Green Building


Green Building solutions, sustainable and ecological construction aims to create buildings whose priority is respect for the environment and the welfare and health of its inhabitants, providing the whole with maximum energy efficiency.

The materials used for construction, the capacity to recycle or reuse them and the process involved from the time the raw materials are obtained until they are installed in your home is relevant to this construction philosophy that is gaining more and more followers.

Working with biocompatible materials has very beneficial effects on health, mainly those related to the respiratory system and to conditions caused by electromagnetism, such as allergies, migraines, headaches and stress. Breathing an almost chemical-free air in an environment that eases the stability of magnetic and electrical fields, provides a level of well-being and comfort that was unknown before.

This type of construction allows new and unique designs, totally tailored to your tastes or needs. The versatility offered by these materials makes the creation of innovative projects easier, with wide spaces and large lights that, together with their physical characteristics, allow for maximum energy efficiency, where the dream of having a passive house becomes a reality. A design that takes care of aspects such as orientation, both solar and of predominant winds, the use of natural residues and an indoor air management through air recirculation and aerothermal systems, makes that our buildings present a degree of comfort and well-being of the first level.

We have left for the end the aspects that present a more material character. So far, we have talked about health, comfort, well-being and energy efficiency. Now we will talk about profitability and speed.

This type of construction is much faster and cleaner than the «traditional construction».  Dry construction, with the corresponding saving of resources and advanced design and manufacturing techniques, allows a turnkey house to be available in record time. We are talking about, that a delivery can be made in less than 6 months.

As far as profitability is concerned, there is little to say if you are a bit clever. Both European and national legal regulations and the unquestionable commitment of both public and financial institutions to sustainable and ecological construction clearly show us the path to be followed.

In a very short time, most of the constructions will comply with these standards, many of which are mandatory and which cement and brick construction cannot undertake. This will make the revaluation of sustainable and ecological housing much higher than the traditional one.

To put an assumption:

You’re going to buy or build a new house, a building. Which of the construction systems do you think will provide you with higher profitability in case of a possible resale, the traditional system or the sustainable and ecological one?


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