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Brick Floors 1 year 7 months ago #197

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Brick Floors
The floors with brick coverings are referred to as brick floors.

Advantages and Disadvantages:
With rough surfaces, these floors are simple to build and repair. But these rough surfaces easily absorb moisture from the surrounding areas cause dampness in the building.

Method of Construction:

  • The ground is solidified.
  • A layer of clean m-sand minimum 10cm thick.
  • If the subsurface conditions are unfavourable, a hardcore in dry bricks or rubble of 5cm - 10cm thick is installed.
  • Base concrete is formed by laying 10cm thick Lime Concrete or Lean Cement Concrete with ratios 1: 4: 8 and 1:8:16 likewise.
  • Bricks are soaked in water before laying with Cement Mortar at a 1:4 ratio.

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