Earthquake Resistant House For Sale & Rent

An earthquake-resistant house is a residential building designed using sandwich panels that have a structure and design that are not easily damaged by earthquake tremors. Get the best earthquake-resistant housing options with Rakita at Tradecorp Indonesia!

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Dimensions of Earthquake-Resistant Houses in Indonesia

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Advantages of Earthquake-Resistant House Construction by Tradecorp

Resistant to Earthquake Shocks

It has resistance to earthquake shocks up to 8 Magnitude.

Fire-resistant Insulation

The wall components are fully insulated, including the roof section.


The materials used have solid characteristics, making them resistant to wind gusts.

Corrosion Resistant

The steel materials used in the building structure have undergone galvanization, providing resistance to corrosion.


Despite being solid, the building components are surprisingly lightweight, making them easy to carry.

Easy Installation

No special tools are needed, just standard tools for building installation.

Fast Installation

Assembling earthquake-resistant buildings with sandwich panel wall components can be completed within one day with four workers.

How to Build an Earthquake-Resistant House

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The construction of Rakita’s foundation involves steps such as excavating the foundation, installing pipes, placing cement foundation pillars, installing cement slab retaining walls, and laying cement floor slabs.

To build an earthquake-resistant building, it only requires employing four people and can be completed within one day, including preparing the components or materials.

The assembly of Rakita’s structure is carried out step by step, starting from assembling the house frame, installing walls, placing the roof, installing doors and windows, assembling the toilet, creating bedrooms, and finishing touches.

Specifications of Earthquake-Resistant House Structure

This earthquake-resistant building utilizes high-quality steel material for its structure and frame. The steel material used is guaranteed to be corrosion-resistant as it has undergone galvanization process.

What’s distinctive about earthquake-resistant buildings produced by Tradecorp is the use of sandwich panels equipped with EPS (expanded polystyrene) insulation. The installation of this insulation aims to reduce heat and sound, creating comfort.

The roof panel design consists of a steel layer with insulation as the middle layer. The exterior of the roof panel is in a wave-like shape, serving as a water flow path while also creating an aesthetic appearance.

The sliding windows installed in this earthquake-resistant building use high-quality PVC that is easy to open and close.

The entrance door design for this earthquake-resistant building is modern, durable, and safe for use.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Earthquake-resistant buildings have structures designed to dampen and absorb seismic vibrations. Reinforced structures play a crucial role in earthquake-resistant construction.

In Indonesia, there are several examples of earthquake-resistant houses, such as instant wooden houses (Rika), superior panel system houses (Ruspin), dome houses, earthquake-resistant people’s houses, simple healthy instant houses (Risha), and Rakita by Tradecorp Indonesia.

Building an earthquake-resistant house starts with constructing the earthquake-resistant foundation, preparing the components, and assembling the building structure.

The common physical characteristics of earthquake-resistant buildings include having earthquake-resistant structures, earthquake-resistant systems, and structural configurations that meet earthquake standards.