The technology used allows to build a house without seasoning. Sometimes 2 days are enough to build a shell, closed condition. 2 days with no frost. By design, the house is built on a foundation that you can take with you. The whole house can be dismantled and installed elsewhere in case of, for example, differences with the land leaseholder. The use of more modern, best materials that are available on the market, such as thermal insulation paints, thermal insulation membranes, heating mats using graphene, triple-glazed windows .

The houses are ready and waiting to be shipped. We make every effort to ensure that the houses can be built by two people without the use of heavy equipment, with repetitive modules, with simple instructions, without the use of additional materials. Everything is delivered to the construction site. A house that is resistant to use, a house adapted to your needs, arranged in accordance with the latest trends, safe and environmentally friendly, creating a mood fireplace, multi-room system managed by phone or voice .

Capillary heating and cooling is today the healthiest, most efficient technology available in the world. No overdrying and positive air ionization. The air is charged with cations, positively charged ions, so often present in offices, houses and air-conditioned apartments. The excess of these ions causes drowsiness, headaches, and depressed mood and apathy.

Several advantages: low operating costs , very high efficiency due to the small amount of water flowing through the installation. Two in One, heating in winter, cooling in summer, water is the heating and cooling agent. The system is resistant to corrosion, damage and air ingress. Thanks to the radiation, it evenly heats and cools, creating an optimal indoor climate.

Slabs Classification of wood-based panels according to their use:

  • P1 boards – general use in dry conditions,
  • P2 boards – general use for furniture industry,
  • P3 boards – non-load-bearing for use in dry conditions,
  • P4 boards – carrier for use in dry conditions,
  • P5 boards – carrier for use in humid conditions,
  • P6 boards – structural for dry conditions,
  • P7 boards – structural in humid conditions.

Due to the influence of moisture on the sheathing of ceilings, external walls and roofs, P5, OSB / 3 particle boards are used – boards resistant to moisture, or plywood with the properties of moisture-resistant.
In the case of P5 boards, available on the market under trade names, such as MFP or V-100, the requirements are specified in the PN-EN 312: 2011 standard.
In the case of OSB, the requirements are specified in the PN-EN standard 300-2007, and for waterproof plywood – PN-EN 314-2: 2001 standard.
Properties of wood-based panels for use in construction are specified in PN-EN 13986 + A1: 2015-06 standard.
The classification of chipboards is adopted according to the PN-EN 309 standard.
The characteristic strengths of chipboards used for static structure calculations should be in accordance with those given in the PN-EN 12369-1-2002 standard.

Chipboards used for sheathing walls, ceilings and roofs should meet the requirements of PN-EN 12871: 2013-11.

Magnesium oxide boards colloquially known as “MgO boards” from the chemical symbol of magnesium, Mg and oxygen O, are produced as building boards with a very wide range of applications. The natural base material is the fossil form of magnesium oxide – Sorela cement, a type of mineral cement enriched with perlite and reinforced on both sides with a glass fiber mesh. The boards do not contain asbestos, lead and cadmium and are non-flammable.


  • Fireproof – A1 reaction to fire class
  • Waterproof – does not lose its properties after prolonged wetness
  • Resistant to weather conditions
  • Moisture resistant , fungi and microorganisms
  • Resistant to damage – surface strength over 20 MPa
  • Environmentally friendly – it consists only of natural resources
  • Light – specific gravity 1g / cm3 – 1 m2 of a board with a thickness of 10 mm weighs 10 kg
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The acoustic foam with a density of 140 kg / m3 and a thickness of 4 cm is used as a soundproofing material that effectively reduces noise from one room to another or from the outside to the inside of the building.

The main advantage of using this type of foam is that there is no need to build a frame. The acoustic foam is attached directly to the wall with mounting adhesive.

Moreover, in the case of soundproofing walls or ceilings, it is important to increase the weight of the building partition itself and thus reduce the amount of noise. This effect can be obtained by using a foam with a density of 140 kg / m3.

The foam also absorbs vibrations that are often transmitted through the building structure. & nbsp; The smaller the thickness of the wall, the more vulnerable it is to the transmission of vibrations.

In addition to acoustic insulation in construction, this foam is also used for & nbsp; soundproofing machines and devices. & nbsp; Due to its high density, this material absorbs vibrations and reduces the amount of noise coming from the inside of the machine.

The acoustic foam with a density of 140 kg / m3 is also used as a base for panels, wooden floors, ceramic tiles and as insulation for building partitions. Source:

Heating cooling capillary mats

The effectiveness of capillary mats is 397% greater than that of traditional underfloor heating.

  • Fireproof

Fireproof. Fire resistance class A1. Panels marked as fire-resistant have the A1 reaction to fire class – non-flammable. This means that they are the absolute safest building material in terms of fire resistance.

  • Sound-intensive

Sound-absorbing. Dampens the sounds The sound insulation of the 10 – 12 mm thick board is close to 40 dB, which is a very good protection against noise coming from outside and creates a high acoustic comfort of the rooms. For comparison, boards of similar thickness, e.g. gypsum boards, have an insulation capacity of 30 dB, and OSB boards 18 dB.

