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We offer framework construction based on European quality and materials. The basement will be of reinforced concrete and all the other building will be of framework construction. If required, the exterior wall can be stone.
This type of construction offers all the advantages of low energy costs and high quality living standards.
Modern wooden framework construction is one of the best chances of solving the problems of high energy costs and therefore taking a big step into future construction methods. These aims are easy to achieve because:

The percentage of thick wooden parts in the outside wall is as small as possible. Because of the special profile of the inside and outside layers, there is almost no loss of energy. All the materials are able to breath.
The excellent insulation material used is manufactured using natural cellulose.

Wooden framework construction

This principal wall construction method can be changed as well if you want to use other materials for insulation. To cover the walls on the outside it is possible to use a layer of larch or even a natural or artificial stone wall. For the inside it is important to use materials like gypsum, which can breathe and prevent condensation.

The interior walls can be done in the same way. If you want the walls to be able to store warmth, some should be made of stone. However, this is not absolutely necessary.


There is new product on the Turkish market and this material as a possible answer to most of your insulation problems, whether as protection against heat or cold.

Blow-in method

Using a hose, the material is blown into a framework construction which is covered with layers on both sides. Because of the pressure used, the insulation material will form an interior layer without any gaps, filling even the smallest spaces.
This method can be used everywhere, wherever there is space in the wall or roof system.

Blow-on top method

The simplest way to get proper insulation is to blow the material on to the top of any already existing ceiling or construction which is strong enough to carry the weight of the material. Again, the blowing machine will be used to cover the surface completely without any gaps. If there is a low-angle roof construction, you can easily use the top floor for access.

Glue-to method

Massive walls, ceilings and roof constructions, where it is not possible to use the space inside the construction, can also be insulated. With the help of additional glue and water you can fix the material on almost any surface up to a thickness of twenty centimetres. If you wish, you can then cover the material with layers of wood or gypsum to prevent any part of the material falling down as dust.