Stages of production of timber frame houses

 1. Individual projects – design office

Each project is treated individually by Unihouse engineers and designers. All the needs of future home users are taken into account.

2. Installation of flooring and ceiling

Flooring and ceiling of modules are assembled in a special hall. All kinds of installations necessary in everyday use of a house or an apartment are assembled in the modules.

3. Installation of walls

It is mostly an automatic process – firstly wooden parts are cut according to the design, after which they are nailed together on a special production line, and then wall sheathing is mounted and holes for technical installations are cut. The frame is filled with mineral wool and sheathing of the other side of the wall is made.

4. Assembly of modules. Installation of windows, doors, heating (radiators or floor heating), technical systems in modules 

After the flooring, walls and ceilings have been completed, the module is assembled. Everything is done in a special hall according to a detailed design for each module, which is part of a larger whole. This module is checked for noise and leakage.
Then, technicians of different specializations install the necessary technical systems: electrical, ventilation and heating. All installations must comply with the highest international standards.

5. Finishing works – painting, skim coating, floor panels, floor and wall tiles.

Once the technical systems are installed, finishing works may start. Walls and ceilings are skim coated, painted and wallpapered. Floor panels are installed, as well as floor and wall tiles in the kitchen and bathroom, and glazed tiles on the walls. Finishing is performed according to the customer's order.

6. Installation of kitchen furniture and bathroom fittings.

Modules include a full kitchen – the customer can choose a set and a colour of kitchen furniture and bathroom fittings – shower cabin, sink, floor and wall tiles.

7. Transport and loading of finished, secured modules on the vessel

Assembled and equipped modules are secured before transportation. As they are oversized objects, in the evening they are transported on lorries to a Polish port and from there they are taken to their place of destination – currently it is usually Norway.

8. Installation on previously prepared foundation

The teams responsible for construction prepare the foundation in the place where the module house will be built. When modules are brought to the construction site, they are mounted on each other using a crane, thus creating the construction of a house. The modules are properly merged. Then it is time for finishing works related to corridors, communication and the surroundings.

9. The final result

The modules are assembled and "turnkey" finished.