2 fundamental aspects to choose the right construction system for your project

by | Oct 12, 2021

construction system

A construction system is a union that occurs between materials, procedures, and tools, which produce a specific construction as a result.

To choose the best construction system for your architectural project, you must have the support of an expert company that will provide you with the necessary guidance about construction systems, so that once you know the details of the subject you can make decisions adjusted to the reality.

You can do all of this with Carolina Custom Homes, and assertively choose the right construction system for your requirements.

 

 

2 fundamental aspects to choose the right construction system for your architectural project

 

  1. Know the main construction systems:

Knowing the subject allows you to have control of the use of the different materials with which you can make the structure or skeleton of the building as such, as well as for deciding important things such as costs, durability, efficiency, weight it can support, foundation, etc.

 

  • Wood construction system: it is the one that best suits the environment by causing less impact on it. It isn’t as costly, especially in wood areas, and it’s also one of the most used construction systems.

 

  • Constructive system of prefabricated modules: it adapts to each architectural project since they are completely built parts, which can be transported on different dates, in addition to perfectly assembling to create a whole. These systems are avant-garde and adjusted to the concepts of intelligent construction.

 

  • Traditional construction system: these can be made of reinforced concrete, steel, brick, or stone with a pipe system that can be made of plastic or metal, and which roofs are made of a slab, tiles, concrete plate, etc.

 

  • Structural panel construction system: it is also considered an innovative technology in construction due to its benefits. Apart from its very high resistance, it is a material that resists fire, it is both acoustic and thermal insulating as it is covered with the appropriate mortar.

 

  1. Select the construction system that suits your design and that also fits perfectly with the environment

Did you know that there is a fairly important relationship between the construction system and the place where the architectural project is going to be executed? This is mainly thanks to the conditions of the terrain. Some materials adapt better than others, lasting longer and resisting environmental impact much better.

Also, the conditions of the soil type are not the same for the different types of foundation. Here’s when something of great importance comes into play: the work to be carried out must be friendly to the environmental resources of its surroundings. It is a synergy that will undoubtedly result in successful work.

As you can see, choosing the best construction system for your project is not that complicated. It is something serious, though, since it can affect not only your economy but also involves a responsibility with the planet and with the environment.

We have expert staff deeply committed to providing you with all the information and helping you achieve your goal of choosing only the best for your construction project.

Mike Goubran

Mike Goubran

Mike Goubran, owner of Carolina Development and Properties, LLC, and its affiliate, Carolina Custom Homes and Renovations, LLC, has been building homes in the Charlotte area for over 20 years. Mike graduated with a degree in Construction Management from East Carolina University and went on to receive a Master of Business Administration from Queens University in Charlotte. He has been a Licensed General Contractor since 1999 and currently holds this designation in both North and South Carolina. Mike is also a Certified Green Professional and is a member of the National Association of Home Builders. Carolina Custom Homes and Renovations is also an Accredited Business with the Better Business Bureau.

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