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Tamme

2 Floors
3 Bedrooms
1 Bathrooms
212.1 m² Total area
195.8 m² Living area
48.3 m² Terrace/balcony area

Tamme is glorious two-storey log house ideal for a family looking for comfort and space.

Entering the house there is a large closet for a few pieces of usual outerwear and around the corner is a larger wardrobe. Next to the wardrobe is a restroom and a hall with the staircase. Pass the hall is a large kitchen with a dining area and a small extra storage room. The smaller terrace can be accessed from the kitchen through a small lobby. The boiler room and utilities room can also be accessed from the lobby.

On the first floor there are 3 large bedrooms, all of them with a balcony. In between two bedrooms there is a separate walk-in closet. Also on the first floor is a second restroom and a bathroom.

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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  • Bedrooms with Balcony
  • Separate Storage, Utilities and Wardrobe

Technical information

Number of bathrooms
1
Number of bedrooms
3
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
212.1 m²
Living area
195.8 m²
Terrace/balcony area
48.3 m²

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Testimonials

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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.

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 you have construction partners in X country?

As we deliver log and prefabricated houses all around the world, we have established partnerships with reliable local experts, able to help you quickly during the house construction. If you are interested in being helped by one of our partners, feel free to contact us so we will discuss the best solution for your project.

Which type of foundations are best for a log house?

Good foundations are essential. They help to maintain the construction in good conditions, insure the proper weight distribution of the building and its stability, and prevent from structure damages. The foundations are the base of the building and its connection with the ground. Different methods and materials, such as concrete or reinforced concrete, can be used. The foundation types have more to do with the soil type and ground nature than the type of building. However, be aware that the building weight plays a role as well. The wood is lighter than other construction materials, therefore the foundations are usually thinner than average.

Does the houses comply with the French RT2012 insulation standard?

In Europe, buildings represent approximately 40% of the total energy consumption and 36% of the CO2 emissions and are therefore the single largest energy consumer in Europe, ahead of industrial sectors. A house is considered as passive when its energy demand is lower than 15 kWh/ m²/ year and its total energy consumption (including cooling, domestic hot water, use of devices and technical equipment, lighting, ventilation and consumption linked to building use) does not exceed 120 kWh/ m²/ year. The RT 2012 norm considers a building as “low energy” as soon as its consumption is limited to 50 kWh/ m²/ year, including lighting, heating, air conditioning and hot water. The RT 2012 norm is based on renewable energy. To reduce energy consumption and building emissions, environmentally friendly and renewable energy sources (solar panels, heating pumps…) are efficient solutions. All Palmatin constructions are complying with the RT 2012 norm and reach the energy efficiency requirements.

How can Palmatin offer high quality at competitive prices?

We control the manufacturing pipeline from end to finish by doing everything ourselves. Costs stay down because there are no sales middle-men. It also means manufacturing quality can be fully monitored and therefore guaranteed at all stages of the manufacturing process.