Pre-fabricated, Double Storey Motel Units For The North West

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13th October 2010, 09:34pm - Views: 2142

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Prefabricated Double Storey Motel Units for the North West

Thermal Comfort Homes has completed the first twenty, of its new pre-fabricated

double storey motel units for the North West. 

Completed in just twelve weeks, the innovative, single bedroom designs provide

practical accommodation for a broad range of corporate and private clients

seeking comfort and style.

The units with their composite concrete bases are pre-fabricated in Perth,

transported to site and craned into position, one on top of the other. Construction

was under way whilst civil and site works were in progress, saving both time and


This is a space saving innovation, ideal for locations where higher density is

important.  The combination of composite concrete floors to both ground and first

floors and Thermal Comfort’s unique ThermaStruct Building System provides a

robust, fully insulated structural cocoon.  Impact resistance is exceptional due in

part to the system’s double stressed skin.

The ThermaStruct cavity allows continuous flow, convective air movement.  The

resultant energy efficiency far exceeds that of conventional steel frame solutions

where convective air is not allowed.  High thermal efficiencies and quick build

times, means that a superior product can be delivered quickly and in a cost

effective manner.  

As the Northwest gears up for a second wave of a resources boom there is

increasing interest being shown in comfortable, cyclone rated dwellings which

are cheap to run.  The projected long term growth of the Pilbara and the North

West will increase the demand for quality, short term professional and worker

accommodation.   With resort style accommodation is short supply; these double

storey units offer a very real solution.

TCH company spokesperson Mal Simmonds can be contacted 08 9452 2881 or

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