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  1. What is autoclaving?

    What is autoclaving

    Foam concrete is a cement-sand mortar cured in a porous state. The cellular structure in it is formed by introducing and "whipping" chemical blowing agents. As a rule, the shop for the production of foamed concrete ("factory" to call it very difficult), a small area with the predominance of manual labor and unskilled personnel. The volume of production is extremely small, the turnover of funds is low, so you have to save in such production literally on everything, which is clearly not conducive to improving the quality of the finished product.

    Saturation of concrete with the gas released by the reaction of lime and aluminum paste - a fairly complex process that requires careful control of the dosage of these components. It is possible to ensure this only at large plants with quality automated equipment, and until recently the term "gas concrete" already by default meant the presence of autoclave processing. So gradually in the minds of consumers have formed a stable and quite objective

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  2. Types Of Wall Cladding for Exterior Finish

    Types Of Wall Cladding for Exterior Finish

    Wall cladding is an integral part of every house’s architecture in Australia because of the huge weather impact on the exterior walls. This external wall cladding is supposed to do more functions other than just protecting your walls from weather changes. If you get the right material for exterior cladding, it will render other benefits such as insulation, noise control, low energy consumption, and enhancing the outdoor look as well.

    You might be giving a puzzled look at what we are talking about to you. Well, we have to first make it clear to you what external cladding is. It’s the process of adding layers to your outdoor walls, which architects also called ‘the skin’ of the house or a building. It is meant to withstand all different kinds of external pressure, be it weather, heat, moisture, or noise, while letting the residents live comfortably.

    This reinforces the strength of the main structure by keeping it safe from external factors. Also, its functions of not allowin

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  3. How to paint over cement render

    How to paint over cement render

    This article for those who are going to paint over render, and therefore interested in questions related to the choice of paint and the painting procedure.The type and quality of paint affects the exterior appearance and durability.

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  4. The main types of insulation for the roof and walls

    The main types of insulation for the roof and walls

    Australian manufacturers offer many solutions for the insulation houses. How to choose insulation for the house, which can be called the best solution in a particular situation? It is necessary to start from the specifics of a construction material, its advantages and disadvantages.

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  5. How To Choose House Render Colour Scheme?

    How To Choose House Render Colour Scheme

    Rendering a house’s exterior does the job of creating a barrier against the elements. Though its purpose is to provide a shield to the exterior walls, it doesn’t mean you can’t play with the colors for giving your exterior a statement look.

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  6. Render and cladding tools

    Render and cladding tools

    All Render and cladding tools tools are divided into the following groups, depending on the role performed in the process.

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  7. Choosing exterior wall finishes

    Choosing exterior wall finishes

    Render is one of the most popular methods of finishing facades. Its popularity is due to its ease of execution, affordability and a wide choice of texture options. This type of finish is versatile - it can decorate both a private house and an office building. In this article, we will consider what types of render are suitable for finishing the outside of the house.

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