Casa Engineering is a San Diego based engineering, design and development of light gauge steel framing company for building industry. Our in-house R&D, software and machinery development and production has been providing top notch solutions for residential and commercial construction markets.
What WE DO
Casa Engineering system offers much faster, cost effective quality construction framing alternative to other framing methods. From concept to engineering approval, manufacturing to delivery is part of our commitment to our customers
Our vision is very clear and straightforward: Provide the opportunity for developers, owners and contractors in the construction industry to transform their building methods to the peak of efficiency and quality with our prefabricated systems.Construction industry unfortunately is still an old fashion, slow moving and chaotic process comparing to the other industries. Casa Engineering is committed to change it at least in framing level. Our top-notch technology based manufacturing facility will create the actual framing components exactly the same as our customer’s architectural/ engineering plans. (No surprise!) delivered to your site. Your installers will frame the structure with our detailed shop drawings which will cut the time approx.in half. This well planned, practical process will give peace of mind to developer,homeowners, contractors even insurance companies. Saving half time in framing with a stronger alternative could be a game changer. To see other advantages of steel over lumber please check our advantages section.
Casa Engineering contains at least 28 percent recycled steel and is completely recyclable. Using recycled steel takes the pressure off renewable resources: a typical 2000-square-foot home requires about 40 to 50 trees, about an acre’s worth. With steel, only the equivalent of about six scrapped automobiles are needed. In contrast to many other building materials, steel is routinely collected in aggregate quantities from construction and demolition sites and recycled into new steel products. At the end of a steel-framed home’s useful life, the steel components would also be recyclable.
Framing with steel as a material consumes only 6.25 percent of the total life-cycle energy used by a home; the balance is consumed by heating and cooling, food refrigeration and lighting. Thermal barrier insulating materials provide exceptional heat and cooling loss protection to steel-built homes. Additionally, steel framing results in less air loss around windows and doors as well as foundation.