The foundation slab of a building is the real “foundation” of every house. The foundation of the building is the most important part on which the quality and especially the life of your house depends. The construction of the foundation slab must therefore be given due attention. It is quite logical that a different type of foundation requires a light prefabricated wooden building, and a completely different design of the foundation slab requires a brick house or even a high-rise building. The construction of the foundation slab is of course also influenced by the terrain conditions of the construction site, especially with regard to the type and load-bearing capacity of the building subsoil.
One of the very important works is the waterproofing of the house, as additional waterproofing is very costly and of course very unpleasant for future residents of the house, who at least struggle with bacteria (mold), which are unhealthy. object. In addition to static influences, the underground parts of buildings are usually stressed by water, corrosive influences (aggressive water and soil, “stray currents”, or chemicals from human activity contained in the soil around the building) and radon from the building’s subsoil. The action of water is expressed as hydro.
As we have already mentioned, the basic characteristic element of a wooden building is the use of wood of guaranteed quality. The prisms used by us are dried structural wooden longitudinally connected prisms and meet the highest requirements that are placed on these building materials. The prisms have clearly defined properties - the limits for moisture content, dimensional accuracy, material defects, surface quality, etc. are precisely set. certified and high quality, mostly softwood lumber, especially spruce and larch. If the building is properly closed, fungi, mold and insect infestation are excluded.
Another very important material is thermal insulation. In order for the temperature to remain pleasant in the house, even though so little energy is supplied to it, the heat must be meticulously protected. One of the most important parts of the house is good thermal insulation, which significantly reduces heat loss and brings the house a number of other benefits. The insulation we use is multi-purpose thermal insulation based on glass mineral fibers. The production of the material consists in pulping the melt from silica sand, recycled glass and other additives.
They are plastic foils of a light type for the formation of layers limiting the infiltration of air and the diffusion of water vapor into structures with folded roofing - sloping roofs, ceilings and prefabricated walls. The foils are usually placed on the inner side of the thermal insulation layer. A prerequisite for the correct function is a high-quality design, especially a tight design of foil joints and connection to other building structures. The foil we use is a high-quality vapor-proof foil for walls and roof structures, made of self-extinguishing polyethylene.
Fermacell gypsum fiber boards
Fermacell achieves its proven quality with a convincing overall concept that begins in production. Fermacell gypsum fiber boards consist of gypsum and paper fibers, which are obtained by recycling. On computer-controlled production lines, after the addition of water and without other binders, a homogeneous mixture of these two natural raw materials is compressed under high pressure into solid plates, which are dried and cut into appropriate formats. It is an innovative and environmentally friendly production process with the strictest quality control. Fermacell is both a building and fire protection board as well as a board for damp rooms.
Choosing a roof covering for a new building is an extremely responsible task. The roofing will affect not only the appearance of the house. And last but not least, the appearance and type of roofing also affects the feelings of the building’s occupants. It is possible to choose heavy or light roofing. But the final choice is not easy at all. This is because other selection criteria enter the scene. Some people want the cheapest option, some focus mainly on the appearance of the roof. These two “extremes” are not the lucky solution, because then one can experience such construction “madness”. And unfortunately, in today’s era of certain urban freedom, it is possible to meet more and more often with such and other similar unaesthetic and impractical roof flights.