If you want to build a house or use a prefabricated module for any work activity, today there are many possibilities that have several advantages. We talk about why and where we should use prefabricated modules.
In recent years, advancement in construction technology and techniques has led to a significant increase in interest in the use of prefabricated buildings. We talk about some of the most important advantages of prefab buildings.
Advantages of prefabricated buildings.
Precast construction undoubtedly offers many advantages:
- Production speed.
- Simple disassembly.
- Absolute certainty of execution costs.
- Reduction of possible errors in manufacturing.
- Simple maintenance.
- Quick delivery times.
- They guarantee high performance and a sustainable alternative to traditional concrete.
In fact, traditional buildings have a higher incidence in terms of cost, which is why prefabricated buildings or modules are now more in demand than ever.
For example, just think that in several countries prefabricated houses have reached 40% of total construction, as Japan spearheaded.
Another of the main advantages of prefabricated buildings is the total freedom to modify and customize each aspect of the construction, which can vary according to the specific needs of the client.
Precast blocks are therefore a very valid alternative today to classical construction techniques.
The use of prefabricated modules has no limits and allows from the installation of prefabricated work sheds to the construction of truly exclusive and customizable buildings.
What is a prefabricated construction?
A prefabricated building can be considered for all purposes as a true residential or service structure, with high performance in terms of consumption, maintenance and durability, resistant to atmospheric and seismic agents.
Prefabricated constructions can be made of wood, metal, in addition to traditional materials, and all these types guarantee high stability and considerable savings in the costs of the final construction.
Prefabricated structures are built in a single module, in the case of small models, or piece by piece in large facilities, to later assemble them in the established place. This also involves quick transportation, installation or placement.
There are different models and types of prefabricated buildings on the market that differ by their functional characteristics:
- Residential or industrial structures.
- Building materials (for example, concrete, masonry, wood).
- Structure dimensions.
- Prefabricated buildings include containers, prefabricated wood …
- Industrial precasts, such as sheds, sheds and heavy concrete structures.
The rough constructions require the delivery of the complete external structure, which excludes the toilets and floors, or they can be added later by the end customer.
Turnkey prefabricated buildings are delivered ready both inside and outside.
Remember that prefabricated buildings are also subject to current regulations, such as building permits.