In fact, a wooden house is exactly as fireproof as a stone house. Any conjecture about the flammability of wooden houses comes primarily from our subconscious. For we light the fire with small pieces of wood, not plasterboard. It is very difficult to light up a log that is 30 cm thick. And it is not the walls that burn in the fire, but especially the furniture, curtains, or clothes. The key to fire safety for both wooden and masonry houses is properly made wiring.
If the log home has been made according to Canadian technology and has been prepared by experienced craftsmen, it will become more and more airtight with each passing year. As the wood dries naturally, the self-clamping lock will become tighter and tighter. A single application of a special sealant is recommended to guarantee perfect thermal insulation of your home forever.
Experts compare the durability of log houses with that of their stone competitors. The fact is that wood is a unique material in all its properties, and durability is no exception. Log houses have always been built, but because they were not treated in any way, most of them blackened. Modern log homes will last for decades, and it is worth treating the wood with special products for a long-lasting beautiful appearance.