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What To Know When Constructing A Building

Feb 28th 2014 at 10:48 PM

Whenever an individual aspires of a building, he imagines a nice looking, spacious and a secure one for himself. Be it the business needs or domestic, the mentioned three criteria are the most thought of. He wants the best possible combination of the above mentioned criteria to get his masterpiece, but what hinders his imagination from turning into a reality is the cost of production.  A nice and magnificent office building reflects the quality of business services and thus profits the business by raising the amount of trust public has on the business.

The process of building any concrete structure is quite longer and deeper than what a layman thinks. Most of the people think that the bricks, cement and iron rods are the only tools of trade. But the actual procedure starts on the canvas on which the architect draws the map of building. Most of the planning and designing work is done during this phase only. And it is important to mention that a well-planned design is one of the necessary ingredients of a good building. So, an individual must open his think sinks during this phase.

But the job does not end here; one also needs the correct and exact implementation of his plans, so that he may turn his design into reality. Right from the choice of building materials, to the people who actually are going to build the building, all require due considerations. The choice of materials depends upon the geographical locations of your building as well as your financial status.  Your office auditorium needs a type of cement which can absorb sound, your domestic kitchen needs cement which is fire resistant, and the permutations are endless. If you live in earthquake prone areas, you need a light but strong building material to avoid your building being trashed by minor earthquakes. The researchers also pay due attention to the type of building material, and out of their researches they pull out some useful materials for public use. Today, we have several types of cements that are light, fire resistant, and strong and even require less water, thus reducing the money investment.

Taking an example of such building material, AAC (Autoclaved Aerated Concrete) is one such multipurpose product. Invented in 1920 by a Swiss architect AAC is getting the consent of many builders as an efficient building material. Any individual aspiring to get nice a building built must know more about AAC block.

Red clay bricks are heavy, expensive and not so efficient building materials and the builders are in constant search of an alternative, and there quite a few of them available in the market. Your building is generally a structure that stands for years and years, so you not only have to plan about the present but also future. Efficient aeration, proper sunlight, optimum use of energy, spacious terrace, and balconies all the aspect are important while planning your building.  Thus, an individual

must look for proper building solutions and get the best out of his resources.

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