Some features of monolithic housing

Monolithic construction is gaining more and more popularity. It should be remembered that after the construction of the walls, the structure no longer needs insulation, it will be enough to plaster the surface using decorative plaster, the facade is a great solution using siding. The advantage of non -removable formwork is the cheapness, ease of construction, as well as the lack of the need for additional insulation. However, since this structure will not be able to “breathe”, in its inner space, ventilation systems should be equipped.

And if you live in an apartment and do not have the opportunity to move to such a house, then the question of the design of the kitchen will probably be in front of you during the repair. Little cuisines of the feet of which are presented on the site, you can arrange extremely elegant and modern.

The following types of formwork can be distinguished in the area of ​​application: the formwork of floors, foundation, walls, tunnel formwork, formwork for ring walls. Thanks to this variety, you can use a monolithic fill for each element of the building. Different parts of the formwork should be installed in different ways. Formwork for the foundation, for example, should be installed on struts, as well as horizontal supports. Wall formwork is installed using brackets, racks, as well as connecting locks. The formwork of the ceilings is mounted on a design of volumetric or telescopic retaining racks. In the manufacture of removable formwork, aluminum, steel, wood, as well as plastic can be used.