To protect your residence from natural disasters including environmental changes,
earthquakes, typhoons and more,
we adopt structures and specifications with a safe design.
In addition, by utilizing natural resources,
we provide residences that are kind to people and the planet.
As a feature of this structure, powerful stability is achieved by combining iron reinforcing bars and concrete. Both materials cover the other's weaknesses and protects your residence from fires and earthquakes.
If there is a fire in the neighborhood, the concrete structure will prevent the fire from spreading,
and ensure a lower insurance fee against fires than wooden and steel constructions.
Will not burn even after 1 hour
Deforms at 450℃
Said to collapse at 900℃
Reaches point of ignition at 260℃
Due to the combination of steel, which is resistant to pulling, and concrete that is resistant to compression,
this structure has both strength and durability.
Approx. 1,600 gal
Approx. 1,000 gal
Approx. 800 - 1,000 gal
gal = unit measuring the magnitude of earthquakes
Reference: The Great Hanshin earthquake measured a maximum of 818 gal (7 on the seismic scale)
Concrete has a high sound transmission loss when measuring sound passing through walls and
has a characteristic of lowering noise passing into rooms.
Japanese people have long loved wooden houses. The wooden-frame ironware construction method involved taking out pillars and then adding thin beams, resulting in great damage of the joining part of the wood, and thus heavy shakes from earthquakes were a concern.
To cover these weaknesses, conventional framework construction methods that use metal to supplement called "wooden-frame ironware construction method" has become popular.
Using the method "STROOG" for the joining part boosts durability and achieves a beautiful appearance unique to wooden-frames.
Developed after much research and development, "STROOG" boosts durability in the joining sections and supports designs that compliment both the beams and pillars without losing the wood's beauty.
The combination of reinforced concrete and wooden framework is commonly seen in many residences. By making the first-floor reinforced concrete and the second-floor wooden framework, construction in narrow spaces becomes possible and a house that is resistant against natural disasters can be achieved.
･Wood with a high insulation property is processed into a cotton-like state
･The wood stacks together without any joints as it is blown with high density
･Constructed by professional specialists
General mat-like insulation material method
Super Jet Fiber
It is hard to tell from the outside, but
when thermography is used...
there is a space including string-like parts having a low temperature.
The color is completely orange because there are no spaces.
(The yellow parts are the pillars)
Like wood, super jet fiber absorbs and desorbs moisture according to the surrounding environment
Wooden fibers have excellent sound absorbing properties and are effective in soundproofing
Remains the same with just the surface carbonizing even when burned with a gas burner at 1000°C for one minute.
Treated to be water repellent to prevent a decline in insulation due to water supply
Treated with boric acid to prevent mold growth that is said to be the cause of eczema and allergies
Recycled material kind to the environment
Scratch line finish
Because Tail is a hard mineral-type material, it has high durability and reapplication is not necessary.
20-year warranty for any peeling and falling off
A 20-year warranty will cover any material peeling or falling off with our total construction.
Application of a special water repellent material
Has the ability to protect the outer walls from dirt.
Laying-in an alkaline glass net on the outer layer
With this water repellent process, the layer is protected from dirt better and dirt is more easily removed compared to a general resin spraying method.
Acquired Grade 3 in Deterioration Measures
Acquired Grade 4 in Energy-Saving Measures
By using a special mortar that has high elasticity to follow the movements of the walls, the number of cracks that appear can be greatly decreased.