Kabina to use Matrix’s Patented Steel Frame-Panel Offsite Home Construction Capabilities
Matrix Structures, a company that specialises in steel frame-panel offsite home construction, has announced that Kabina will be using its patented technology to build flood-safe homes.
Kabina’s team of experts have developed flood-adaptive technology for UK homes located within high-risk zones they offer a solution to help make new build properties more resistant to rising water caused by extreme weather events such as flooding or severe storms.
These homes will be rolled out in areas affected by flooding, and they will be manufactured offsite in a factory before being assembled on-site. This method of construction is much faster and more efficient than traditional methods and it will help to speed up the process.
In light of the increasing frequency of flooding in Britain, Kabina has launched a new line of homes that are designed to be safe from floods. The homes are made with Kabina’s flood-adaptive technology.
As the British government sets its sights on targets for new homes, Kabina Matrix has come up with a proposal to help make them more flood-safe. The company suggests building the homes near existing towns and on cheap land that is prone to flooding. This would allow residents to take advantage of existing infrastructure and reduce their reliance on transport.
Flooding has been a major issue in Britain in recent years, with damages totalling £2.2 billion. Building flood-safe homes could help mitigate these costs and protect residents from future damage.
The company is hoping to provide an alternative to traditional homebuilding methods that are often unable to withstand flooding. With global temperatures on the rise, it’s more important than ever before to have access to safe housing that can protect us from the worst effects of climate change. Kabina’s Matrix new line of homes provides a much-needed solution for those living in high-risk areas.
The cooperation between Kabina and Matrix Structures is welcome news by working together, Kabina and Matrix Structures are able to provide an affordable and practical solution to this growing problem.
Kabina Ltd, has announced that it has signed a cooperation agreement with Matrix Structures Ltd. Guy Lane (left), Phil Bagnall (right)