This is 2018, time has changed and our taste, fashion sense and lifestyle completely differ from what it used to be 20 years ago. The days of large homes on small slots, that used to be a prominent feature in the 1980s, are long gone. The need for spacious houses with skylights, vaulted ceilings and two-story foyers has declined over the years.
Instead of focusing on constructing personal sanctuaries with luxurious baths and walk-in closets, people nowadays are more inclined towards a smaller house with 2.5 bathrooms. The house should be built using sustainable materials and has to be energy efficient.
Here are some new trends in the construction industry that focus on energy efficiency, environment, and modern looks to be constructed quickly yet proficiently.
Concrete rendering: the most popular choice for the 21st century
Concrete rendering is one of the most preferred choices in home construction in Young or any other places in Australia. There are good reasons for it. It provides a clean, modern look that can be painted to any colour. It is also applicable for the entire house or specific feature walls to add unique flavours to your house. Moreover, it adds weatherproofing qualities making your walls durable and resistant to weather damage and leaks.
Here are some features of the rendering process that makes it stand out:
Steel framing replacing traditional timber
Traditionally, 90% of our houses are built from timber studs nevertheless; recently there is a boom in the use of steel framing to construct new houses. Building your new dwellings using steel frames offer plenty of benefits especially for home construction across Boorowa city or other urban and rural areas with harsh weather conditions across New South Wales. Let us explore how steel frame construction can add benefits to the construction purposes in modern houses:
Boom in the use of wood plastic composites
Also known as eco-wood, they are resourced from combining wood fibres and recycled plastics. They appear totally like wood and even smell like them too!
Since it is highly durable and weather resistant, unlike timber, eco-wood does not require weatherproofing or oiling. Additionally, due to its durable property, it is resistant to insects or pest.
It does not break easily, hence making it the ideal choice for decking, flooring and cladding. Nowadays it is mostly being used by professional house developers for external home construction purposes.
New emerging modular homes
In recent years, there is a boom in the construction of modular buildings across Young and Boorowa or any other places in Australia. Modular homes offer you many benefits over its counterparts and this include:
Lighting trends for housing
Over the years LED lighting application is increasingly becoming popular due to its energy efficiency and aesthetic appeal. LED lights use 85% less energy than incandescent and halogen lighting. Additionally, they have an estimated lifespan of up to 50,000 hours lasting for several years before needing to be replaced.
Nowadays, the LED lightings are being tuned with panel from V-TAC, which allows the owners to adjust the colours and brightness of the lighting simply using a remote.
Nov 15, 2017
Nov 15, 2017