What are Wall Finishes and the purpose of using them? As the name “Wall Finishes” itself suggests that it is finish given to the wall to enhance the interior or exterior look of the structure. Wall finishes used for the interiors are quite delicate and need maintenance.
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VOLUNTEERS have secured a new heating system at Curry Rivel village hall in a £9,000 project.The Robert Sewers Hall is now host to the new system, a cooker and insulation after its committee…
This project comprises the development of the site for residential build of 100 homes made up of one and two bedroom apartments and two. Three and four bedroom homes.
Today the foundations of a building are required to provide the basis for constructing a ground floor that is, or can be, both well insulated and free of thermal bridging. The basic element for this is the means of connecting the floor and the rest of the superstructure with the ground.
Millions of homeowners across Britain will be encouraged to insulate the exterior walls of their properties to keep them warmer and cut energy costs.
Wiring problems can pose serious fire or electrocution hazards. Find out how to diagnose and fix a wiring problem or electrical problem quickly and safely.
A Portsmouth firm has been fined for safety failings after a member of the public was struck by masonry during unsafe overhead work in Surrey.
While we wait with anticipation for the Part L changes to be released, we’ve found ourselves thinking about how technology and materials which are currently the norm in construction will need to be improved if we’re going to continue using them in our future developments.
The weight of all types of timber varies according to their water (moisture) content. Unseasoned timber is referred to as ‘green’. Air or kiln dried timber is referred to as ‘seasoned’. The following table gives approximate weights in metric tonnes and kilograms for ‘green ‘, i.e. un-dried / unseasoned weights of softwood and hardwoods