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WHAT DOES AN ECOLOGICAL HOME MEAN?  
In line with the provisions of the Kyoto protocol (5% reduction of CO2 emissions by 2012).
Reduction of consumption both for heating (minimum 30%) and cooling.
Reduction of pollution in the production of materials used due to lower energy requirements.
Dry construction using breathable materials that prevent the formation of condensation, humidity and moulds.
Ecological environment for high living quality.


 

WHAT IS PLYWOOD?  
The whole structure is formed using the Platform Frame plywood construction system: the plywood beam is a single unit comprising individual bound axis.
Ductile, flexible and hard-wearing, plywood allows for the development of structures of all sizes, not limiting design in any way.
The same dimensions of plywood support significantly greater stresses than solid wood, in addition to boasting greater stability.
The beams used have a section of 6x16 cm as compared with the more widespread used 5x10 cm. They are therefore only stressed for 50/60% of their actual capacity.


 

RESISTANCE OVER TIME  
The mechanical properties of plywood, together with the innovative treatment in the autoclave, make the structure extremely resistant over time.
The wood treatment is calibrated for the most critical weather conditions: humidity, saline fog, salt water and ice.
The quality of the treatments of the wood structure entirely eliminates maintenance works.
The treatment with natural impregnating agents of the visible wooden part limits maintenance costs to simple repeat finishing.

 

TECHNICAL PROPERTIES  
The plywood support structure is protected against fire by means of appropriate technical steps taken involving both the inside and outside of the wall. It can therefore be considered reasonably fireproof.
Wood has a significantly longer hypothetical subsidence time than traditional concrete and/or steel structures.
Plywood is light, solid and extremely elastic, making it the anti-seismic material par excellence. This also explains why the use of wooden architecture is widespread in highly seismic areas such as Japan.
The Platform Frame construction system has a structure factor (resistance to earthquake) of 5, corresponding to the maximum value for wooden constructions both in Eurocode 8 and the New Technical Regulations NTC 2008.
Today, Italian and European regulations no longer limit the height of wooden homes, as a mark of recognition of the mechanical qualities of wooden structures.


 

PRICE/QUALITY RATIO  
A wooden house costs a little less than a traditional house, but is significantly advantageous if we consider the value and quality of the home: technological innovation, ecological respect, economic worth.
On average, a wooden house can be built in 90 days.
This speed is due to several different aspects:
- ease with which wood can be worked;
- lack of unforeseen events guaranteed by a precise design and correct realisation of parts;
- assembly carried out by technicians with more than ten years experience.
No change to price as compared with that agreed during order.
The property value of a wooden home grows constantly over time.



SUBISSATI homes boast insulation and breathability characteristics that are far higher than those of traditional houses.
An external wall of just 30 cm attains energy efficiency class A, against the unlikely 70 cm of a brick-built wall.
The reduced thickness of the walls therefore allows for the recovery of a significant percentage of useful surface area.
Each and every axis is marked by an identification code that can be traced to the technical executive design.
A detailed assembly manual, also available to the customer, guides and simplifies all phases of manufacture, providing an irreplaceable tool for consultation if future work is to be carried out.
SUBISSATI homes are guaranteed for 10 years.


 

FLEXIBILITY  
Depending on customer requirements, the house can be delivered in 4 different stages of works progress:  
Level 1 house built
support structure, ceiling, roof insulated and ventilated, external and internal support wall closed with insulating material included
Level 2 house finished externally external cladding plastered, roof tiles, guttering and drainpipes
Level 3 house finished internally windows, front door, internal doors, frames and internal finish in plasterboard to be completed subsequent to systems
Level 4 turnkey solution water, heating, electrical and drains systems

 

SUBISSATI does not generally work on reinforced concrete footing, screed, construction works, cladding, flooring, bathroom elements and finishes.

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