"LATLAFT" just acquired "Sentral godkjenning for ansvarsrett". It extends our service spectrum and simplifies the process of obtaining the building permission for our clients.
Here you can find our company Statistics of 2016. Choose the right company with who to build your Cabin !
As time passes, perspective of traditional log house design has changed significantly, as today’s customer seeks to be closer to the nature by demanding more space and light in their homes.
The exhibition will take part from March 31th to April 3th in the exhibition center „EXPORAMA”.
Open this post to see what our customers say about us in our ''Reference Book 2015''. We are very thankful to all our customers, that made 2015- the best year so far. With 35 built cabins this year, it gave us the opportunity to meet many wonderful families, therefore, we would like to share their experience with you.
Latlaft has started to offer Modern Norwegian style furniture. For more details please contact us Ilze@latlaft.lv Some of the examples of the furniture you can check out in our second Facebook page
We have reached our goal by building more than 30 cabins in 2014, and reaching close to 300 cabins in total. These numbers make “LATLAFT” the leading company in the handmade log house market and provides stable foundation for the future growth and development.
LATLAFT has today been named as a National Champion in The European Business Awards sponsored by RSM International; a prestigious competition supported by businesses leaders, academics, media and political representatives from across Europe.
One of our customers wrote an article in the local newspaper ''Sør-Trøndelag'' about his successful experience with us !!!
Enjoy the full description of building process with pictures by one of our clients.Seeing our clients fulfilling their cabin dream, brings satisfaction in our daily work routine
We have enrolled in the Norwegian Chamber of Commerce in Latvia, which is one of the largest of the foreign chambers in Latvia.
Tough Norwegian winter is not an obstacle to maintain our building pace.