We stand out as the only builders who provide a third-party verified structure certificate for both design and on-site execution, ensuring the highest level of quality and reliability for our clients.
We strive to purchase materials directly from the manufacturers to minimize the risk of receiving counterfeit or faulty products, secure competitive pricing, and receive exceptional technical support. By eliminating intermediaries, we ensure superior quality and reliability in every project.
We only use materials from established and reputable brands in constructing your home, resulting in longer product lifespan and reduced maintenance requirements.
We advise utilizing factory-made concrete for slab casting, as opposed to on-site mixing. This ensures consistent quality and strength. To further guarantee excellence, we obtain our pre-mixed concrete from well-known and trustworthy brands, as outlined in our project scope document.
The use of protective blocks in construction helps ensure complete coverage of steel from all sides, preventing rust and deterioration over time. Unlike makeshift solutions such as stones or pebbles, we use proper cover blocks to achieve optimal protection for your structure. This commitment to quality materials and methods contributes to the longevity and durability of your home.
Plain Cement Concrete (PCC) serves as a barrier between the foundation and the earth, adding structural stability and strength to the overall building.
We conceal visible vertical plumbing pipes in areas such as bathrooms, elevations, and kitchens with either a brick or WPC shaft. A sleek access panel, consisting of an aluminum shutter with frosted glass, is included for ease of maintenance and future changes if necessary. This solution, though more costly, is favored over the conventional approach of hiding pipes in beams and brickwork.
For stronger doors, we suggest casting lintels above doorways instead of placing door frames on beams.
During the pouring of concrete for slabs, the concrete may adhere to the formwork. To prevent this, a layer of shuttering oil is applied to the formwork. To ensure proper bonding, we use appropriate shuttering oil instead of recycled motor oil, which is a common but ineffective solution seen in practice.
Installing vertical pipes for sewage, drainage, and water supply after the brickwork and plastering is completed reduces potential damage to the structure and facilitates future maintenance.