The rafter is the wooden element that holds the kit house together
The floor components fit onto the top plate and form the floor of the building.
The lintel is used for window frame and door openings.
The beam is used to hold the storeys together, as in a traditional building. It can accommodate heavy spans.
The insulated belt block is the one that tops the wall. It accommodates the embossed plate.
The “traditional” insulated wooden block is the most commonly used in a self-build. It is available in 3 formats.
The insulated bottom block will be the first one placed on the wooden starting plate.
The wooden plates serve as a base for the self-build and connect the belts of blocks.
Made of glulam, the beam is used for long spans (window openings > 1.5m, open spaces, etc.). It allows sufficient spans for most loads.
The beam takes the weight of the floor.