On July 31, on the territory of the Murel 4 Guest House, an event was held for companies and teams specializing in suburban housing construction - the Roofing Revolution Build Show. The organizers of the show were the companies "Villosi House" (production and construction of houses using SIP technology), Grand Line (production of metal roofs) and VELUX.
The main tasks that the organizers solved were to tell in detail, and most importantly, to show at a specially created stand the new products and the latest technological developments in the construction of energy-saving roofs.
So the company "Villosi House" presented the project "Roofing Revolution", which formed the basis for the name of the event, on the use of industrial roofs from SIP panels for houses from a wide variety of materials. At the stand during the construction of the self-supporting insulated wire roof, the technology of building a house from aerated concrete blocks was used. Alexey Kurmanov, General Director of Villosi House, noted that the use of SIP panels in the construction of roofs ensures absolute thermal insulation and halves the time required for roof erection.
VELUX specialists, together with the specialists of the Grand Line company, demonstrated the subtleties of installing skylights on roofs made of SIP panels using metal tiles (Country tiles in Velur coating®20). Particular attention was paid to the correct configuration of the roof window and waterproofing issues.
Kirill Efremov, Manager for the North-West Federal District of VELUX, demonstrated a new set of roof windows with improved waterproofing parameters. He drew the attention of the participants to the fact that only with strict adherence to the installation technology, the company can guarantee water, heat and soundproofing of the structure.
More than 40 specialists from various construction companies took part in the Stroy Show. It should be noted that the event was attended by builders from seven Russian cities (Barnaul, Moscow, Pskov, Tula, Tver, St. Petersburg and Kingisepp).