Análisis de la perspectiva del usuario con respecto a los edificios con fardos de paja: Un estudio de encuesta

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https://doi.org/10.3989/ic.89959

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fardos de paja, satisfacción del usuario, materiales sostenibles, encusta online, sistema constructivo, edificios sostenibles

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La presente investigación tiene como objetivo evaluar la satisfacción de los usuarios de los edificios de fardos de paja en términos de rendimiento del producto. El objetivo propuesto se logró a través de una encuesta aplicada a una muestra de 75 propietarios en todo el mundo. Los resultados indican que la mayoría de los participantes eligieron la técnica del fardo de paja debido a la sostenibilidad que brinda el sistema. Más de la mitad de los entrevistados dijeron que la construcción fue más cara de lo esperado, pero 84% consideran que los costes de mantenimiento son bajos. El yeso exterior fue el elemento constructivo que más mantenimiento necesitó a lo largo de los años. La fontanería fue el servicio especializado más subcontratado durante la construcción. Todos los participantes informaron que están satisfechos con sus edificios y el 96% dijo que volverían a utilizar este método.

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Publicado

2022-11-10

Cómo citar

Barzellay Ferreira da Costa, B. ., Diminic, A. L. ., Guedes Sias Thompson, S. J. ., & Naked Haddad, A. . (2022). Análisis de la perspectiva del usuario con respecto a los edificios con fardos de paja: Un estudio de encuesta. Informes De La Construcción, 74(568), e469. https://doi.org/10.3989/ic.89959