Our Selection and Model of Houses and Cabins


Our company The Grant Group specialize in manufacturing and constructing quality cabins, small and big houses, winter and summer houses. We can assist you in making your dreams come true by helping you plan and design your home for the future. Following your choice and design, our company in Norway can undertake construction of the houses or the complete work.


  • Cabins
  • Small and Big Houses Made of Wood
  • Winter and Summer Houses


Let us help you make your dreams home and plans come true. Our aim is to be able to offer you superb quality materials for cabins and small houses. We have had many years of experience in the home and leisure market.


With important constructions such as wood building the choice of the raw materials is essential for perfect quality. We use the wood of the Nordic Pine for house structures.


It's the best materials for the houses because it is particularly resistant to decay and is characterized by a high share of core wood, pores rich in resin and slow and even growth.






Individually design and hand built of natural timber (slow growing pine tree of the best quality). The various cabins are original and connected to nature; the design gives an extend lease of life. These cabins are ideal for family and it is individually design to the highest specifications.







Products and materials used in means unparalleled quality and performance.


It incorporates high levels of insulation. Good ventilation is the key to a healthy comfortable home, energy efficiency and environmental consideration.








The superior quality and our house builders have drawn on their world-famous experience in design to ensure that these houses are pleasant to live in, and have kept your family's well being in mind. 







  • High quality, natural Nordic Pine from substainable forest.
  • A natural product, aesthetically pleasing, flexible in design, structurally sound and hypoallergenic.
  • An insulator, has excellent acoustics, is appraisable, and increases the resale value of your home. Wood, being a product of nature, will have characteristics such as grain, knots, pin holes and many other beauty marks of nature.
  • It's the best material for the houses because it is particularly resistant to decay and is characterized by a high share of core wood, pores rich in resin and slow and even growth.
  • It last a lifetime, gaining a character as it ages. It makes home healthier, more healthier and more valuable. It has a natural beauty, character and warmth.
  • Using 1m 3 of wood instead of other materials results in 0.8 tonnes of CO 2 sequestration Source: European Commission's DG Enterprise, 2003.




Advantage of Houses Made of Wood


  • Carbon dioxide emissions, which contribute to global, warming, are three times higher for steel than for a comparable quantity of wood.
  • While wood accounts for 46 percent of industrial raw materials (by weight) worldwide, it uses only 4 percent of the energy required to process raw materials into useful products.
  • Air pollution emissions such as sulphur dioxide, nitrous oxides, methane, particulate and volatile organic compounds are significantly higher for steel than for wood.
  • Wood is the only building material derived from a renewable resource.  It is considered an agricultural crop that is harvested and replanted in a continually regenerating cycle while nonrenewable resources such as iron ore are mined on a permanently depleting basis.
  • Most wood substitute materials come from nonrenewable resources--petrochemicals used in plastics and ores used for aluminum, iron, etc .
  • All wood contains some water in common use, since dry wood can even absorb moisture from air surrounding it. Wood in a living tree contains much more water than wood in use. Typically, there is nearly as much water by weight in a tree as there is wood material. A giant redwood contains enough water to fill a backyard swimming pool.
  • There is no such thing as "dry rot". Wood will not decay if kept dry. However, there are some decay fungi that can transport water great distances through root like structures and destroy wood even when it is not near a source of water.
  • No wood is naturally immune indefinitely to decay, regardless of exposure conditions. 
  • The age of a piece of wood cannot be determined just by looking at it.  The number of years that it took to produce the piece can be approximated by counting growth rings showing on the end, but the total age of the tree from which it came and the time since cutting cannot be determined this way.





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