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  • Asphalt Shingles | The Most Popular Type Of Roof Shingles
    • May 12. 2021

    There are many types of roofs to choose from, and there are many materials to choose from, such as asphalt shingle, cedar, metal, wood chips, rubber, copper, slate, and ceramic tiles. However, most roofs are constructed using asphalt shingles. According to data surveys, the most Asphalt shingles are also popular. Let’s take a look at the top 5 reasons why asphalt shingle roof installations are mos...

  • Developing a simplified method of calculating U-values in light steel framing
    • October 29. 2021

    There has been considerable debate over the development of simplified calculation methods for thermal resistance (R-value) and thermal transmittance (U-value) for light steel frame constructions that designers can easily use. Such simplified methods have presented a particular difficulty for light steel framing constructions as compared with many other forms of construction because they must accom...

  • Fabricated Building Board Products Available on The Market
    • December 13. 2021

    ■Structural board (OSB, cement board, calcium silicate board, fiber board); ■Exterior panels; ■Plastic board; 1. The purpose of various plates ■Structural panel structure is used for the exterior structural wall panels of all (low-rise, bottom and high-rise) buildings. ■All interior wall decorations (used for low-rise, vertical and high-rise) buildings. ■Exterior panels The exterior panels can be ...

  • Should You Choose OSB or Plywood ? Here is What to Consider
    • February 09. 2022

    Whether you're building a new house or doing some renovating, you might have to purchase some wood panels for subfloors or sheathing. There are many choices available, but the two most commonly used products are oriented strand board (OSB) and plywood.  OSB and plywood are both made from wood pieces, glues, and resins. They come in large sheets or panels, and each can be used for a variety of...

  • Need Help Deciding Between a Flat Roof and a Sloped Roof? Here's What to Know
    • February 21. 2022

    Whether you’re building a new home or doing a major overhaul of your current home’s roof, both flat and sloped roofs have their advantages and drawbacks. We break down the key factors to consider when choosing between a flat roof and a sloped roof. What’s the Difference Between a Flat and a Sloped Roof? As their names indicate, a flat roof is a flat surface, whereas a sloped roof is angled&nb...

  • Cold Formed Steel Framing - How and Style
    • April 02. 2022

    How is Cold-Formed Steel Framing Made? The production of cold-formed steel begins with the production of raw steel. This is made by combining iron ore or scrap steel with carbon in a furnace. Then, cold-formed steel framing is made from sheets of this structural steel. These sheets are fed through roll-forming machines, which turn the steel into c-shaped sections or other shapes (depending on the ...

  • How to Anti-Corrosion in LGS Villas in Humid Climate
    • June 13. 2022

    Let look at a cold formed steel framing villa located in humid climate next to Sea. Villa Exterior Overview at Long-distance Wall Framing Corrosion Roof Framing Corrosion Exterior Wall Corrosion How to Anti-Corrosion in LGS Villas in Humid Climate ? BuildMart suggest details should be take care in air tightness, water tightness, interior insulation material, and construction technology. 1. Ch...

  • Light Gauge Steel Framing Fabrication Processes & Drawings at Fab Shops
    • August 16. 2022

    Fabrication of light gauge steel framing is a process that uses raw materials such as light weight structural steel and light gauge steel to turn it into an object with a specific design and function used in buildings and building parts. Such fabricated items may have other uses besides in construction like in furniture, model & etc. The process of steel frame construction is carried out in sp...

  • Light steel is safer during earthquakes
    • November 28. 2022

    The earthquake itself does not hurt people, but the actual injury is the earthquake caused by the collapse of non-resistant buildings. When an earthquake comes, the walls of the brick house will naturally crack during the vibration process because of the activity of the left and right and up and down, and the excessive weight of the brick house itself will also cause the foundation to sink, thus l...

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