The first batch of "instant houses" built by cranes came out in the UK
the first batch of "instant houses" built by cranes came out in the UK
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Guide: according to the British Daily mail, the first batch of instant houses built by cranes in the UK came out, and the bathroom and kitchen of the houses have been built in less than three weeks. The semi-finished products of three bedrooms weighing 25 tons are built by the factory and then transported to the designated location by truck. These houses
according to the British Daily Mail, the first batch of "instant homes" built by cranes in Britain came out. In less than three weeks, the house guilt has built the bathroom and kitchen. The semi-finished products of three bedrooms weighing 25 tons are built by the factory and then transported to the designated location by truck. The construction of these houses was jointly carried out by the company and the British Ministry of defense in order to solve the housing problem of injured veterans
the first batch of "real-time houses" built by cranes came out in Britain. The inspiration of "real-time houses" comes from the post-war composite houses. Now modern "real-time houses" have been built in Lancashire. The semi-finished products of the factory built houses are installed and assembled by cranes after being transported to the designated place by trucks. This idea of rapid housing construction is mainly to solve the housing crisis in Britain, which can be traced back to the end of World War II. At that time, due to the indiscriminate bombing of the Nazi army, many houses were damaged. Only some manufacturers of the government insisted on production and came up with this wonderful plan to quickly solve the housing shortage problem
the first batch of "real-time houses" built by cranes came out in the UK
this time, the "real-time houses" were fully built by Ibis housing construction factory. At present, two have been completed. It is reported that these houses will be rented through the local housing association, and Ibis factory is also actively consulting with other housing associations and the Ministry of defense. The price of this "real-time house" is not cheaper than ordinary houses built with bricks and mortar, but it can be completed in only three weeks. In addition, it is said that "real-time housing" can effectively resist bad weather and save energy. Wendy Marlowe, who was commissioned to build houses, said about the project: "we will pay close attention to the operation of 'real-time houses' in the next few months. It is because of plastic machinery, mainly fuel efficiency and safety issues. Now we can build a house in three weeks. I believe this is a good way to solve the housing crisis in recent years."
the first batch of "real-time houses" built by cranes came out in Britain
Jimmy Hicks, who lives nearby, said after witnessing the construction process of "real-time houses" that "these houses are very reliable, with all kinds of internal facilities, and can be occupied immediately". In addition, he also mentioned that the construction process was very quiet and did not disturb the surrounding residents. Another named Gail yodoka also said: "this idea is very smart. Of course, we have to observe it for a period of time, but I feel that this way will be adopted in the future housing construction."
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