Angarsk pine


Houses made of pine: from Siberia with love


The fact is that on Earth there are up to 30 different ecotypes of pine. So, a lot of options for wood, from which your house can be built. We rely on the Angara pine from Siberia. After all, it surpasses the common analogs in many respects: strong and dense wood is formed for centuries, which makes it a durable material. Excellent keeps the heat, but does not overheat. Ideal in cold winter and hot summer conditions. And it is resistant to temperature changes, which means that sudden thaws and early frosts are not terrible for her; perfectly resists rotting, due to the high resin content; Relatively low construction price of the house, compared with the cost of larch or cedar.


Angarsk pine is an evergreen coniferous tree of the pine family. The trunk of this tree is straight, up to 50 meters high. By the age of 120 years, the pine reaches its mature age. This is a fairly tall tree with a wide trunk and a crown of a specific conical shape. By the shape of the crown, by the way, you can approximately determine the age of the tree, so its peculiar shape is most pronounced at a young age, and the older the tree becomes, the more "opened" the crown becomes. Pine needles are evergreen, they are original leaves.


Angarsk pine is quite simple to build, this wood is not subject to cracking and deformation during drying, of course, if at this stage all the rules done, such as temperature regime and humidity level are observed. Angara pine wood is an environmentally friendly building material, therefore, products from it can be used in any premises. Angara pine wood is one of the materials that is widely used today in construction and finishing. The fact is that the use of this material allows not only to achieve the unique appearance of your home, but also to benefit health to all members of your family. First, the wood of the Angara pine has a pronounced antibacterial properties, because it contains a large number of phytoncides - substances that can kill bacteria and microbes.

The area of ​​distribution of the Angara pine is the Taiga forests of the Irkutsk Region, the Angara river basin. Unique conditions of this tree species provide special natural conditions of the Siberian taiga: a cold climate, relative windlessness, prevalence of sandy soils, ecological purity of the region. The climate in which the tree grows is quite severe, which is why houses from the Angara pine are distinguished by excellent physical and mechanical characteristics, increased density, and resistance to damage. All this makes the pine one of the most popular in the construction and finishing of rocks for building a house. The color range of wood is quite diverse, the color can be either yellow, or red, and sometimes brown. The coloring depends on a number of factors, in particular, on the region and the conditions for the growth of the tree. Angarsk pine from Siberia is famous for its pink velvet shade, which glued or profiled scantlings acquires over the years as good wine.