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Construction technique with reduced installation times, sustainable and easy to maintain

Dry construction systems, as opposed to wet ones, are those construction methods that do not involve the use of water or the use of connection materials that need to be consolidated after laying, in the assembly process, as adhesives and sealants.

In the final phase of assembly the components, generally finished products as previously processed, are joined through mechanical joints (bolts, screws, etc.) to make either the entire building or some elements of the building. Dry construction techniques have made it possible to reduce construction time and costs without this leading to a loss of performance, so much so that it also allows for high energy savings.

Furthermore, the dry systems are more environmentally sustainable, as the elements, thanks also to the ease of assembly-disassembly, can be recycled, replaced (in the case of degraded elements) or reused, making any future disposal less impactful.

The external wall, made with fiber cement panel technology, helps designers to reject conventional thinking and to innovate with greater courage. With lighter and thinner materials the old limitations dissolve and very easily monolithic and additional floors come to life, which would have been impossible with conventional building materials. Lower investment costs, shorter implementation times and a more attractive and sustainable design. All this adds up to a faster return on investment for the building.