Steel-frame prefab homes built to exceed manufacturing standards
In Canada, Green Terra Home has designed modular, factory-built home to exceed the Canadian Standards Association Group A2777 building standard.
Green Terra Homes builds steel-frame structures in its CSA & CWB certified factory in Trenton, Ontario. The CSA A277 Standard is a certification standard, which is used to certify a residential, commercial or industrial building for compliance to the building code required to comply within the jurisdiction where the building will be sited.
Green Terra Homes says the CSA-approved steel frame prefab modular homes can be customized to homeowners' design and also offers models with a wide variety of floor plans, ranging from one- to five-bedrooms standard configurations. The standard models can be configured to grow in modular format as needed and are built with steel studs, mono slope or traditional peaked roofs, with optional live roof and optional solar panels. Units can be stacked and combined for a never-ending combination of structures to meet the needs of individual projects.
Green Terra Homes also offers a line of Tiny Homes, including the 192-square-foot Park model. The tiny home movement has been growing in recent years and can be the solution for people seeking affordable options for seasonal living, guest houses, or just a simple, off-grid, sustainable lifestyle.
Green Terra Homes steel-frame, prefab modular homes and steel buildings provide a convenient, simple, green and fun DIY framing alternative to existing wooden frame options. Each Green Terra Home is fabricated utilizing reclaimed steel from an average of six recycled cars. Green Terra Homes saves an average of 40 trees with each steel frame home and steel building manufactured at their plant.
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