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Peeter

2 Floors
1 Bedrooms
1 Bathrooms
82.5 m² Total area
65.9 m² Living area
11.75 m² Terrace/balcony area

Peeter is a cosy two-storey log house with traditional design.

The living room and open kitchen create one spacious room with a fireplace giving the room a warm and romantic feel. On the ground floor there is also a sauna and a cosy bathroom. Next to bathroom is a separate utilities room for all washers and driers.

On the first floor there is a large bedroom with a balcony. The bedroom can be divided into two bedrooms, for example with a large closet.

We use 100% renewable energy
CE Strength Graded Structural Timber
FSC
ISO 9001
Accredited by the United Kingdom Accreditation Service
Green Energy 100%

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  • Sauna Included
  • Lovely Large Bedroom with Balcony

Technical information

Number of bathrooms
1
Number of bedrooms
1
Number of floors
2
All year residence option
Has balcony
Has fireplace
Has garage
Has sauna
Has terrace/balcony
Has utility room
Has wardrobe
Total area
82.5 m²
Living area
65.9 m²
Terrace/balcony area
11.75 m²

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Testimonials

Family Nõupuu (Log home Noupuu)

We have already suggested Palmatin to many people who came to see the house while we were building it up. Everybody who saw the house liked it very much. We are very satisfied how the services were provided; we always had necessary information about our order.

Family Ranna Log home

We selected Palmatin because we had already ordered 1 log house previously and we are very satisfied with it.

Wall types

  • Stone facade

    It is possible to use different stone materials as wall coverings. It is possible to choose from brick, decorative stone, etc. If you use stone as your external wall covering, a special cement board is installed on the prefabricated wall and the stone material will be installed thereupon on the site. In the case of stone covering, a wider foundation must be built to support the wall covering.

  • Rendered facade

    It is similar to a stone facade, a special cement board will be installed on the prefabricated walls. The rendering of the facade will take place on the site.

  • Wooden boarding

    With wooden facade you have many additional options. You may choose between different cladding profiles, types of wood and the manners of treatment of the wood (varnished, painted, impregnated, etc.) Treated wooden cladding will be installed on the prefabricated walls at the factory.

Three different price levels

  • Basic

    Basic – includes drawings for the log part, log part of the house, T-battens for openings, hydro isolation between the foundation and first log row, wooden dowels, isolation between the logs, special metallic parts and packages to be delivered in the order of assembly. The Basic kit is suitable if you wish to buy only the walls of the house and build the rest of the house yourself.

  • Standard

    Standard – in addition to the Basic kit, this kit includes rafters, roof hydro isolation, ventilation slats, sarking, first floor joists, balcony joists, windows, exterior doors and special metallic accessories. The Standard kit is suitable if you wish to get a weatherproof house quickly and then continue with interior works in your own pace.

  • Premium

    Premium  – in addition to the Standard kit, this kit includes all other wooden materials needed to finish the house, interior doors and a staircase. The Premium kit is the most comfortable kit, including all wooden materials needed to build a house. This is suitable if you wish to finish the house quickly without spending time worrying about the quantity or availability of materials.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Do I need a building permit to build a wooden house?

The constructions obligations can vary from a country to another. Generally speaking, when the building exceeds a certain size, the construction is subject to a permit. This concerns private properties as well. Before delivering a construction permit, the plans of the house, the location, the environment, the public safety and other factors will be analyzed. To know about the regulations, you should refer to your local administration. Make sure to obtain the building permit before starting the construction on the site.

Is a wooden house energy-efficient?

Thanks to building methods, modular – or prefabricated houses – are remarkable in term of energy saving. This type of construction gives the possibility to choose alternative energy power sources and environment-friendly installations. The effective insulation will also guarantee you a pleasant interior climate and the reduction of energy bills.

What elements beside the house do you propose?

In addition to the wooden houses, we complete our range with additional products. You can take a look at our catalogues and discover amazing kitchens, fireplaces, roof covering, doors and windows, etc. Upon request, we can provide you with other elements such as saunas or garages. After contacting us, we will establish for you a project quotation, including the material list. Feel free to add any materials or components you want for your future house.

Can I extend the house after the construction?

Your family is growing and a need for space is felt? You are thinking about a conservatory from where to enjoy the garden view or you simply think more meter squares can add a plus to your home? From first glance, there are no restrictions to extend the house after completion. Nevertheless, there is a few things you might like to consider and steps to follow first: where should be the extension? Is the project manageable? What is the dedicated budget? Do I need a permit (depends on the size of the extension)? Etc. You can ask the opinion of an expert before starting your project to know if your idea is feasible or needs a few adjustments.