Not everyone can afford to have their own housing – real estate prices are too high. Nevertheless, today there are special technologies that allow the construction of strong and reliable structures at a relatively low cost. This includes the so-called frame construction, which today is presented as something innovative. However, such a technology has been known for several centuries, and it is quite common in Europe. In Russia, there are still not too many firms involved in frame construction, although there is a tendency toward a constant increase in the number of players.
The popularity of frame construction is due to the fact that the construction of buildings does not require specialized equipment, a small number of people are involved, the construction time rarely exceeds several months (and can be carried out in the winter season), the materials are cheaper, and as a result, Continue reading
Business in the construction industry is always quite complicated, but at the same time promising. Due to the fact that capital construction requires a considerable investment, consumers are often interested in providing alternative services when construction can be erected with minimal time and financial costs. In this case, it is advisable for them to contact the company that is engaged in the construction of modular buildings. Such buildings are delivered to the object in a practically ready state, it remains only to assemble according to the developed scheme. For such a building does not require laying the foundation, the resulting building can subsequently be disassembled and moved to a new location. All this allows the use of temporary buildings at full-scale construction projects, during any events, for the customer’s own needs, in general, the scope of such buildings is very, very extensive. Continue reading
My home is my castle. Housing is one of the basic human needs. The house of the first person was a cave, then a hut. Today we live in comfortable apartments and individual households. It would seem that many centuries of evolution have created an insurmountable gulf between modern ancient houses and they can have nothing in common. However, there are still more similarities than might seem at first glance. And one of them is heat. In the cold, man – today, like thirty thousand years ago – is uncomfortable. A strong and prolonged cold could well be a threat to life. For this reason, we try to warm our home. In the cave, a fire was a means of heating. Over time, heating systems have evolved. There were fireplaces melted with coal and firewood. There was steam heating. Today, water heating is most often used; electric heaters can also be used as additional heat sources. Continue reading