Stages of the Building of the House – Foundation
The foundation is the foundation of the house on which it stands. The foundation's sole purpose is to get the load on the building and spread it evenly to the ground on which it is located. Soil itself is considered to be the most important foundation, usually called a natural base. There are various ways in which building the building is landed. These different modes are referred to as the foundation type and are the following;
· Strip Foundation: This is the most common type of foundation. The walls of the building are built on an extensive reinforced concrete base. The plinth is usually widened to better fit the ground. It comes from the elongated character of the name bar, as it follows the length of the wall.
· Pad Base: This works just like the foundation of a strip, only carries loads of columns or columns, so localized. That is why the shape of a pad is the name.
· Raft Foundation: This foundation is usually built when the natural foundation (earth) is weak, ie it can not properly carry the burden of the building. As the name suggests, the foundation forms a tray that covers the entire foundation of the building. This covers the whole area of the building as a floor.
· Cocoon: This is a foundation that carries local loads, mainly from pillars and columns. The only difference between the deposit is that the weight of the building is forced down to powerful ground. The columns (or columns) are deeply introduced into the soil by means of hammers until they are stable on the ground, in most cases the hard rock. This is a very mechanized process and is carried out in cases where the planned building carries a heavy load.
The ground is unique to the basics. This includes excavations, loading, disposal and compression. Depending on the size of the building, it can be done with simple hand tools or heavy earthworks. The conditions of the earth also determine the processes to be performed. Another thing that construction professionals agree is the fact that soil conditions are difficult to determine in advance, and as such, the scope is only estimated and unknown until it is completed. However, investigations are carried out to identify possible on-site conditions and as such determine how to deal with the most likely situation. I am glad that estimates of the cost of foundation work are possible and always have a temporary tag.