The light steels are numbered and packed in bundles in the container.
The decorative panels, and other materials and the accessories are packed in paper cartons.
Can pack according to the way the clients requested.
Materials for a 60 sqm house can be loaded in one 20ft shipping container.
Materials for a 150 sqm house can be loaded in one 40ft high cube shipping container.
1 - 100
101 - 1000
To be negotiated
Please contact us or send us an inquiry if you have different requirements. More insulation layers can be added as clients requested.
G550 Light Gauge Steel, Thickness of 0.8-1.2mm, Zinc Coating 150g/m2
Exterior - OSB Boards + Breathing Paper + Exterior Wall Panels Middle - Light Steel Frame with Mineral Wool Inside Interior - OSB Boards + Gypsum Boards
Asphalt Shingles / Metal Roof
Concrete + Customized Finishing
Aluminum Sliding Windows, Single or Double Glass
Wooden door, Security Door, Aluminum Door
Shower, Seated Toilet, Wash Basin, Towel Rack
PPR and PVC water supply and drainage pipe with fittings
Wires, fittings and lights can be provided as per customer's request
Technical Data of Reachfly Light Steel Prefab Houses
Can up to A grade or B grade
11 level of wind loading
1. Why build with steel frame? Materials of metal frames are economical, lightweight and easy to handle. Galvanized Steel will not crack, shrink, splinter, creep, split, warp, swell or rot. Steel is impervious to termites and wood destroying insects.
2. How is a steel house insulated? In order to combat the conductivity of the steel, the recommended procedure is to install a polyurethane foam board on the exterior of your frame. This will make sure that there is no heat transferred directly to the steel. We offer Reachfly wall panels and extra insulation boards to cover the temperature of most areas.
3. How well does steel framing stand up to earthquakes or hurricanes? Light gauge steel framed house can be engineered to meet the highest seismic and wind loads required in most of the areas. Steel has the highest strength to weight ratio of any framing materials and a lighter structure with stronger connections results in lower damage from earthquakes. Steel framed houses in hurricanes suffered only superficial but no structural damage. Stronger connections by screws can withstand greater winds including cyclones or hurricanes.
4. Do steel framed homes have to be built on piles or concrete slabs? Either. Steel frames can be fixed to a concrete slab or fixed to a lightweight steel floor system on concrete or steel piles. Lightweight steel flooring systems are ideal for elevated or sloping sites as they can minimize foundation requirements.
5. What external claddings can you offer? We offer exterior wall panels designed and manufactured in-house. It is insulated and decorating at the same time. The external face is colored steel sheet which is weatherproof and requires minimum maintenance. Contact our sales person to get an exterior wall catalog or pictures of house cases.
6. What will be interior finishing? The standard material used for the interior wall is gypsum boards. You can complete the final finishing after the house erected.
7. I've got my own design. Can you frame it? Absolutely. We're happy to help turn your dream into a reality. For custom work, we ask for a refundable custom design fee that goes towards design and drafting time.
8. I do not have a design. Can you do it for me? Absolutely. We have existing models for you to choose from. And take custom work as well.
11. How easy will be the house be built? All parts are pre-manufactured in the factory. The detailed guide will be provided. Home DIY for everyone.