Wireframe construction technology of homes is called Canadian wireframe technology because of the spreading on the North American continent from the borders of Mexico to Alaska. Until now, one-storied buildings in America are being built on this technology. In Europe, this construction technology is popular in Scandinavian countries. In Belarus, this technology has come in the format of "Finnish" and "Canadian" houses and every year it is gaining increasing popularity. The construction of individual houses on an industrial basis is a way of developing the technology of frame construction. In the United States and Canada there are hundreds of industrial enterprises for the manufacture of houses. At these plants, tens of thousands of structural elements are made for frame house designs, some of them produce on the industrial basis ready-made blocks of houses that are assembled on site in a couple of hours in a turn-key ready house.
In Belarus, frame housebuilding is quite a new technology. There are two ways to distinguish: the classical technology of building frame houses; The technology of building a frame house from SIP-panels, or as they call - frame-panel technology. The principle of the construction of a frame house is stored in both technologies.. Classical wireframe technology involves the construction of a framework of structural elements on the construction site. The frame in the frame-panel technology looks like a finished floor of the house, closed with a box of SIP-panels. And, of course, the Belarusian technology of construction that has evolved on our land from "Finnish" and "Canadian" houses with the use of "grandfather" methods, as they say "for reliability" .. What often does not always justify the costs.
If we talk about the construction of a frame wooden house, then for housing with all the amenities "turnkey" takes 2-5 months. It all depends on the size and complexity of the construction of your house. In cases of non-standard projects, an increase in construction is possible.
Construction of a house using classical Canadian technology on the prepared foundation begins with its binding by a board or a beam on the waterproofing of the foundation. Strapping elements are fixed to the foundation with anchor bolts. The hinges are laid I-beams, which serve as the basis for the rough floor of the house. On the roughing floor along the perimeter, load-bearing I-beams are installed on the strapping beam in the form of frame-frame elements. In the case of a two-level house, on the fastened frame-frame modules of the first floor, a ceiling strapping belt is laid, onto which the I-beam joists are installed. The next floor is installed similarly to the previous one and the roof of the house is mounted on the ceiling of the second floor. Roof trusses and truss structures climb up the house by hand or using lifting gear. In parallel with the construction of the roof, the outer walls are sewn up with OSB, and the doors and windows of the house are mounted. After this, the installation of engineering systems at home begins and the filling of the walls with a heater. Internal walls from the GKL cover the heater and some elements of the engineering systems.
Among the companies that build houses on "Canadian" wireframe technology, PUE VP ProfDom stands out by the established production of the full cycle: harvesting wood, primary processing, woodworking according to specified parameters, manufacturing of the structural elements of the future frame house, construction of the house in accordance with the project.
Of course, it is impossible to describe in detail the entire history and technology of building a frame house. Each customer has his own goals, ideas and needs. To find the "keys" to your wishes, please contact us by the phone number of the company or we invite you to our office for a consultation.
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