WES construction system

All WES constructions are manufactured with a load-bearing wall system.

This system, also called the diaphragm panel, is made up of a series of horizontal and vertical wooden posts that make up the skeleton of the walls and floors. These skeletons are closed on both sides with wooden boards, forming a compact and light element, with a very high load capacity and exceptional thermal and acoustic insulation performance.

This type of construction is included in detail in the technical building code.

We are also proud that our panel is built 100% by woods from eco-sustainable forests, thus reducing the carbon footprint and making our contribution in the fight against climate change.

Our panels constitute the minimum unit of completion time, and playing with their thickness and surface finishings allow us to use them of load-bearing walls, enclosure, interior partitions and slabs.

There are two types of industrialized homes, those of on-site assembly and the modular ones. Differences? On-site assembly units are completed on-site, while modular units are assembled from the factory and only the workmanship are made on-site.

Which ones are better? Both are just as good, it is not better to do it one way or another, it depends on the conditions of the land, the access to the plot and some aspects of the design of the house itself. In less than 6 months from the start of the work, the house will be ready for customers to start enjoying it.
Sistema constructivo WES
Construcción 2D

2D CONSTRUCTION “ON SITE”

We speak of 2D or “on site” construction when the panels are transported and assembled at the destination. The panels are stacked and carefully packed and then transported by truck to the destination. Once there, they are placed and assembled in their final position with the help of a crane. After this process, both exterior and interior finishes are made, windows and doors are placed, electrical installations, plumbing are incorporated, roofs are waterproofed, etc.

As can be understood, it is a process that takes a greater amount of work time on site and less time in the factory.

In addition, it must be taken into account that the foundation for this system must be made with a slab or sanitary floor.

ADVANTAGES OF THE 2D SYSTEM

  • Total freedom in design.
  • Lower transport costs
  • Easier access to the plot

Wespanel, the basis of our system

Sistema 3D Modular

"MODULAR" 3D SYSTEM

We speak of 3D or “modular” construction when the house is divided into cubic fragments or modules that are finished both internally and externally from the factory. These modules are installed and assembled together on site. The times of execution on site are considerably reduced, since the modules are 90% finished in the factory, incorporating windows, doors, waterproofing of roofs, facilities, etc.

Another characteristic of this system is that the modules are self-supporting. This means that the foundation options are varied. From sanitary slabs and floors, to piles and even other more innovative systems that the market offers.

ADVANTAGES OF THE 3D SYSTEM

  • Minimum working time on site.
  • Total factory control of finishes.
  • Different foundation options.

LIMITATIONS

  • Maximum dimensions for logistics

WES - WOOD ENGINEERING FOR THE MOST EFFICIENT AND SUSTAINABLE HOUSES

En WES somos pioneros en España en la construcción prefabricada en madera. Nuestra trayectoria profesional y los años de experiencia en el sector nos han permitido mejorar hasta proporcionar un producto acabado de alta calidad y altas prestaciones.

Housing slab:

LAYER 1: INTERIOR FINISH
Aesthetic layer, freely selectable from a wide range.

LAYER 2: RESISTANT LAYER
Structural layer formed by wooden beams and oriented chipboard (OSB). We place thermal insulation between the beams to guarantee the best thermal and acoustic comfort.

LAYER 3: INTERIOR FINISH
Aesthetic and visible layer. It consists of a suspended ceiling of laminated plasterboard. This allows us to locate the facilities and have total freedom in lighting design.

Internal partition:

LAYER 1: INTERIOR FINISH
Aesthetic and visible layer for the user. We use gypsum plasterboard (PYL) that is fixed to the resistant layer. This smooth surface can be painted or tiled over it.

LAYER 2: RESISTANT LAYER
The structural layer that supports the house, at the same time that it collaborates in the acoustic insulation between rooms. It is made up of a light wooden framework system, made up of a core of uprights arranged every 60cm, between which thermal-acoustic insulation is placed. This core is closed on one side with an oriented chip board (OSB). The semi-solid nature of this layer also allows us to accommodate the facilities inside
Ingeniería de la madera para las casas mas eficientes y sostenibles
Cubierta

Cover:

LAYER 1: PROTECTION
Heavy layer of gravel that guarantees protection of the waterproofing. In sloping roofs this layer is formed by the tiles.

LAYER 2: WATERPROOFING LAYER
We use PVC sheets that guarantee the greatest durability and resistance.

LAYER 3: RESISTANT LAYER
Structural layer formed by wooden beams and oriented chipboard (OSB). We place thermal insulation between the beams to guarantee the best thermal and acoustic comfort.

