Canadian houses – tomorrow’s construction technology today.
Canadian or SIP technology allows us to imagine today what the construction of the future is.
Judge for yourself: technological, automated, high-speed production and assembly of buildings, a variety of modern architectural forms, low consumption of raw materials, environmental friendliness, energy-efficient structures, and all this at a low cost of construction with well-planned estimates – all these facts, not a fragment of a fantasy novel.
All stages of the project are automated.
Projects of the Canadian houses are created with the help of special computer programs since for cutting of the building at manufacture accurate calculations of the building frame and bracing trusses are required. For consideration of customers are presented to basic projects, among which a lot of interesting architectural solutions. After approval of the project by the customer, all the structural elements of a Canadian house are manufactured in the factory and delivered to the construction site to be assembled. To assemble the house on the site should be a maximum of 10 days and you can begin the decoration work.
Minimal use of raw materials compared to conventional construction technology
Canadian houses are manufactured in a factory, which allows you to minimize the use of raw materials, and waste that occurs when cutting the panels, collected and recycled later.
If you are at least once will visit the Canadian house at the installation stage, when the walls are not covered with plasterboard, you will notice that this house smells like wood. The reason is that we use high-quality Austrian EGGER OSB for the production of SIP. OSB is a building material of wood origin, it is a compressed board made of rectangular shavings and resin by the hot-pressing method. Also, the glued beam is used to connect the sandwich panels. Styrofoam is an environmentally friendly material, which has exceptionally high heat-saving characteristics. The bonding mortar is a polyurethane adhesive, completely harmless in use.
Canadian houses are warm houses.
The panels are characterized by high energy-saving characteristics (ten times greater than in buildings made of brick and concrete), which allows you to save up to 60% of the cost of heating in the operation of the house. This is especially true in conditions of the constant growth of prices for energy carriers and the organization of autonomous power supply. By its heat-saving characteristics, a 15 cm thick wall made of structural heat insulation panel is superior to a 150 cm thick wall made of brick. Canadian houses with 30 centimeters thick panels do not freeze even without heating in the harshest Arctic frosts.
Mobility and autonomy of construction of a Canadian house.
Ready to assemble the structural elements of the house set have a small weight. Assembling a house is carried out by a team of 4 people and does not require the use of construction machinery. There is no binding to the power capacity and bases of building materials, which allows building in isolated, remote, or hard-to-reach places. Besides, tight erection terms, minimum requirements to the foundation, and almost total absence of special construction machinery make it possible to construct low-rise buildings (up to 3 floors) with any technical and operational characteristics in places with complicated or limited erection conditions. Such as point development in the existing infrastructure, architectural and archaeological monuments and reserves, complex soils and landscapes, sites on utilities and overpasses.