This is one example of CLT construction. Though there are a number of ways of executing connections between CLT panels, there is a multiplicity of options when it comes to the addition of other materials as well as appropriate structural provision.
This example shows just one way of combining lime render with renewalble insulation such as sheep's wool, hemp or cellulose. Notably the timber structure is exposed to the interior - which will require careful detailing and routing of services. There are plenty more variations in just using these materials as well as the construction details illustrated.
In all details, we would recommend carrying out detailed condensation assessments before committing to the specification. We’d also suggest that this particular example might not fit your brief nor be an ideal solution – so please exercise your professional judgement.
CLT Eaves details
1 Roof covering on battens and counterbattens on breathable sarking
2 Galvinsed steel gutter
3 Timber fascia and soffit board fixed to gusseted engineered I-beams
4 Lime render
5 Render quality wood fibre insulation
6 Renewable insulation between engineered I-beams
7 Crosslam CLT with exposed quality facing to interior
CLT Intermediate floor / wall details
1 Lime render
2 Render quality wood fibre insulation
3 Renewable insulation between engineered I-beams
4 Crosslam CLT with exposed quality facing to interior
5 Screed panel laid over recyled rubber impact sound insulation
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