Light Gauge Steel (LGS) framing is used for the structure of all our homes. Not only is LGS more sustainable than wood, with near zero waste – it is also lighter and galvanized for superior strength and longevity. Using LGS, we can manufacture structural components with higher precision and greater speed than wood construction, while eliminating the risk of lumber shortages.
Homes built with steel also provide tremendous benefits to homeowners, including greater resistance to moisture and pests, superior foundational strength and seismic durability, and the highest possible fire rating.
High Performance Surface
High Performance Surface (HPS) is the material used for most walls, exterior cladding, doors, vanities and countertops in Veev homes. Unlike traditional drywall, HPS is a non-porous surface that does not fade or degrade. The finish is pleasing to the eye, ultra-smooth to touch, and certified hygienic, making it the material of choice for both luxury homes and healthcare facilities.
Due to its microbial-neutral surface, bathroom and kitchen walls and countertops made of HPS remain mold & odor resistant. They can be easily cleaned and do not develop the stains and scratches that normally develop with everyday living.
Also known as a drop ceiling, a stretch ceiling is a suspended ceiling system consisting of an aluminum profile and an advanced lightweight fabric, allowing it to seamlessly fit any room or size.
This waterproof fabric is fully recyclable with a stretch membrane that is non-toxic and fire-rated and often used in high-end retail or hospitality. It allows for limitless customizability, with embedded lighting to match our clean-lined modern interiors.
For homeowners, stretch ceilings provide many benefits throughout the home. In kitchens and bathrooms, they work as a vapor shield, resisting mold and mildew. In multi-floor homes, the stretch films increase sound absorption, providing excellent sound insulation. And stretch ceilings are more easily washable and replaceable than traditional drywall.