Steel Frame Cabin – To protect against corrosion, all components of the frame of our home kit are treated with an electrically connected (galvanized) coating. Such treatment is not uncommon for pipe steel, but we exceed industry standards by 50% and are reinforced with a resistant resin coating. The result is corrosion resistance so outstanding that we have become trusted suppliers to every branch of the U.S. Army, for structures in use worldwide.
As the structure of your entire home rests on its basic tracks, our engineers have paid special attention to them. For simplicity, strength and durability, all basic rails of absolute steel use a unique system of precision inserts. The design is so remarkably simple that it is only possible for two people to build the walls and erect the frame of the wall and roof.
And you never need a hammer to “persuade the pieces ” to move forward. The side wall frames attach the base rails with a similar inserting system. This allows small adjustments to the height of the wall frames-very important for the construction of uniform walls and a comfortable and safe building.
Another peculiarity of this simple design is that it can be made without wrinkles, crushing or rolling the parts that other companies must use in their design frameworks. Such treatment strains the metal and leads to diluted and weakened areas, including fractures that invite rust and corrosion.
This is especially important at the base of your structure, where water can condense and accumulate. At Absolute Steel, we again use a plug-in system to form solid compounds rather than damage the metal. This also allows small adjustments to the height of the flanks without losing resistance or stability.
Last week I worked at home, fixing parts for draughts while the DIY chain stood in the background. They discussed the “new fashion ” of the steel structure and discussed the resilience and utility of building with more resilient materials (as in steel-framed houses) than the 2×4 pin.
I thought to myself, what do we always do in wood? How come this is common here in America? Why are we building with wood in an area prone to hurricanes, estuaries, hot and humid summers and cold and humid winters?! It’s not effective, it’s certainly not durable, and it’s certainly not resilient!
Focusing on a particular supplier of steel houses, the show showed that the concept of a steel house is both a new and a warm idea and that your 100% is the best solution for building a new home. The discussion focused on the resilience of weather conditions, sustainability and higher costs than conventional construction.
It made me think. I’m in the process of repairing my wooden house, spending money to heat and have my house air-conditioned because many years ago I decided to save money by opting for timber construction. What was I thinking?! Of course, I saved a few dollars a day, but I live in a very intense house that doesn’t last forever. This is definitely not a sustainable decision.
This, by the way, is what the interior of a steel-framed house looks like. It looks like a fortress! And below is the last house. Looks very nice! Can a steel framed-the one that has been reported on this trade as costly-provide the kind of energy efficiency and savings that a concrete house can? Do I even have to answer that?
Concrete houses consume significantly less energy than steel moulding. And don’t even think about timber construction; There is no competition compared to a concrete house. Think. Fixed concrete walls keep the heat better.
As a result, less air conditioning in summer and less heating in winter means less energy, less energy generation and a lower carbon footprint of building use. In a sense, resilience in this case is equal to sustainability.
Terms, more concrete houses are more durable. And in the event of a disaster, too. Elastic.