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Ecosustainability

Building in wood pays off

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Sustainability

Building in wood is a clean investment.

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Fast times

With the new wooden construction technologies, it is possible to move from the design phase to delivery in a few months.

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Safety

Wooden constructions are particularly safe in the event of an earthquake, because wood is a light and elastic, but resistant material.

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Fire resistant

Wood burns slowly, steadily and predictably, without sudden collapses.

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Durability

Thinking that a wooden building does not last over time is denied by the many examples of historic buildings in perfect conservation and use in all latitudes and climates of the world.

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Wellness

In a wooden house you perceive better living comfort and livability for energy saving and quality of the internal microclimate.

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Sustainability

Building in wood is a clean and sustainable investment for the environment, in fact, to create a wooden building, a renewable, abundant material from certified forests (PEFC and FSC) is used. A material that stores CO2 and therefore helps to protect the climate. A material also that, thanks to its natural insulating qualities, allows the air conditioning of buildings (keeping the heat and keeping cool) with little energy consumption, compared to traditional building materials.
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Fast times

With the prefabrication techniques in wood it is possible to pass in a few months (from 4 to 9 months depending on the complexity of the construction) from the design phase to the delivery of the “turnkey” building, with perfect control of the construction time and with the certainty of the estimated costs. In the case of buildings to be put to income, this allows the return on investment to be advanced by 1 or 2 seasons.
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Safety

Building in wood is a clean and sustainable investment for the environment.
Wooden constructions are particularly safe in the event of an earthquake, because wood is a light material (500-600 kg / mc, against 2,000-2,500 of traditional building materials) and elastic, but resistant.

For this reason, with wood it is also possible to easily raise an existing building, without affecting the resistance of the underlying structures, up to the foundations.

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Fire resistant

Wood burns slowly, steadily and predictably, without sudden collapses. It has low thermal conduction from one room to another (especially in the case of the x-lam panel), thus guaranteeing, in the event of a fire, the safety required for controlled evacuation.
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Durability

Thinking that a wooden building does not last over time is denied by the many examples of historic buildings in perfect conservation and use in all latitudes and climates of the world (from the Kyoto Temples to the Palladio Bridge in Bassano del Grappa Vicenza). If well conceived, designed and maintained in a state of controlled humidity, a wooden building lives intact for centuries if not even for millennia. Think also of the wooden stilts on which Venice is built, which are always under the water of the sea, without ever being rotten over the centuries.
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Wellness

In a wooden house you perceive better living comfort and livability, not only from the point of view of energy saving, but also of the quality of the internal microclimate (with natural correct humidity and air quality), due to the greater breathability of the materials that make up the building envelope, compared to traditional ones.
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