Safal Building Solutions offers the gold standard in steel building technologies that are cost effective, durable, and complete in record time, ready for use.
Our solutions can be customised to your unique building requirements using our own software design, which means fast local support, turnaround times and in depth understanding of your particular needs. So whether it’s a cowshed, or a godown, a new church hall or a new roof for your family home, we have you sorted.
We use our own steel, so we know exactly what it can do – and how it will perform, so warranties on durablity are not a problem. And of course, supply is ensured.
Safal Building Systems provides an array of pre-engineered services.
Building construction consumes about 30-40% of the world’s resources. And approximately 40% of waste in a landfill in developed countries is generated from the construction and deconstruction of buildings.
Sustainability, in the context of our built environment, is about ensuring the minimum environmental impact from buildings and building materials, whether during the build, occupancy, or replacement stages of a building’s life.
Steel products have a long life. By using durable building products, such as steel, we can conserve resources and reduce energy consumption that would otherwise be spent on manufacturing products with shorter life spans.
Steel doesn’t rot, split, warp, twist or burn. This means many existing steel products can be reused without reprocessing, again saving on energy and resource use.
At the end of its useful life, steel can be recycled. Steel is 100% recyclable and is the most recycled material in the world.
The high strength-to-weight ratio of steel means you can have long, column-free spans and lighter structures that use minimal framing material.
Reduced use of resources
The high strength-to-weight ratio of steel mean that less material is required to construct the building, minimizing resource use.
Designed for adaptability and disassembly
Many steel products are designed and made in such a way that they can be disassembled and reused in their current form for any number of applications. This saves the cost and energy of making new products or the costs associated with recycling products.