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building in the tropics

Buildings that are more responsive to the tropics is as critical as ever. Designing and building a home in a tropical climate requires consideration of a number of factors including: orientation, solar shading, and passive ventilation. The type of windows and their placement to create an ideal thermal comfort level without the need for air conditioning. Consideration to materials used for roof and walls. Incorporating outdoor spaces that offer great functionality.

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advantages of prefabrication

Prefabricated homes designed and built specifically for Thailand’s tropical climate and varying topography, from coast to mountains, provide a number of benefits for the new home or resort owner.

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benefits of modular systems

Modular homes are the ultimate prefabricated building system. These highly customisable, environmentally-friendly homes are built almost entirely in a factory setting, saving both homeowners and builders time, effort and money. Each home is designed and constructed to meet all building codes.

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What is sustainability?

Sustainability means meeting our own needs without compromising the ability of future generations to meet their own needs. In addition to natural resources, we also need social and economic resources. Sustainability is not just environmental- ism. Simply put, sustainability is about small changes we can make to help look after the planet. Making these changes helps protect animals, plants and our natural resources so that future generations will be able to enjoy them.

 

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