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Service Life of Light Steel Villas - Beyond Imagination

Now, the standard for a successful man includes having a house in the city, a house in the hometown, smart children, and a virtuous wife. Therefore, many people want to build a house back home. Additionally, the ancestral home in the hometown also carries the beautiful memories of the whole family. In recent years, light steel villas have seen significant development. During this time, many fellow villagers have inquired about how long these light steel self-built houses can last and how long they can be lived in.


Advantages of Light Steel Villas


According to reports, ZhongTai's light steel structure residential system uses the least amount of steel, and material waste is almost zero. In addition, it has the advantages of fast construction speed, and resistance to wind, earthquakes, insects, moisture, and fire. It is a housing system that fully meets energy-saving requirements. This system has been used to build houses abroad for nearly 40 years. Due to the advantages of earthquake resistance, thermal insulation, dry construction, significant water-saving effects, short construction periods, and low costs, it is becoming increasingly popular.


Everyone knows that the lifespan of self-built houses is a concern for many people. The lifespan of houses in a country directly determines their investment in real estate. Investments in real estate can be considered a significant amount, so we should continuously improve materials and construction methods to extend the lifespan of houses, thereby meeting the needs of many friends who build their own homes and hope to create a house that can be passed down for generations.


Light steel villas are a new type of house structure, easy to construct with raw materials and recyclable. Moreover, the lifespan of ZhongTai's light steel villas is also superior to ordinary buildings.


Design Requirements for Building Lifespan


ZhongTai's light steel villa 


80 years for production houses, 60 years for production houses under corrosion, 100 years for non-production houses;


Reinforced Concrete Structure (including frame structures, shear wall structures, simple structures, frame-shear wall structures, etc.)


 50 years for production houses, 35 years for production houses under corrosion, 60 years for non-production houses;


 First-class Brick-Concrete Structure


40 years for production houses, 30 years for production houses under corrosion, 50 years for non-production houses;


Second-class Brick-Concrete Structure


40 years for production houses, 30 years for production houses under corrosion, 50 years for non-production houses;


First-class Brick-Wood Structure


30 years for production houses, 20 years for production houses under corrosion, 40 years for non-production houses;


Second-class Brick-Wood Structure


30 years for production houses, 20 years for production houses under corrosion, 40 years for non-production houses;


Third-class Brick-Wood Structure


30 years for production houses, 20 years for production houses under corrosion, 40 years for non-production houses;


Simple Structure


10 years.