pine grows slowly that reduces its moisture content. This wood, as compared to other latitudes growing pine trees, is considerably more rigid and correspondingly stronger.