The history of Kager construction technology is rooted in key concepts of green building, such as the environmental sustainability of the entire project lifecycle, the achievement of maximum living well-being, the optimization of energy resources, and, above all, the use of natural and high-performing materials.


The construction of a wooden house allows for significant advantages in terms of living well-being, seismic resistance, and excellent energy performance, but only if the construction technology is based on a careful selection of the wood used. All wooden houses made by Kager, consistent with the company’s commitment to excellence in quality, have a structure composed exclusively of certified quality laminated wood.


The characteristics of laminated wood

Laminated wood, unlike solid wood, has no dimensional or shape limitations linked to the size of the tree, allowing greater freedom in the design phase. The production technology of laminated wood also improves the degree of drying, guaranteeing lower humidity content, and reduces the presence of cracks or shrinkage deformations, ensuring considerable shape stability. This allows us to avoid the need for pillars and metal carpentry in load-bearing structures, even for much larger dimensions than solid wood.


The product standard for laminated wood certification is the same as for solid wood, EN 14081. Both products are certified with the same level of reliability and safety.


The Kager quality standard requires that each processing step is carried out with the attention to detail that makes our prefabricated wooden houses special.


The knots naturally present in wood are one of the most beautiful and appreciated aesthetic characteristics of this material, but they represent a potential point of fragility on a structural level, as cracks can develop from the knots. For this reason, Kager craftsmen manually remove every knot present, replacing them with specific reinforcement dowels.








Once this phase is completed, the wall assembly process begins, carried out by hand by specialized technicians with decades of experience. From the assembly of the load-bearing sections to the blowing in of the insulating material and the installation of the wood fiber and natural fiber panels, each phase within the Kager factory ensures maximum control of the quality level of each module that leaves the production line and the absence of thermal bridges in the walls.




By combining these meticulous processes with high-quality materials, Kager ensures that every prefabricated wooden house not only meets but exceeds standards for durability, energy efficiency, and aesthetic appeal.