Green Building & Sustainable Development
New 'green' Energy Efficient Panels for Building Unlike Anything Before
Before kama Energy Efficient Building Systems there has never been a 100% recyclable, building product that is highly energy efficient, structural, has absolutely no thermal bridge, no sound bridge - not even a screw - needs no additional soundproofing and insulation, and can be used to construct any design including multi-levels and curved walls.
"We believe this is the most industry-changing, cutting-edge, versatile and most energy efficient building product in the world today creating a cost effective, healthy, comfortable and safe environment in which to live, work and play. And, I don't know anyone who wouldn't want to save 60% on their annual utility bills." stated Ken Miller, CEO of kama. He added, "All of our product's benefits do not diminish over time, but last the lifetime of the building structure. We've created an energy efficient panel in its purest form for any design specification, including round and curved walls. Our panels have no limitations; therefore, there is nothing that we cannot build. And, keeping the environment in mind, our product is 100% recyclable reducing the need to harvest lumber for building, conserving energy, preserving our natural resources and aiding in efforts to stop global warming."
Buildings constructed with kama Energy Efficient Building Systems panels (kama-eebs
) are 60% more energy efficient than those built with traditional wood or metal stud framing, and can reduce, by 1/3, a building's heating and air conditioning capacity.
The panels are resistant to all natural disasters, fire, mold, mildew, moisture; are non toxic-no off gassing; will not rust or warp; are insect repellant; are 2 1/2 times stronger than wood; and are fast and easy to install - a 1200 sq. ft. building structure can be installed in under 8 hours.
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