LAYER 4: INTERIOR FINISH
Aesthetic and visible layer. It consists of a suspended ceiling of laminated plasterboard. This allows us to locate the facilities and have total freedom in lighting design.

Facade walls:

LAYER 1: FINISHINGS
Layer visible from the outside. We apply a continuous acrylic mortar coating that guarantees the watertightness of the facade. Thanks to the nature of the mortar, it allows different types of surface finishes and colors.

LAYER 2: EXTERNAL THERMAL INSULATION SYSTEM (SATE)
System of insulating material plates that are fixed to the resistant layer. This layer provides a continuous thermal envelope, reduces thermal bridges and increases the durability of the facade.

LAYER 3: RESISTANT LAYER
The structural layer that supports the house, at the same time that it collaborates in thermal and acoustic insulation. It is made up of a light wooden framework system, made up of a core of uprights arranged every 60cm, between which thermal-acoustic insulation is placed. This core is closed on both sides with an oriented chip board (OSB). The semi-solid nature of this layer also allows us to house the facilities inside.

LAYER 4: INTERIOR FINISH
Aesthetic and visible layer for the user. We use gypsum plasterboard (PYL) that is fixed to the resistant layer. This smooth surface can be painted or tiled over it.

Flooring:

LAYER 1: INTERIOR FINISH
Aesthetic layer, freely selectable from a wide range.

LAYER 2: LEVELING
Leveling mortar layer, allows to correct the imperfections of the slab to provide a horizontal pavement. This layer also allows us to install underfloor heating if desired.

LAYER 3: RESISTANT LAYER
Slab
El suelo WES

INNOVATIVE WORK METHODOLOGIES

Bim methodology

We use BIM (Building Information Modeling) methodology in all our projects. This means that we make a virtual model of your home, where each element to be manufactured is previously modeled.

This translates into total control of the operation, notably increasing the quality of the work and reducing last minute extra costs. With this methodology and applying innovative technologies, our workers can know in detail the information and definitive location of each element.
Metodologías de trabajo innovadoras Metodología bim

QUALITY CONTROLS

OUR PARTNERS

At Wes we look for the leading companies that offer us the necessary quality. That is why we only work with large companies such as Rhotoblaas, Finsa, Sika, Roca, Saloni, Rockwool and other professionals in the construction and wood sector.

MAXIMUM EFFICIENCY FACILITIES

Aerothermy

AEROTHERMY is a clean technology that extracts up to 77% of the energy from the air for free. Aerothermal systems are state-of-the-art heat pumps designed to provide cooling in summer, heating in winter and, if desired, domestic hot water (DHW) all year round.

How does it work?

The system extracts ambient energy contained in the air temperature, even below zero, and transfers it to the room or tap water. This is achieved through the thermodynamic cycle that uses a refrigerant gas compressed at very low temperatures to extract heat from the outside air.

Aerothermal energy provides more energy than it consumes. Thanks to this low energy consumption compared to gas, diesel, fuel oil, propane, pellets, etc., aerothermal energy is the energy solution in most office buildings, airports, cinemas, etc.

Advantages of aerothermal

  • High efficiency. It consumes less energy (kWh) than traditional heating systems, and that can be seen in the monthly bill.
  • It is a renewable energy, collected as such in the CTE (Technical Building Code).
  • It is sustainable, and is classified as such by the European Union. It requires almost no maintenance, it is like any other household appliance.
  • It does not produce combustion (there is no boiler). There is no smoke or residue. It is safer.
  • The whole house can run exclusively on electricity, without the need to contract gas or fuel supplies. It may offer air conditioning.
  • Low cost hot water. The aerothermal installation is much better and simpler than those operating with non-renewable energies.
  • Their outputs can be combined (traditional radiators, underfloor heating, heat pumps, etc.)
  • It is the heating system with the lowest energy consumption.
Ventajas de la aerotermia

Heat recovery

A heat recovery unit is a device that makes it possible to recover part of the energy from the heated air inside a room or premises, through the mechanical ventilation system of said air, by means of an exchanger that puts the interior air that is extracted into contact with the one from the outside that is introduced, without mixing the air from the two circuits.

In winter it works by heating the cold air that comes in from outside, while in summer it allows cooling the hot air from outside, also having filters that reduce the level of pollutants and considerably improve the quality of said air.

Radiating floor

The underfloor heating installation consists of a network of plastic tubes of cross-linked polyethylene or polybutylene, which are installed under the pavement and of a layer of self-leveling mortar through which hot water circulates at a temperature between 30ºC and 45ºC.

This is the heating system that uses the lowest flow water temperature.

As a reference, a conventional radiator installation uses a water supply temperature of about 70ºC.
Recuperador de calor

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