Accuracy and speed of construction
Building systems supplied to our market ensuring fast and highly accurate construction. Systems equipped with a combination of pen - groove facilitate the construction, reduce the consumption of mortars and demands for skilled labor.
Strength and safety
Bricks burnt at high temperatures, ensures a long service life. Proof of the buildings that survived the centuries. Soundness and constant thermal-technical parameters ensure constant operation of the building.
High thermal accumulation
Brick buildings are characterized by excellent heat accumulation, thus creating an environment for a comfortable life. In winter, keep the heat inside the room, in the summer turn provide pleasant shade. In conjunction with good insulation leads to a significant reduction in heating costs.
Very good sound insulation
Unlike other types of constructions provide brick houses high protection against sound transmission walls. This is important not only in multi-storey buildings, which eliminates noises transmitted floors higher floor, but also two-storey home, where there is a muting of individual rooms. And of course this is extremely important if the house stands in a very quiet area, for example. Near the main road.
Lower water sensitivity
The brick house is less sensitive to water than, for example timber. If in case the water gets to wooden structures on the wooden bearing parts may relatively quickly decrease the stability of the house. In contrast, a brick building after drying maintain nearly the same properties as the moisture absorption or by soaking, of course if there is a rapid drying. This experience confirms the number of houses that were flooded during the floods, and now they are again habitable.
The possibility of using natural material
If you use for construction ceramic materials, you can be sure that the material is from natural sources, produced organically by firing at high temperature. Used ceramic materials is also possible to easily and harmlessly recycled.
Diffusion of water vapor
Transferability building materials secures healthy environment in which no accumulation of water vapor and the consequent formation of mold. The structure of clay bricks allows divert excess moisture out of the house, or vice versa if too dry air in the room to bring her back. This is especially important for the new building when it is necessary to remove absorbed moisture during the construction of the house.
Masonry building materials are flammable, and thus ensure good protection of the house in case of fire. Fire resistance can be increased by using special fire mortars and plasters.