Building system process begins by engineering your custom home on a 3D computer system, after which our engineers analyze the home to make sure that it is structurally sound.
We can manufacture components for homes, apartment buildings, hospitals, schools, commercial facilities and more. Our expert technicians provide high quality components at the lowest possible cost. We are committed in keeping our environment green, by reducing waste and improving efficiency.
Stick built construction is building method where the entire house is built at the job site stick by stick. Nowadays, few homes are built completely as Stick built construction because most homes use components that are built in a factory.
Component construction is the trend by building walls and floors as components, inside in a controlled environment, using precision machines with all of the materials within easy reach. On the other hand, stick built construction builds outside on the open ground in all types of weather conditions. Component Construction main advantages are the builder has much more control of their costs, the homes are framed in much more shorter period.
Components are built as floor panels, wall panels and roof in the production facilities. The 3D engineering system interfaces with computer produce accurately and efficiently the components which are built indoors in a controlled environment, which minimizes weather damage.
The structure of your home start from the footings, where the house meets the ground. Everything is supported by the footings, it's determined the area you live in.
Stem walls or concrete foundation walls (brick or concrete block) other vertical elements needed to support the floor (piers and steel columns). And beam typically supporting the floor joists, which in turn is supported by the foundation walls and intermittent.
Walls separate the interior space into rooms within the home. Wall may support a load from above (load-bearing) or simply their own weight. Ceiling in turn are supported by the walls below or by a ceiling beam. Ceiling is included in the load bearing elements of the house as it add on it weight to the wall attached to it. All the weight is carried down through the roof, walls, floor, foundation walls, and footings to the ground.