As a building material, solid wood is far more sustainable than other building materials: It is a renewable raw material and requires only a low energy input for its further processing. Around 33% of global CO2 emissions are caused by the building and housing industry. Using wood as a building material would significantly reduce these CO2 emissions.
One cubic metre of wood used in construction captures around one tonne of CO2. It can be recycled as a raw material or energy supplier and is therefore 100% bio-recyclable.
No third-party materials
A LinaHaus is pure wood. The LinaHaus elements consist of natural wood from PEFC-certified forests, no glue, foils or other synthetic building materials are used.
Wood is an ideal recycling material, and LinaHaus is part of this cycle of sustainability.