Norwegian type - peeled, sawn and milled logs, creates a smooth wall look with horizontal joints.

There are two types of milled logs - ordinary and glued milled logs. Logs of this type can be square or square with rounded sides at the point where the logs join, - the rounded ones visually imitate axed logs, but unlike the original square logs, all milled logs are identical because they are artificially created by removing part of the wood. To prevent the house from sitting down, it is built of dry logs. The building built in this way also fits well in the city, as it visually resembles a wide-boarded building.