Build A Wooden House In Your Land

A house is built basically of bricks, stones, chips, cement and of wood and there also exists wooden houses. Like the regular brick and cement houses wooden houses are also built on a laid plan but are not as concrete as the former one. Wooden houses are generally found in the hills and in the cooler climates. Tropical or rainy climate is not suitable for the construction of wooden houses.

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In cold and dry weather countries wooden houses are more common than in tropical countries where wooden houses will be a mere waste of money. Wooden houses are built with planks of wood joined together. Their plan and layout is technically different from that of the brick houses. Their flooring and walls are also done up of wood .The cost of maintenance wooden houses is much higher than the maintenance of concrete houses.

There are generally built in the area which are prone to earth quakes and land slides. That is because wooden houses cause less damage to life and property if a natural calamity strikes than the concrete houses. Therefore one is more likely to find wooden houses in the earth quake belts of the world. In the cold countries we are more likely to find wooden houses.


The climate of such countries is suitable for building wooden houses. The dry and cold climate does not weather wood much and thus the long activity of the house is maintained. Wooden houses are also warmer compared to the brick houses. Thus in cold climates it keeps people warmer as wood does not easily become cold and heat is trapped in the house.

The wooden houses also expensive and have become a possession of the rich and famous who build wooden castles for them selves. No matter what the houses are made of when they are filled with the laughter of people it becomes a heaven for the family. People buy expensive wooden houses and farm houses which become the symbol of their aristocracy.

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