Management and office offices: For places where there is a lot of open space but there is little space to create offices in the building
2. Types of villas: High resistance to all types of weather as well as easy transportation to a variety of places that are difficult to cross, such as mountainous areas and deserts
3. Shops, sports facilities, types of toilets, schools: Cost-effective and remote some places where it is difficult to build a school or for economic reasons it is not possible to build.
Internal facilities of prefabricated structures
Like other residential houses, like any prefabricated building, it has a living room, luxury kitchens with modern and classic European designs, which vary in size depending on the area of the building. One of the most important parts of a prefabricated house is the bedroom. And mentioned their health services. In terms of bedroom design, they are considered as a private space in any private building. You can go to the bedrooms by going through the living room and reaching the corridor, which is basically designed in the middle. In designing the decoration of such rooms, wooden wall cabinets, which are sometimes accompanied by sliding doors with mirrors and glass, are usually used to make better use of the space.
The bathroom is another important part of the prefabricated building. These places are most often located next to the entrance door of the building. Of course, in other cases, at the request of the customers (villa owners), they plan them in the bedrooms and in their direction (in the corridor mentioned in the previous section). Baths are usually considered next to the bathroom. But in general, everyone wants the bathroom in the bedrooms to be separate for the room. All the necessary facilities can be found in any bathroom, including mirrors, toilets, showers and bathtubs and other necessary accessories. Other facilities considered in the design and construction of prefabricated villas are parts for water tankers, solar panels and storage.
Types of prefabricated structures
Mobile prefabricated structures: Mobile prefabricated buildings have the ability to move from one area to another. The components of this type of villa are made in factories, then in the assembly workshop and these parts are connected together and after the construction process, they are installed in the desired place.
Fixed prefabricated structures: These types of structures are mostly used for cases that do not require relocation and are installed in a fixed place.
The difference between prefabricated buildings and traditional structures
Prefabricated structures are produced in an industrial environment where all the tools and space required by the constructors are available in a short period of time, such as a few weeks, while traditional and conventional buildings are built from one It lasts for several years. There are also problems in the project that are not in the factory environment, such as natural factors such as extreme cold and heat, snow and rain, which also cause problems in the construction of these structures and the construction process. It takes too long. Most vendors give similar explanations, but differ in quality, after-sales service, manufacturing management price, and so on. After a lot of research and inquiry, you should choose and buy the best one.
The idea of building components and prefabricated houses originated in Europe at the beginning of the 18th century, but did not materialize until the 19th century. After a ten-year stalemate, World War II marked the beginning of an industrial boom in Europe and North America. The motivation to speed up construction and turn to prefabricated building components and prefabricated houses stemmed from the need for quick housing. Today, more than 60% of buildings in developed countries are industrially produced, and more than 90% of their residential and commercial buildings use prefabricated building components and dry systems.
Summary of the advantages of prefabricated buildings and houses
Excellent insulation against extreme heat, humidity and cold and a significant reduction in energy consumption.
◊ Construction and execution of the installation very quickly and as a result, exploiting the investment made in the shortest possible time.
پایین Very low maintenance costs compared to other buildings.
. Possibility of any change in the interior plan without throwing materials.
◊ Low weight of this type of prefabricated building compared to traditional buildings, which greatly reduces the cost of the foundation.
◊ Ability to reuse (reassemble) in another place without wasting on materials.
◊ Increase the interior space of the building due to the thin walls.
اختConstruction and installation of prefabricated buildings without throwing and leaving construction debris without disturbing the neighbors.
◊ And the possibility of loading in a geographical location, even being impassable, the possibility of performing the installation in any weather conditions.
◊ Impossibility of penetration of banana insects.
اب Ability to wash outside the building every day with detergent and maintain the new look of the building after years.
Types of prefabricated buildings
Prefabricated residential building
Prefabricated office building
Prefabricated janitor building
Prefabricated building of the prayer hall
Prefabricated dormitory building
Cultural prefabricated building
Prefabricated villa building
. Earthquake damage is irreparable.
The damage caused by the Bam earthquake is estimated at $ 1.3 billion.
⇐ Bam Central Fire Department building, which was a two-story building, collapsed completely and fire and rescue vehicles were left under the rubble.
Header on prefabricated building energy
>> 40% of the country’s energy is wasted in traditional buildings.
>> 79% of the input energy is wasted in traditional buildings.
>> Energy waste in Iranian buildings is 5 times that of Europe.
>> In 1387, 140 billion cubic meters of gas was consumed in the country, of which 56 billion cubic meters was related to the construction sector, which is more than the total consumption of EU countries.
>> Traditional brick production in Iran consumes about 2 billion liters of furnace oil annually.
>> The energy required to produce traditional bricks is twice that of modern products.
>> The amount of savings resulting from the modification of consumption patterns in the field of construction industry is estimated to be more than 7 billion dollars (7,000,000,000,000) annually.