As a result of know-how acquired over the years with regard to building with wood, both in terms of materials and construction processes, JULAR also works on built heritage restoration projects.
Treehouse restoration solutions include floor slabs, lightweight roofs, coatings and pavements, making use of dry construction techniques with high speed and performance.
High-performance materials commonly used include I-Joist beams, Kerto®, glued laminated wood, CLT®, and OSB, among others. We develop tailor-made projects, in close collaboration with owners, designers and contractors, offering appropriate solutions for each case, even in situations of greater technical complexity.
In terms of flooring, Treehouse structures often use the I-Joist beam system, which provides a superior performance to that of solid wood.
This system offers numerous advantages that allow its application in extreme conditions, especially in historical areas of conditioned access, recovery of vulnerable buildings, monuments and architectural heritage, but also in large residential and industrial projects.
For restoration projects in which there is significant degradation of the roof, it is possible to adopt Treehouse solutions for the recovery or renovation of the entire roof structure.
Among the materials most used are glued laminated wood and Kerto®, due to its properties of high mechanical resistance, durability and resistance to fire and earthquakes. The on-site assembly is swift, without requiring heavy machinery, given the easy handling of the different components of the structure.