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In order to deliver great value product for a best possible price we developed a modular house production based on steel strutted and infilling walls, fabrics based in Sofia, Bulgary. 

The technology is based on the three simple steps -excavation and basement, stell framing and the final step - infill walling and finishing.

Infill walling is the generic name given to external walls that are built between the floors of the primary structural frame of a building and which provide support for the cladding system. Infill walls do not support floor loads but they resist wind loads applied to the façade. Light steel infill walls using vertical  C section studs are increasingly used within both steel and concrete-framed buildings, and have largely replaced masonry or timber alternatives. 

There is a large number of benefits of the light steel infill walls, let's focus of main of them:

   Rapid installation allows other activities within the building to proceed much earlier than would be possible with block-work infill walls.
   The construction process is ‘dry’, so that shrinkage and other drying- out problems are eliminated.
   Design flexibility: tall walls up to 5 m can be readily achieved.
   Large windows, parapets and other architectural features can be incorporated within light steel infill walls.
   Excellent fire resistance: periods of up to 120 minutes can be achieved using multiple layers of fire-resistant plasterboard.
   Light steel walls can achieve excellent acoustic insulation: over 60 dB when using double layers of plasterboard and insulating quilt between the vertical C sections.
   A high level of thermal insulation is provided by a variety of insulation boards that attach externally to the vertical studs to create a ‘warm frame’.
   Light steel infill walls can be used to support a wide range of cladding systems.
   Light steel walls are much lighter and thinner than conventional block work walls; they do not apply heavy line loads to the floor. 

Manufacturing Process


Steel frames, horizontal beams, and columns are used to support the walls, roof, and floors of residential and commercial buildings. Other materials, including sheet metal, architectural glass, reinforced concrete, stone, and bricks are used to protect the steel construction from extreme weather conditions. Steel studs are used in residential and commercial construction and are made from galvanized steel. We use zinc-coated sheets that are resistant to corrosion and oxidation and come with flexible designs. They are durable and offer better protection than wood and other materials.

Odoo • Text and Image
Odoo • Image and Text

STEEL Framing Work

The erection of structural steelwork consists of the assembly of steel components into a frame on site. The processes involve lifting and placing components into position, then connecting them together. Generally this is achieved through bolting but sometimes site welding is used.  The structure will be steel - modular load frame - structural steel profiles, consisting of columns, beams and trusses.


Fully insulated / Knauf Eco - mineral wool /, - 2 - drywall / Knauf GKB - Modular houses 2 x 12.5 / on each side of the wall, filled and finely sanded joints -   USG Sheetrock - Paint   - optional according to design and customer preferences.   Façade systems with thermal insulation / ETICS /
- Rustic or silicate-silicone stone plasters, reinforced mesh mortar, primer, EPS panels. The following systems are applied according to color and availability preferences: –Ceresit (Henkel) - Ceretherm Premium oJUB - Jubizol Strong Plinth– optional, according to architectural detail. Low energy consumption construction of a minimum thickness of 250 mm - separate cladding support frames to avoid thermal bridges. Fully insulated / Knauf Eco - mineral wool /exterior cladding / see facade systems /, interior cladding - 2 solid drywall / Knauf GKB - 2 x 12.5 /, filled and finely sanded joints - USG Sheetrock. Paint - optional according to customer design and preferences. 
Odoo • Text and Image
Odoo • Image and Text

Full Composition

Infill walls consist of a bottom ‘track’ attached to the floor and a top ‘track’ attached to the underside of the floor slab or edge beam above. Vertical studs are fitted between the top and bottom tracks and are designed to resist wind load in bending. The light steel sections are typically 75 to 150 mm in depth and are cold roll formed from galvanized steel strip of 1.0 to 3.2 mm thickness. However, deeper sections and thicker steel are available. Infill wall panels typically span from 2.4 to 5 m between floors.    Horizontal C sections are used for lintels and cills, above and below window    openings, to transfer loads back to the    studs.

Odoo - Sample 1 for three columns


mainly done with Knauf products

Odoo - Sample 1 for three columns

High Quality Finishing

Odoo - Sample 1 for three columns

FuRniture Option

As an option we can provide a range of quality furniture packages for a good price