The assemble of the light steel buildings
The building arrives on site with all of the components required for the complete installation of the house. Assembly is rapid and requires no 'wet' trades. Our team can install the building or the house can be assembled by local contractors under our supervision with the help of full installation drawings which are are supplied with each building.
HORSEA homes are designed to be assembled on a concrete slab base which should be prepared prior to the building being delivered. Foundations and services should form part of these initial ground works. We provide full plans of the slab size allowing local contractors to prepare the site. Wall and roof frames are pre assembled in the factory to minimise erection time on site. Frames are joined together and positioned on the concrete floor slab prior to fixing the building structure to the slab. HORSEA light steel frame buildings can be engineered to withstand any climate and the steel structure is guaranteed for 100 years.
The completed structure is ready for traditional roofing and exterior cladding materials, and internal finishing by competent local tradesman. HORSEA homes light steel frame structures follow the same finishing process as a tradtionally built home made of cast concrete or bricks. Local contractors can carry out completing works without special skills or equipment employing existing trades and well known techniques.