NIAGARA-ON-THE-LAKE, ON, July 30, 2015 /CNW Telbec/ - KONSEPT, a BONE Structure® authorized builder, is currently assembling the first BONE Structure home in the Niagara region.
The waterfront home will be open to the public from Thursday August 6th to Sunday August 9th, 9AM to 4PM. The home will still be under construction which will allow visitors to view the BONE Structure technology and all of its attributes.
INTERVIEW & PHOTO OPPORTUNITY:
The founder of BONE Structure, Marc A. Bovet, and co-founder Michelle Tremblay, will be on location Thursday August 6th at 2pm and will be available for interviews.
127 Front Street, Niagara-on-the-Lake, ON, L0S 1J0
For more information, images, interview requests, or to visit the Niagara-on-the-Lake home, contact Stefan Belina at [email protected] or call at 1-855-978-2663.
To REGISTER for the BARE BONE Open House event, please visit: www.BONEstructure.ca/en/events
Founded in 2005 by President Marc A. Bovet, BONE Structure's innovative concept disrupts traditional construction methods across Canada, and is opening up the US market in California. It has attracted the attention of real estate developers from around the World. "A BONE Structure may be assembled in days but the results are built to last generations," Bovet says, "Precision and speed do not need to compromise efficiency and originality."
The BONE Structure technology was inspired from a combination of LEGO® and Meccano® - pieces are simply snapped together. The lightweight, recycled steel frame is more stable than a traditional wood frame, which enables homeowners a beautiful and reconfigurable open-space concept, without intermediate beams or load-bearing walls. Electrical, plumbing, heating and ventilation systems are easily connected thanks to precut openings acting as veritable "highways" within the structure, just like an airplane fuselage.
Each custom, tailor-made building has a specific number of screws and parts, taking the guesswork out of ordering, and eliminates unwanted budget increases. BONE Structure clients know exactly what they get and how much it costs. Not only is the end result aesthetically remarkable and sustainable, but the assembly process itself is efficient, economical and environmentally friendly. Clients can also save up to 90% in heating and cooling costs with a BONE Structure home.
Ø Mold Ø Nails Ø Waste Ø Load bearing walls
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For further information: Stefan Belina, Director of Marketing & Communication, [email protected], Office: 1-855-978-2663; Cell: 514-970-0029, www.BONEstructure.ca