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Floor coverings must not cause any annoying mirroring or dazzling with backlighting

Floor Covering for Houses for Old People and Disabled People

Houses for old people and disabled people is a place equipped with long-term medical care facilities meant for taking care of elderly patients or disabled people who are in need of special assistance. A few particular aspects must be taken into consideration so as to ensure that a floor covering is suitable for use in buildings planned with universal accessibility.…

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To Build Energy-Saving Houses Starting from the Walls

Energy-saving issues is no longer something that is rarely thought of, this issue is now a global concern. A source stated that out of the entirety of one hundred percent of energy produced in the world, 60% of them is used for our housings. Starting from regular homes, where that house needs energy to heat the room when the weather…

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All You Need to Know About a Floor

Whether you’d want a squeaky floor, a slippery one, or the kind that would give funny sounds whenever your shoes scratched on it, there are so many types of floors and so many colors and textures to choose from that flooring plans are confusing. So I’m making this article to tell you all you really need to know about a…

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Benefits of Interlocking Bricks

As explained earlier that Interlocking Bricks can reduce the cost of building a house because if using an Interlocking Bricks you can reduce the use of cement, no need to use form-work to create columns, do not need a skilled labor to install it, can speed up development time because it is very easy and very quickly install it and…

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Making a Cheap House Wall with Interlocking Bricks

It’s nearly impossible to construct good looking buildings without additional cost. Yet Interlocking Bricks achieves that goal. It’s an accomplishment of engineering as much as one of design. Using the Interlocking Bricks building system, you may save cost by eliminating form-works for reinforced concrete column and beams, plastering and painting costs, reducing many workers, steel and cement. Not only that,…

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Guideline to Make Stairs

The experiences one has of ascending and descending stairs varies greatly with the stair design, for example there is a significant difference between an interior domestic design and a grand flight of entrance steps. Climbing stairs takes on average seven times as much energy as walking on the flat. From the physiological point of view, the best use of ‘climbing…

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Calculations for the Construction of Stairs

Calculations for the construction of stairs, ramps and guards are set out in various national building regulations. In the UK, British Standards and the Building Regulations should be consulted. The guidelines here are based on German standards. Dwellings with no more than two flats must have an effective stair width of at least 0.80 m and 17/19 rise-to-tread ratio. Stair…

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Ceramic Floor Tile

Some stone tiles, for example, polished granite, marble, and travertine are exceptionally dangerous when wet. Stone tiles with a riven (split) surface, for example, slate or with a sawn and after that sandblasted or honed surface will be more slip-resistant. Ceramic floor tiles for use in wet zones can be made more slip-safe either by utilizing little tiles with the…

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Balconies offer an effective means of improving the attractiveness of domestic accommodation units. They also give an extended work space as well as an easily supervised outdoor children’s play area. Typical uses include relaxation, sunbathing, sleeping, reading, eating etc. In addition to the required functional living space an area for plant boxes should be provided wherever possible →⑧. Corner balconies…

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Making Energy-saving Walls for House

Architecture science has taught how to make a comfortable home to live in. All aspects related to the house or building is carefully discussed. Starting from determining the direction and position of the house that is laid based on the condition of the situation where the house will be built, the materials will be used to build a house that…

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