FAQ

No, protection system transmits the lightning to land.
No, galvanized structural steel is used. Steel coated with galvanize doesnot corrode.
Yes, the most important precaution to be taken against earthquake is to lessen the weight of the building. Steel buildings are 5 to 10 times lighter than reinforced concrete buildings. Steel absorbs the earthquake energy to a great extend and saves you and your belongings.
Yes, fabricated load bearing members ensure high quality for reasonable prices, shorten the construction period, reduce the labor costs; steel is long-lasting.
No, it doesnot get bug-infested, doesnot deflect, wear off or burn. Galvanized steel doesnot corrode.
It depends on the project selected, however it is more cost efficient than a reinforced concrete house which is the same size and of the same quality.
It takes 4 to 8 weeks depending on the size of the building after the foundations are completed.
Mechanical and electric installation pipes are mounted in the walls and ceilings on the spots that are identified at the stage project.
Only non-load bearing walls can be changed with the approval of the engineer.
It is not possible to add a new floor to a completed and delivered building.
Yes, insulation materials are selected according to the climate conditions of the location of the house.
Yes, when necessary precautions to protect the steel load bearing system are taken, fireplace and barbeque can be installed.
No. Various architectural designs can be easily implemented. You can either select among existing projects or request a special architectural project for yourself.
The most suitable and cost efficient solutions are found in 1, 2 or 3 storey houses. Though we construct up to Ground + 4 Floors.
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