Homes
“ Solid as a rock ”




        Made With
Living Modular Concrete Homes
are great for:
• Guest Quarters    • In-Laws Accommodations • Family
• Hunting Cabin     • C...
History of Living Modular Mexico
PyMM Housing started manufacturing modular homes in order to satisfy the world’s need for...
Manufacturing Process




Concrete Mixing Plant with Patented Cellular Injection Technology




   Floor/ Slab Form 5” thi...
Interior metal form on 5” slab with 6X6 welded mesh and
3/8 rebar for reinforcement. Rebar tied to slab, walls and roof
  ...
Exterior Concrete Metal Form




Exterior Concrete Metal Form Opened
Modules with 5” thick exterior walls and 3 1/2” thick interior walls.




 Modules just removed from forms leaving a 5” sl...
What is Cellular Concrete?


Cellular Lightweight Concrete (CLC) is conventional concrete, where
natural aggregate (gravel...
Site Preparation




   Site Preparation requires a bank sand level base.




Compacting and screening of sand in form for...
Unloading and Placing




    Modules arriving on truck.




   Modules being lifted off truck.
First module being set on sand pad with 60 ton crane or larger.
         Roof is slopped to one end to draw rain water.


...
View of concrete module roof waterproofed.




When houses are placed adjacent to each other,
     a courtyard is created ...
Interior Pictures




Bathroom        Dining Room                    Kitchen




Bedroom                 Living Room/ Dini...
What is Your Responsibility?
          A Home Buyer’s Guideline
Living Modular Home Responsibilities
1. Initial site inspe...
One Bedroom Home
with Kitchen Area and Bathroom




• 2 Concrete Cellular Modules
• Kitchen Area
• Bathroom With Tiled Sho...
19’ 7”

                            7’ 3”                 2’ 6”                9’ 10”




                                ...
Two Bedroom Home
with Kitchen Area and Bathroom




• 3 Concrete Cellular Modules
• Kitchen Area
• Bathroom With Tiled Sho...
10’ 2”




    11’ 6”            Bedroom




                                                                     18’ 2”
 ...
Bunk House
with Full Bath




• Concrete Cellular Module
• Kitchen Area
• Bathroom With Tiled Shower & Toilet
• Painted Te...
18’ - 9”
           2’-3”                     7’-1 3/4”                                3’-11”                     5’-5 1/4...
Modular Options Ideas
• Awnings
• Fountain for an outside garden
• Flooring such as tile
• Rod Iron Window Treatment
• Kit...
Modular Possibilities:
       Other Possible Layouts and Uses for Modules
One Module:                           Kitchen w/...
Two Modules:               Standard One Bedroom Home




Three Modules:

                 Standard Two Bedroom Home
Four Modules:               2 Bedrooms w/ Kitchen, Dining Room, Living Room, & Big Bathroom