  • Waterproof

Waterproof. Does not lose its parameters when wet, it is suitable outdoors. The maximum absorbability of the magnesium board is 15% in accordance with PN EN 12467. The board does not lose its functional parameters even after long-term wetness, it does not swell. It can be used in wet rooms and after painting outside buildings.

  • Freeze-resistant

Resistant to freezing. Does not change its dimensions when frozen at –20 O C

  • Resistant to moisture and fungi

Resistant to moisture and fungi. It does not develop microorganisms, moisture does not affect the growth of microorganisms in the MgO plate, because high alkalinity (pH 12) 100% reduces the growth of mold, mites and fungi and is not consumed by rodents.

  • Good thermal insulation

Good thermal insulation. The lambda thermal resistance coefficient in the tested samples is 0.169 W / (m x K). The thermal conductivity ƛ for the magnesium plate is 0.169 W / (m x K). Comparing this value with drywall (0.29), OSB (0.33) and cement board (0.40) shows that it is also a material with good thermal insulation.

  • Fail safe

Resistant to damage. Hard surface strength over 20 MPa. A floor made of MgO board has the surface strength corresponding to the hardness of concrete B20. It has high mechanical resistance to bending – in a dry state & gt; 8 MPa, and after getting wet> 7 MPa.

  • Light

Light. The specific gravity is only 9.5 – 10 kg / m2. It owes its lightness to a special raw material composition where, in addition to light magnesium oxide, there is also perlite. This is a particularly important property for installers, as a comparable thickness fiber cement board is about 50% heavier.

  • Dimensionally stable

Dimensionally stable. Dimensional deviations less than 0.1%. Regardless of the weather conditions in which the magnesium plate is used, its dimensions are unchanged. After the length of the slab (244 x 122 cm), the change in dimension is & lt; 2 mm and the width of 1 mm

  • Environmentally friendly

Environmentally friendly Consists only of natural resources. It consists only of natural ingredients such as magnesium oxide, magnesium sulfide, perlite (volcanic glass) and wood fibers. An interesting fact is that magnesium oxide has a very wide range of applications (from medicine, through plant cultivation, to construction). Little energy is consumed during production – there is no firing process as is the case with cement. Waste does not pollute the environment.

Comparison of the thermal conductivity coefficient of thermal insulation materials to the ground

Building materialThermal conductivity
[W / (mK)]
Water absorption [%]
EPS polystyrene0,035-0,0391,2-1,6
extruded polystyrene XPS0,032-0,0380,05-0,30
mineral wool0,039-0,041no comparable data
polyurethane foam0,023-0,0250,5-2,9
expanded clay aggregate0,08-0,1420-22
ash-pore aggregateok. 0,1415-18

Resistance to heat transfer for each layer R1 = d1 / λ1

Heat transfer coefficient – what does it inform about and how much should it be?
The heat transfer coefficient is one of the most important indicators that you need to verify when building a house. It tells you how much heat will “escape” through all thermal barriers in the building, such as walls, roof, windows and doors. How is it calculated.

Heat transfer coefficient – what is it?
The heat transfer coefficient (U) determines the amount of thermal energy that escapes through the individual thermal partitions in the building. It is calculated on the basis of the energy (expressed in watts) related to the partition area (1 m2) and the temperature difference on both sides (1 Kelvin). The U-value unit is W / m2K.

What is the use of this factor? When planning the thermal insulation of a building, its value is a valuable guide. From it, you can easily deduce what the heat losses will be for walls, ceilings, doors or windows. The lower the thermal conductivity coefficient, the better thermal insulation is provided by a given partition.

What influences thermal transmittance?
When designing a house, the calculation of the heat transmittance coefficient makes it easier to decide which insulation materials to use. But what does its value depend on and how can it be improved? Thermal transmittance is influenced by many factors, including:

• type of building materials used – the insulation efficiency of individual raw materials is determined by the lambda coefficient (λ),

• thickness of the thermal barrier – the greater it is, the better it protects against heat leakage,

• type of partition – e.g. a uniform external wall will have less heat loss than doors or windows.

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Heat transfer coefficient – how to calculate it?
1. Check what is the lambda coefficient for each of the materials used to insulate a given partition. Also, gather information about the thickness of each of these layers.

2. Calculate the heat transfer resistance for each layer according to the formula: R1 = d1 / λ1, where R1 is the resistance, d1 – the thickness of the layer, and λ1 – the lambda coefficient of the material.

3. Add up the obtained values ​​for all layers – R1, R2, R3 etc. Then add to them the constant values ​​of thermal resistance for the horizontal heat flow, i.e. Rsi = 0.13 4 m2 * K / W and Rse = 0.4 m2 * K / W . The obtained value is R – thermal resistance of the whole partition.

4. The heat transfer coefficient is the reciprocal of the partition’s thermal resistance. You can easily calculate it substituting the obtained value into the formula U = 1 / R.

Standards of the heat transfer coefficient

From January 2017, the heat transfer coefficient norms cannot be higher than:

  • 0.30 W / (m²K) for the floor on the ground,
  • 0.23 W / (m²K) for external walls,
  • 0.18 W / (m²K) for roofs and flat roofs,
  • 1.1 W / (m²K) for windows,
  • 1.3 W / (m²K) for roof windows,