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The Environment


Buildings and wooden villas made of trees are renewable, sustainable and environmentally friendly. Wooden structures absorb and retain carbon dioxide in the atmosphere. Actually, wood is the only carbon neutral material. For each cubic meter of wood used in the structure, it reduces its carbon footprint from 0.8 tonnes, so if it uses a 20 cubic meter of wood, it will prevent its 16 carbon...

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Resistance in Different Climates


The advantages of other wooden buildings are its ability to adapt to various weather conditions. Today we see the construction of wooden structures at different temperatures and humidity in different parts of the world. In cold weather areas that have long winters and often air temperatures below zero, wooden buildings are best...

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Wood Types


With the availability of over 5,000 different types of wood to choose from, designers' demands will surely be met. Some of the wood is suited for insulation, some for voice and sound, color, appearance, and for other wooden structures, walls, floors, ceilings and home appliances. The wood used in the building industry should be uniform in appearance and appearance, free of rubbing and gum, lack...

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Save Money


Compared to bricks, rocks or cement, wooden structures are very quick to be built and installed, reducing costs due to the prolongation of the manufacturing process in cold and rainy regions, workers' wages and other overhead costs, such as transportation. Especially in difficult weather conditions, such as heavy rain, snow and ice conditions, it is very useful because it can continue without...

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Proper Energy Insulation


Some building materials such as steel, inorganic non-combustible materials, expose when heated, which causes the structure to weaken and collapse. This is while the wood almost behaves in the opposite case. When heated, the wood does not dry up and gets tightened, but it does not exceed its combustion temperature. Here's the following comparison: Glass is 23 times faster than wood, marble is 90...

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Resistance to Wooden Structures


Wood is light but has a high resistance. For example, a wood with a specific gravity of 0/6 has a tensile strength of 100 n / m 2, while a steel with a specific gravity of 7/89 has a tensile strength of 500 n / m 2. It is clear that the specific gravity of the steel is more than 13 times greater than the wood, but its tensile strength is only 5 times the wood! If the tensile strength is divided...

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Long Lifetime Of The Structure


The existence of wooden buildings that were built and still in use about 300 years ago reflects the fact that if wood is used in suitable conditions, its useful life is longer than other materials, due to the lack of oxidation of wood, if the structures Wood under standard conditions can easily be said that wooden structures will not have expiration dates. The use of wood in a villa in our...

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Useful For Allergies


Some people have an electrostatic charge, an important point because they believe that electrostatic charges are unhealthy in some ways; good news for these people is that their electrostatic load is zero! Meanwhile, if an uncooked room is provided, it helps to set moisture that can help people with respiratory sensitivity. Also, the mental relaxation resulting from the presence of a calm wooden...

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Earthquake Resistance


The most important advantages of wooden structures are their high resistance to various natural disasters (earthquakes, floods and fires). The damping coefficient on the wood makes it the most suitable material for the design of earthquake resistant structures, and also reduces the dead load of the building to seven times its strength compared to steel and concrete structures. In this way, wooden...

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Resistance to Insects And Fungi


or the protection of wood against fungi and the influence of insects, such as the termites that they feed, while using anti-frosting and anti-moisture wood, they retrofit wood with various chemicals. The method of applying protective materials is divided into two types of surface contamination and surface saturation. Surface impregnation drops the wood in a protective material solution, spreads...

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