The future of The Building Business ~ Construcciones Yamaro, by Armando Iachini

The future of The Building Business ~ Construcciones Yamaro, by Armando Iachini

The future of The Building Business ~ Construcciones Yamaro, by Armando Iachini
The building business is
one of the economy sectors that projects the greater numbers of mid-term
changes. The use of materials, which production generates strong impact on the environment, is one of the reasons behind
the implementation of new technologies,
ones that will not only benefit the environment, but also reduce investment
costs.

Experts claim that, in the next few years, structures will sell better depending on their eco-friendly
characteristics – meaning those that consume less energy
, and encourage recycling.

There are products which, in due time, could substitute conventional
materials. Synthetic tiles, made out of recycled plastic and limestone are very
durable, estimates suggesting that, once in use, they could last for over 50
years. The best part, however, is that once they have served their purpose,
they are 100% recyclable. 

When it comes to roof tiling, there are alternatives
such as photovoltaic tiles, which
generate energy for the structures they are placed on
, through the direct
conversion of solar power into electricity, using an electronic device called
“module”.

Regarding the internal divisions of a building’s inner space, the use of
panels made of a combination of Kevlar,
glass fiber and carbon fiber
has become very popular. 

The future of The Building Business ~ Construcciones Yamaro, by Armando IachiniThe pieces are 30%
cheaper and 3% stronger than a traditional bricks, besides being immune to
pests such as vermin or bugs, making it one of the more eco-friendly materials.
The panel’s characteristic insulation is also a boon, as it helps stop noise pollution.
Over the years, wood has been a favorite of the sustainable construction business.
Currently, the innovative element consists of massive wooden panels, measuring approximately 2.40 x 20 meters with
different thicknesses
, which can be used as columns in order to substitute
rebar and cement. These pieces are much cheaper than traditional elements.
Every company in the building business must choose these new technologies to help support the
environment.

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