Protection against viruses - a house made from Siberian cedar.

We offer basic sets of wooden houses from the glued wood beams ready for installation.
From our catalog or your project.

Durability, strength, aesthetics, quality, no harm to the environment!

The walls made of glued wood beams do not require any additional equipment and insulation neither inside nor outside (except for the paint) in contrast to all other wall construction materials, where you have to do both inside and outside work. It will be much faster after construction, cheaper and warmer. It will be an absolutely environmentally friendly house.

  • Wooden houses made of glued wood beams

Due to the low conductivity of the block wall, the wall in a block house does not radiate cold. Relatively little heating energy is therefore required. An advantage that pays off. The wood is not chemically treated at Belsrub because it is dried before processing. Harmful evaporation of protective agents and solvents are therefore not available in the log house. Independent experts also found that the resins contained in a massive log house significantly reduce electrosmog.

  • Possible wall thicknesses of logs: 80mm x 160mm, 120mm x 160mm, 160mm x 160 / 190mm, 200mm x 160 / 190mm, 240mm x 160 / 190mm.
  • Solid log construction.
  • Glued wood beams, wood: pine, Siberian cedar (stone pine) - price on request.

It is a solid, breathable wall, which due to its material properties does not require any further thermal insulation. In contrast to heartwood and solid wood beams, glued wood beams are composed of several narrow beams. The beams are glued to each other with glue (not extended). The individual beams are usually approx. 4 cm wide, so that a 20 cm wide block beam consists of 5 beams glued together.
Glued wood beams offer the advantage of lower settlement compared to heartwood or solid wood beams. The beams also hardly warp and form fewer cracks on the surface.
However, the glue minimizes the open diffusion, which worsens the often touted natural living space climate in the log house. In return, however, the insulation value of the beam increases, which reduces the heating costs depending on the construction.
In general, glued wood beams are more expensive due to the more complex production. If you want to build as close to nature and like the typical log cabin climate, you should prefer a heartwood beam for the outside wall of the log cabin, take it slightly thicker and save money.
The glued wood beam is almost always used in log house construction for the roof beams, mostly also for the ceiling beams and mandatory for heavy beams, where this is required by building law. Glued wood beams have a higher load capacity than solid wood beams and are also more rigid.

A ready-to-install construction that has been precisely sawn, mortised and marked in the factory.


  • Glued wood beams with thermal insulation. (Thermal balke)

For additional thermal insulation. We offer a special additional thermal insulation system for our log walls.

Indicators when using glued wood beams

Leimholzbalke 235 mm
Leimholzbalke 235 mm
Thermobalke 195 mm
Thermobalke 195 mm
Thermobalke 235 mm
Thermobalke 235 mm

Thermobalke is a combined material made of dry lamellas made of softwood and thermal insulation board "Beltermo"
Composition of the thermal insulation board "Beltermo"
- conifers
- Additives: 4% polyurethane resin
Thanks to this construction, the thermal balke ensures a high level of energy efficiency for buildings.
A unique feature of the thermal balke is the creation and maintenance of a pleasant microclimate indoors, regardless of the external conditions: both in heat and in frost, in conditions of dry and humid climate.
The fiberboard used in the thermal balke has a number of priceless properties:
- increased specific heat output that exceeds 2.5 times this parameter in mineral materials or glass
- Absolute safety for people and the environment, because the plates contain no synthetic additives and formaldehyde
- Inertia of charring in the event of fire
- ensuring moisture resistance
The coefficient of thermal conductivity varies within 0.029 to 0.032 W / м2 / К.

  • What are glue binders and how are they made?

Glue binder is the commercial name for glulam, an industrially manufactured wood product with a variety of advantages over simple lumber. The production of glue binders takes place in several steps. Debarked logs are cut into boards and artificially dried in drying chambers until their average residual moisture is at most 15%. Unsuitable boards, such as those that show cracks or strong ramifications, are discarded before this process.

The dried boards are then cut to length, planed and connected to so-called lamellas by means of finger jointing. These board lamellas are glued to squared timber in various dimensions and planed again. The wood moisture is constantly monitored throughout the manufacturing process to ensure uniform quality.

  • Other advantages of glued wood and glulam.

Crack-free timber looks beautiful and gives builders and renovators security. Glulam awaits with others

Benefits on:
• low weight, high load capacity - lighter than steel, but just as resilient,
• easy to work for handyman and handyman,
• dry with a residual moisture of 10 / - 2 percent (certain tolerances are permitted according to DIN 18203 and EN 1194). In closed, normally air-conditioned rooms, a wood balance moisture of about 9 percent is expected,
• fire safe,
• standardized and clearly defined with regard to strength, wood moisture and gluing.
• high quality with a smooth, aesthetically demanding surface
• heat-insulating,
• Architecturally interesting - glulam can be manufactured in large spans.

When looking for the right wooden house manufacturer, the wooden houses from Belsrub were not only attractive in terms of appearance, they also impressed with their high quality.