Aina provides an extensive array of services catering to diverse construction requirements. Our expertise spans across multiple areas, including walling, roofing, and flooring solutions. With a focus on both functionality and aesthetics, we deliver robust and visually appealing walls, resilient and weatherproof roofing, as well as high-quality and versatile flooring options. Our skilled team of professionals is committed to delivering exceptional craftsmanship and utilizing innovative techniques to ensure client satisfaction. When you choose Aina, you can expect meticulous attention to detail and a seamless construction experience from start to finish.


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Stabilized earth blocks (SEBs) are an eco-friendly and cost-effective alternative to concrete or burned brick. They are made by mixing soil, cement or lime, and water, which is then compressed using a hydraulic press. The process involves selecting suitable soil with good clay content, preparing the soil by adding additives for strength, and thoroughly mixing the mixture with water. Finally, the compressed mixture is placed in a hydraulic press to form the blocks. SEBs offer sustainability and affordability in construction, making them a popular choice for environmentally conscious and budget-friendly building projects.

The Stabilized Rammed Earth technique entails compressing a combination of soil, sand, gravel, and clay between wooden or steel formwork to produce a sturdy, unified wall. By ramming the mixture into the formwork, the materials are compacted, resulting in a dense and long-lasting wall capable of withstanding the test of time. This technique offers both durability and stability, making it an attractive choice for sustainable and resilient construction projects. The solid and monolithic nature of the wall further enhances its structural integrity, ensuring its longevity for decades.

Stabilized Adobe blocks are made using natural materials like clay, sand, and straw. These materials are combined with a small quantity of cement or lime to enhance the strength and durability of the blocks. The addition of cement or lime acts as a stabilizer, providing improved structural integrity and resistance to weathering and erosion. This mixture is then shaped into blocks, which are sun-dried or cured to achieve hardness. Stabilized Adobe blocks offer a sustainable and environmentally friendly alternative for construction, combining the benefits of natural materials with increased durability and stability.

Wattle and daub is an ancient building technique that has been employed for centuries in various parts of the world. This method involves the weaving of thin branches, known as wattle, into a wooden framework. Subsequently, the woven structure is coated with a mixture of mud, clay, and other natural materials, collectively referred to as daub. The application of daub creates a solid and durable wall that provides insulation and protection against the elements. Wattle and daub construction is known for its simplicity, sustainability, and effectiveness, making it a popular choice for traditional and eco-friendly building practices.

Random rubble masonry is a construction technique that involves using irregularly shaped stones of varying sizes and shapes to build a wall without a specific pattern. It can be done using cement, lime, or mud mortars to bind the stones together. It creates a rustic and natural appearance due to the lack of uniformity in the stones. It is commonly found in historical buildings, retaining walls, and landscaping projects. Cement mortar offers strength and durability, while lime mortar provides flexibility, and mud mortar is a less durable option. This masonry style harmonizes structures with their natural surroundings.


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Space frame roofing technology is an innovative approach to roof construction, utilizing a network of interconnected structural members to create a three-dimensional framework. This framework, which can be crafted from materials such as steel or bamboo, offers numerous advantages in terms of strength, stability, and design flexibility. Space frame roofs are known for their ability to span large areas without the need for intermediate support columns, making them ideal for wide open spaces such as stadiums, airports, and exhibition halls.

Shallow masonry dome roof technologies are specifically engineered to achieve lightweight constructions with reduced material usage. These methods utilize masonry materials to construct a dome with a hemispherical or partially-spherical shape and a shallow profile. This design approach minimizes the amount of material required for construction, resulting in more resource-efficient roofs. Shallow masonry dome roofs find applications in religious buildings, cultural centers, and residential projects, providing structural integrity, aesthetic appeal, and cost-effectiveness. With their lightweight nature and efficient use of materials, these technologies offer an innovative solution for creating durable and visually pleasing dome roofs.

Filler slabs are a cost-effective alternative to solid concrete slabs and are specifically designed to reduce weight without compromising strength. They are a type of precast concrete slab that incorporates voids or filler material in specific areas of the slab. These voids or fillers help in reducing the overall weight of the slab while maintaining its load-bearing capacity. By strategically placing the fillers, the material consumption and construction costs are significantly reduced. Filler slabs are commonly used in building construction to optimize structural efficiency, reduce the use of concrete, and lower construction expenses without sacrificing strength and durability.

A jack arch roof is a type of masonry roof structure that is constructed using brick, stone, or earth block arches supported by small wooden, steel, or concrete beams. The arches form the main structural elements of the roof, distributing the weight of the roof load to the supporting beams. The construction process involves laying the arches in a curved shape, which creates a strong and stable roof structure. Jack arch roofs are known for their durability and ability to span wide areas.

Masonry vaults refer to the construction of roofs that exhibit an arched or curved shape, typically created by a series of intersecting arches or ribs. These vaulted roofs are constructed using masonry materials such as bricks, stones, or concrete blocks. The arches or ribs provide structural support and distribute the weight of the roof evenly, allowing for the creation of large, open spaces without the need for intermediate columns or supports.


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Lime plaster is a type of plaster made by combining slaked lime (calcium hydroxide) with sand and water. This mixture forms a durable and breathable plaster that can be used for coating walls, ceilings, and other surfaces. Lime plaster has been used for centuries in construction due to its numerous advantages. It has excellent breathability, allowing moisture to evaporate from the walls, which helps prevent issues like dampness.

Earth plaster is indeed a type of natural plaster that is made from a mixture of clay soil, sand, and other organic materials. It is a sustainable and environmentally-friendly alternative to cement plasters. Earth plaster offers several benefits, including being non-toxic, breathable, and renewable. It has been used for centuries in various cultures for flooring.

A type of decorative flooring that is created with a mixture of concrete and iron oxide, producing rich and vibrant colors that are uniform throughout the surface.
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