The shape of care homes to come?

Posted on July 1st, by editor in Caring Times. No Comments

Kyoob has launched a new range of modular buildings for the healthcare sector which, says the company, feature new techniques and materials to provide higher standards of comfort and quality. Concrete floors are said to eliminate floor bounce and surface noise while providing a durable and permanent structure that can be used at care home facilities or extensions to provide additional bedrooms, day rooms, treatment or consulting rooms. The Kyoob range also features large windows to let in more natural light, and K glass reduces UV rays and an anti-sun coating reduces solar gain. “Draught free construction and wet central heating or electric heating ensure a comfortable workspace for staff and clients alike,” says Kyoob. “The factory-finished modules can be manufactured and assembled in one-third of the time of a traditional building.” Supplied up to four storeys in height, the range has the further benefit of being easy to maintain and has been designed to provide high insulation values. “Hardly any wood is u

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