I Wood ™



 I Wood technology uses pre-cut, profiled lumber that fits together like Lego ™ blocks.
The component parts are packaged in kits. The kit homes or relief shelters can be assembled by unskilled people with just an electric screw-driver, or an old-time brace and bit where power is unavailable.
This innovative approach makes it possible for non-tradespeople to assemble tiny homes, sheds, shelters, cabins, workshops, utility buildings, greenhouses and portable structures.
I Wood housing kits can be designed in a range of sizes that are expandable and portable.
~They provide superior protection against inclement weather and a safe secure structure in which a family can sleep, eat and begin to rebuild their lives with dignity.
~The profiling process also generates valuable bi-product in the form of wood chips which are suitable for particle board, pulp or wood pellet production.
~By utilizing profile lumber technology, sawmills can realize up to 30% greater value from high volume operations.
~Higher yield than traditional lumber by using smaller diameter trees.
~Provides significant environmental benefits over concrete and traditional lumber.
~Offers sawmills an opportunity for higher value-add exports.

I Wood advantages

~I Wood lumber locks together to form strong, easily-assembled homes.

~Do-it-yourself kits inspired by the IKEA™ flat pack concept.

~Fast assembly – a 100 square-foot frame and roof can go up in a matter of hours.

~Minimal tools and no construction experience required.

~Pre-cut and drilled with high accuracy.

~No guesswork – every component is labelled for easy assembly.

~Assembly manual provided with step-by-step illustrations.

~I Wood has higher strength-to-weight ratio.

~Profiling offers aesthetically pleasing qualities.

~I Wood frames provide better insulation.

~I Wood lumber requires less chemical treatment.

~Components can be pre-treated for resistance to moisture, mold and fire.

~Little to no job site waste.

~Suitable for assembly on concrete, rammed earth or wood platforms