New Life Steel Structures
New Life Steel Structures
Goregaon East, Goregaon, Maharashtra
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Basic Information
IndiaMART TrustSeal
Nature of Business
Manufacturer
Total Number of Employees
26 to 50 People
Year of Establishment
2004
Legal Status of Firm
Partnership
GST No.
27AAEFN8017A1ZM

FAQS

Q : How I should find out that what type of building I require ?

Ans : You have to identify your requirement and the purpose of building whether it is for factory shed, warehouse, plant, shop, garages etc. Pls identify as to how much space you require to be covered to serve your purpose and send us length, width and height of the building.If you are still not sure-we are here to help identify the building needs.

Q : Do I have liberty to choose Design and colour of building ?

Ans : Yes, Building can be designed as per your needs. We can present various Designs after discussion with you to select one of them as per your requirement. You will be able to choose colors from panel of available colours.

Q : Can steel building be delivered anywhere ?

Ans : These buildings can be delivered anywhere as it has nut bolt system for each joints.

Q :  What is the delivery time for these buildings ?

Ans : You may tell us when you require these buildings ready for use and we will make sure it happens on time.
 
Q : Do you conform to local building codes ?

Ans : NLS buildings are engineered to meet the terms with all Indian and international building codes.
 
Q : How many doors and window you provide ?

Ans : As many you require. All designs may be customized to incorporate windows, doors etc.
 
Q : Do I require professional help to erect the building ?

Ans : No, together with all the parts of building we provide drawings and erection manual to guide you to erect the building with the help of semi skilled labour. You can also choose to use professional contractor to erect your building. We may also undertake the erection work if it is desired by you.

About Prefabrication

Prefabrication:

is the practice of manufacturing the components of an assembly in one location and assembling them in another. This practice was widely used in the construction of prefabricated housing during the 20th and 21st centuries. In theory, using a product made in a factory would save time on-site and improve quality. However, prefabricated housing and many other items acquired a certain level of stigma because of flimsy designs and low cost]. There has been a great improvement in prefabricated housing over the past decades and it is becoming a valid alternative to traditional housing

History:

Prefabrication has been used since ancient times. For example, the world's oldest known engineered roadway, the Sweet Track, was prefabricated in England in the 3800s BC. The Crystal Palace, erected in London in 1851, was a highly visible example of iron and glass prefabricated construction; it was followed on a smaller scale by Oxford Rewley Road railway station.

New Technologies:

Prefabrication is not strictly reserved to Housing. Other applications vastly influenced by the engineering of "prefabrication" can be witnessed in the globally popular category of Furniture manufacturing known as RTA [Ready-To-Assemble]. While most are familiar with the "some assembly required" label that comes with all RTA furniture there has been little development done on new technologies designed to alleviate the now all too often frustrating stigma that comes with the 'some assembly required syndrome. There is an emerging technology out of Canada trademarked Qwikr™ hinges that has proven itself to be a launching pad for a whole new generation of NTR [No-Tools-Required] and RTU [Ready-To-Use] furniture. While this technology's first incarnation resides in furniture, it is demonstrating itself as a promising technology easily adaptable to Housing.

Current Uses:

  • Prefabrication is used for many types of constructions because it saves engineering time on the construction site
  • This can be vital to the success of projects such as bridges and avalanche galleries, where weather conditions may only allow brief periods of construction
  • Additionally, small, commonly-used structures such as concrete pylons are in most cases prefabricated
  • Radio towers for mobile phone services in Germany often consist of multiple prefabricated sections
  • Modern lattice towers and guyed masts are also commonly assembled of prefabricated elements

Advantages:

  • Self-supporting ready-made components are used, so the need for shuttering and scaffolding is greatly reduced
  • Construction time is reduced and buildings are completed sooner, allowing an earlier return of the capital invested
  • On-site construction is minimized
  • Quality can be controlled while the product is in production
  • Less waste is generated
  • Molds can be used several times

Building Details

Building Details
  • Eave Strut
  • Frame Rafter
  • Ridge Cap
  • Gable Trim
  • Corner Column
  • End wall Girt
  • End wall Rafter
  • End wall Columns
  • Corner Trim
  • Sidewall Girt
  • Frame Column
  • Purlins
  • Eave Trim
  • Framed 
  • Opening Jamb
  • Jamb Trim
  • Framed Opening
  • Header
  • Door Head Trim
  • Roof Slope