                          ...
M   E   X   I   C   O

     Living M d l Homes M
            Modular H   Mexico
        Randy Coleman 713-252-9526
       ...
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  1. 1. Homes “ Solid as a rock ” Made With
  2. 2. Living Modular Concrete Homes are great for: • Guest Quarters • In-Laws Accommodations • Family • Hunting Cabin • Client Quarters • Offices • Vacation Homes • Starter Homes • Fishing Lodge • Library Room • Entertainment Room • Art Room • Dry Storage • Horse Stable • Church • Basement • Gun Room • Wine Cellar • Cigar Room • Trophy Room • Bomb Shelter • Rental Homes • Fishing Cabins Or create your own favorite space!
  3. 3. History of Living Modular Mexico PyMM Housing started manufacturing modular homes in order to satisfy the world’s need for better affordable housing. Affordable housing was not made to last and this caused more problems. PyMM developed a Progressive-Precast Modular system, a line production, like car manufac- turing, using cellular concrete, which provides with significant advantages: density, structural capacity and light weight. Your final product is a complete house, including electrical wiring, plumbing, windows, doors, etc. You don’t have to build anything on site. They leave the plant completely finished. The benefit of technology like this is it enables the manufacturing process to be changed as needed, and also it takes only 24 hours to build a house. PyMM housing is a candidate for the Habitat Business Award for Sustainable Urbanisation. Street view of a neighborhood in Ramos Arizpe, Mexico Aerial view of a neighborhood of PyMM houses in Garcia, Mexico Street view of a neighborhood in Garcia, Mexico UN-HABITAT
  4. 4. Manufacturing Process Concrete Mixing Plant with Patented Cellular Injection Technology Floor/ Slab Form 5” thick wet mix concrete with two sheets welded mesh 6 X 6 and 3/8 rebar to connect the sides.
  5. 5. Interior metal form on 5” slab with 6X6 welded mesh and 3/8 rebar for reinforcement. Rebar tied to slab, walls and roof to create monolithic pour. Interior Metal Form with window block outs.
  6. 6. Exterior Concrete Metal Form Exterior Concrete Metal Form Opened
  7. 7. Modules with 5” thick exterior walls and 3 1/2” thick interior walls. Modules just removed from forms leaving a 5” slab and 5” walls.
  8. 8. What is Cellular Concrete? Cellular Lightweight Concrete (CLC) is conventional concrete, where natural aggregate (gravel) is exchanged for the best insulation medium available, namely air, embedded in an organic and biodegradable foam that offers no chemical reaction but solely serves as wrapping material for the air. Consequently, CLC behaves like conventional concrete, in particular concerning curing, hardening and most important "ageing". CLC infinitely increases its strength by hydration (forming of crystals in cement) as long as exposed to humidity in the atmosphere. For structural (steel-reinforced) application, CLC is used in densities of 1.200 to 1.400 kg/m3, which, due to the billion of micro sized and uniform air bubbles offer 500% more thermal insulation and substantially higher fire-rating than conventional concrete. If a wall of conventional concrete should offer the same thermal insulation as CLC, the wall produced would have to measure 5 times thicker and therefore use 10 times more material (sand, gravel, cement) to produce. In hot environment, the essential air-conditioning requires 500% more primary energy to cool down than when heating, a fact, which is not even known to many experts. CLC also is an environmentally friendly material.
  9. 9. Site Preparation Site Preparation requires a bank sand level base. Compacting and screening of sand in form for levelness.
  10. 10. Unloading and Placing Modules arriving on truck. Modules being lifted off truck.
  11. 11. First module being set on sand pad with 60 ton crane or larger. Roof is slopped to one end to draw rain water. Second module being set with 60 ton crane. Front facial available with different designs.
  12. 12. View of concrete module roof waterproofed. When houses are placed adjacent to each other, a courtyard is created in between.
