There is a recent news item about bone structure Toronto residents have seen rise in their midst. Among the adjectives used to describe the technology is innovative; new bone structure Toronto owners’ comments seem to validate the use of the term.
Basically a bone structure home falls under the category of a pre-fabricated home. The components required to build the home are pre-manufactured in a factory and shipped as a kit of parts to the construction site. The design is finalized and the foundations are built on the site prior to assembly. And when the kit of parts for the bone structure building arrives, all that is needed is some bolts, a hand drill and manpower. Every component is so precisely designed and manufactured that they literally snap together. So what are the benefits of a bone structure home?
Bone structure homes are made of 11 gauge galvanized steel which have been designed and cut to be as light and strong as possible. This material is rust resistant and will keep your home stable even in high winds and earthquakes. Bone structure homes are designed to conform to the requirements of the National Building Code of Canada.
The high thermal resistance of its walls and roofs will result in significant power and heating cost reductions. Precision manufacturing of components almost entirely eliminates any material wastage and steel is 100% recyclable.
Architects use 3-D modeling software during the design process. Cutting and manufacturing involve the use of the same state-of-the-art technology used in plane and ship manufacture. The design allows for the use of the frames to carry utilities. All materials used will not decay and are naturally resistant to the growth of molds and other types of health hazards.
Bone structure homes do not require a lot of equipment to assemble. Their connectors are bolted together for strength and ease of assembly. Assembly does not require any further cutting or welding of parts. The structure does not require the use of sealants, further cutting down on assembly time. Company estimates give a 5 man crew the ability to assemble up to 1,000 square feet per day!
Although there are more than a dozen designs to choose from, each bone structure home is built to incorporate the owner’s design preferences. The building blocks of the system can be mixed and match to form many design combinations. It also helps that bone structure buildings can incorporate elements of traditional home building methods. Large open spaces of as much as 25 ft. by 400 ft. are possible, and bone structures can be built up to four floors high. Thus they can be used to build homes on urban and country settings as well as business structures such as warehouses, restaurants, carwashes, salons, etc.
With all these benefits, there is no reason why you should not consider a bone structure home for your family home. In fact, if you are planning on a small business you can probably use the bone structure system there as well.