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WHY PREFABRICATED HOUSES

What you should know...

The prefabricated solution is gaining more and more supporters as it offers greater security, is durable and elegant.
An additional advantage of prefabricated houses is the reduced cost of operation and maintenance compared to conventional houses.
People seem to prefer the prefabrication solution significantly reducing its relocation time.

Why prefabricated buildings

Construction speed

The main advantages of prefabricated construction is that it combines short project completion time with low cost.

Predetermined cost

An important element is that the cost is predetermined accurately from the beginning, giving the correct budget option, excluding any unpleasant surprises.

Coordination of construction

As the whole process of construction from the prefabrication of the skeleton parts in the factory to the assembly and the complete completion and completion of the project are carried out by a single company.

Exact schedule

Every investor knows right from the start the exact date, but also integration and delivery of prefabricated housing.

Ecology

Wood is the most important raw material of the backbone of our houses are ecological and recyclable construction material which does not burden the ecosystem.

Energy saving

The houses of our building system stand out for their high thermal insulation properties, which solve the problems of the continuous increase of energy costs.

Material information

Strict criteria determine the quality selection of Swedish wood, which is very hard, extremely compact, with high specific weight, high mechanical resistance to crushing, chemically discharged and certified. Drying the wood in special dryers makes the wood one of the most suitable building materials for prefabricated houses with strengths up to 80% higher than conventional wood. After the drying process, only 12% of the initial moisture of the wood remains, making it invulnerable to microorganisms. No building material can compare with the warmth and harmony that wood gives. It is an organic non-toxic and is the most important natural renewable raw material used as a building material. It has thermal and seismic behavior.

A natural product of wood fibers with cement binder 2.00 m x 0.60 m. Features: They offer mechanical strength, thermal insulation, sound insulation and sound absorption, with excellent fire response. A wood-based material, which is not affected by high humidity. Heraklith wool boards are lightweight, easy to install with excellent adhesion to concrete. They have high fracture toughness and long life. It is stored and can be used outdoors. Heraklith wood wool is a product with fire categorization reaction B, does not melt, does not produce flammable droplets (d0) and does not produce fire smoke (category s1). Applications: Construction of roof or side walls, external thermal facade and thermal insulation of external walls, from a material with mechanical strength.

Expanded Polystyrene, or EPS for short, is a lightweight foam material. Each piece of Expanded Polystyrene - EPS consists of 98% air and 2% plastic. It is practically impervious to moisture and the stability of the air inside gives it great thermal insulation capacity. It is no coincidence that Expanded Polystyrene-EPS has over 60% of the market for insulation materials in construction in Europe and has been used with unquestionable and permanent results for the last 40 years.

Generally Expanded Polystyrene (EPS) has the following properties:

  • Excellent thermal insulation properties
  • High shock absorption
  • Very low sound transmission rate.
  • Large mechanical resistance
  • Moisture resistant
  • Very low water permeability and water absorption
  • Time resistant
  • Flexible mechanical strength
  • Flammable and self-extinguishing material (new technology)
  • Absolutely safe - harmless to humans
  • Ecological material.

Strict criteria determine the quality selection of Swedish wood, which is very hard, extremely compact, with high specific weight, high mechanical resistance to crushing, chemically discharged and certified. Drying the wood in special dryers makes the wood one of the most suitable building materials for prefabricated houses with strengths up to 80% higher than conventional wood. After the drying process, only 12% of the initial moisture of the wood remains, making it invulnerable to microorganisms. No building material can compare with the warmth and harmony that wood gives. It is an organic non-toxic and is the most important natural renewable raw material used as a building material. It has thermal and seismic behavior.