  13. 13. Interior Pictures Bathroom Dining Room Kitchen Bedroom Living Room/ Dining Room
  14. 14. What is Your Responsibility? A Home Buyer’s Guideline Living Modular Home Responsibilities 1. Initial site inspection after 50% deposit 2. Second site inspection to approve sub surface 3. Arrange ship date and schedule truck 4. Order crane 5. Be at site when home is delivered 6. Be there when crane arrives to set house 7. Weld, Seal, Caulk Seam 8. Concrete seam on roof 9. Concrete gutters on roof 10. Put down barrier and then coat with sealant on roof General Contractor’s Responsibilities 1. Make forms and level forms 2. Fill with sand and compact 3. Level sand to top of form Home Buyer’s Responsibilities 1. Hire Plumber and electrician 2. Provide Property Plumber’s Responsibilities 1. Bring water and sewer line into house and connect 2. Connect all sinks, Washing machines, water heaters Electrician’s Responsibilities 1. Run 100 AMP single phase service to each house. 2. Connect to supplied breaker box 3. Connect all connections between modules 4. Connect all appliances that need connection by an electrician
  15. 15. One Bedroom Home with Kitchen Area and Bathroom • 2 Concrete Cellular Modules • Kitchen Area • Bathroom With Tiled Shower & Toilet • Painted Textured Walls, Inside and Out • Windows, Screens & Doors • Pre-Wired and Electrical Panel • Pre-Plumbed for Water and Sewer • Transportation & Road Permits from Monterrey, Mexico to Job Site • Crane & Rigging • 1 Year Unconditional Warranty Against Materials & Workmanship • Options Available
  16. 16. 19’ 7” 7’ 3” 2’ 6” 9’ 10” 4’ 6.5” Bathroom 10’ 2” Dining Room 10’ 2” 5’ 7.5” Kitchen TV Room Incoming Water Line 6’ 8” Living Room 28’ 3” Approximately: 384 square feet 11’ 5” Bedroom 3’ 7” 3’ 0” 3’ 7” 10’ 2”
  17. 17. Two Bedroom Home with Kitchen Area and Bathroom • 3 Concrete Cellular Modules • Kitchen Area • Bathroom With Tiled Shower & Toilet • Painted Textured Walls, Inside and Out • Windows, Screens & Doors • Pre-Wired and Electrical Panel • Pre-Plumbed for Water and Sewer • Transportation & Road Permits from Monterrey, Mexico to Job Site • Crane & Rigging • 1 Year Unconditional Warranty Against Materials & Workmanship • Options Available
  18. 18. 10’ 2” 11’ 6” Bedroom 18’ 2” 6’ 8” TV Room 9’ 6” 4’ 6.5” Bathroom 10’ 2” 46’ 6” 10’ 2” Dining Room 5’ 7.5” Kitchen Living Room 6’ 8” Approximately: 586 square feet 18’ 2” Bedroom 3’ 7” 3’ 0” 3’ 7” 10’ 2”
  19. 19. Bunk House with Full Bath • Concrete Cellular Module • Kitchen Area • Bathroom With Tiled Shower & Toilet • Painted Textured Walls, Inside and Out • Windows, Screens & Doors • Pre-Wired and Electrical Panel • Pre-Plumbed for Water and Sewer • Transportation & Road Permits from Monterrey, Mexico to Job Site • Crane & Rigging • 1 Year Unconditional Warranty Against Materials & Workmanship • Options Available
  20. 20. 18’ - 9” 2’-3” 7’-1 3/4” 3’-11” 5’-5 1/4” A/C Cutout Elec. Panel 10’ - 2” 10’ - 2” 3’ - 0” 5” 3’ - 8” 1’ - 3 1/2” 3’ - 0” 2’ - 4 1/8” 5’ - 3 1/4” 2’ - 4 1/8” 5” 18’ - 9”
  21. 21. Modular Options Ideas • Awnings • Fountain for an outside garden • Flooring such as tile • Rod Iron Window Treatment • Kitchen Package which includes refrigerator, and stove/oven • Outdoor Fire pit with seating • Lighting • Decking above module • Vault Doors to create a safe • Air Conditioning Unit Air Condition and Heating Unit Fountain Awning above the door Rod Iron Window Treatments Kitchen Package Concrete floor is standard but other floor treatments are available.
  22. 22. Modular Possibilities: Other Possible Layouts and Uses for Modules One Module: Kitchen w/ Dining Area and Bathroom Two Bathrooms and Storage Closet Bedrooms w/ Living Room Extra Rooms Kitchen w/ Extra Room
  23. 23. Two Modules: Standard One Bedroom Home Three Modules: Standard Two Bedroom Home
  24. 24. Four Modules: 2 Bedrooms w/ Kitchen, Dining Room, Living Room, & Big Bathroom 2 Separate Apartments: Each with Kitchen, Bathroom, Dining Room, Living Room & One Bedroom
  25. 25. M E X I C O Living M d l Homes M Modular H Mexico Randy Coleman 713-252-9526 Wayne Coleman 281-808-0975 713-683-9878 | 3450 Antoine | Houston, TX 77092 www.livingmodularhomes.com

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