Frequently asked questions
Eurodita was founded in 1994, in Lithuania.
We currently export to 19 different countries. Our leading markets are United Kingdom, United States and Australia.
We work exclusively B2B and offer private label log homes. 99% of our customers are other companies instead of end customers. 100% of our clients sell to customers in 1-15 exhibition grounds.
The number varies between seasons, but on average we employ 125 people.
Yes! We have a comprehensive and generous partner program that you can learn more about here.
Our yearly timber processing capacity is at ~15000 m3. This translates into roughly 14000 garden sheds and ~30 large residential log homes per year.
Massive logs: 19x100mm; 28x100mm; 35x100mm; 44x130mm; 58x130mm and 70x130mm;
Glued logs: 70x130mm; 88x260mm;135x260mm; 180x260mm and 220x260mm.
Yes, we produce several types of doors and windows:
Windows and doors for garden sheds are made with single-layer glass of 4mm thickness, or single-glazed units of 4-6-4mm. All windows are tilt and turn type.
Windows and doors meant for larger log homes all meet the Euro68 standard.
These windows and doors are double-glazed and 4-16-4mm thickness.
All windows and doors are tilt and turn type.
We can offer these windows and doors with 3-layer glazed glass at 92mm thickness.
We can offer all windows and doors in Euro68 standard, dyed in any color on the RAL color palette.
Absolutely! We are happy to create new and unique log cabin designs. We use an in-house software that quickly and accurately calculates the price of each unique project. It also provides a 3D generated model of the final log cabin with provided parameters.
Because of our bespoke orders and personal approach to customer service, production times can vary. It can also depend on the season the production takes place.
Yes, we handle our own delivery. We outsource only in rare, exceptional occasions.
Since we control the production process, we can oversee the costs and mitigate them rising before they affect the final product.
We use Northern spruce – a light, durable material that we make sure to purchase from sustainable sources.
Log cabin homes
Compared to regular homes, log cabins do not exhibit that many differences, other than slightly increased fire hazard due to the nature of timber. This hazard is mitigated with special anti-flammable dye.
The quality of dye used determines how often you will need to repaint the log house. It’s recommended to refresh the outdoor dye every 2-3 years.
While we do not provide insulation, we do prepare double-layer walls, floors and roofs that are ready for insulation during construction.
There are no limits on how long log cabin homes can last. With proper maintenance, they will last more than decades.
We always recommend laying a full foundation. Our clients usually build log houses on concrete piles.
While wood has good insulation properties, the full energy efficiency also depends on the insulation material and its thickness.
Compared to regular houses, log homes do carry increased fire risk due to the nature of the building material. However, flame-retardant dyes are readily available to mitigate this risk.