Опубликована: 17 окт 2011, 15:57
In general, the Russian version of "oblo," doesn’t exist! This is the Finnish version of the word, too. In Russia, there is only the "bowl" cutting (upper and lower), then the halving and a "dovetail". About the durability you are wrong. If correctly done, or rather, that the angle of the "bowl" is covered by the roof, it will stand no less than the halving. Even more the halving will rot, rather than "the cup", because as you know it is colder. Due to the smaller thickness of the angle, as well as, if there is a place for the air access, which can easier pass than in the "bowl". Accordingly, there will be that place, it will rot faster. And you can equally trim the house with normal angles, without protrusions, in the halving and in "the cup". Just you should cut more protuberances in the "bowl". Especially a gap of 5 inches can not hurt. Therefore, your fears are groundless. And even if the angle of the "bowl" has rotten, it still blows less than in the alving.