There is a type of construction that has been gaining traction in recent years, though it remains less common than in many other parts of the world. We are referring to 'Light Steel Frame' construction. This type of construction is characterised by a lightweight structure made of galvanised steel that allows a dry construction that can be executed at an advaced speed, in addition to improving the sustainability of the building.
Light steel fram houses are built with light steel as the structural material. The steel profiles are coated (galvanised) to create greater rigidity in the structure and to support the insulation and waterproofing materials, as well as the necessary interior and exterior finishes. Although steel is the most widely used construction material in the world due to its versatility, stability, and longevity, masonry construction is still the most widely used form. But LSF is catching up, so let's find out why.
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