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Garg Builders has been engaged in construction and design industry for more than 30 years. We provide complete design, construction and interior decoration services for all types of residential and commercial projects of all sizes.
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Exterior Elevation of a modern 500 sq. yds. house compl

Exterior Elevation of a modern 500 sq. yds. house completed in Dec 2013
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UPVC windows

Dear hks448: Nowadays, uPVC windows have started to appear more often in residential construction. A good quality uPVC joinery is almost a timeless asset. Provided you go with a reputed brand for your uPVC requirements, you may rest your doubts regarding longevity and discoloration of these windows.I hope it helps..
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GFRC Construction

Dear Nishant: GFRC pre-fabricated boards are starting to show in facades and elevation in commercial buildings. As of now, in India, they do not replace the inside walls of residential buildings. .
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we are making Almira (cupboard) for clothes in kid's room can we use mustered (r

Dear Neetu: Whatever colors we see everyday have a great impact on our lives. While red gives us warmth, passion, energy and determination, a study conducted in USA found out that seeing red everyday also increases the risk-taking factor in our behavior, which might eventually prove to be good for some people in achieving goals in their life. Orange gives joy and also increases ones appetite, Yell.
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paint

Dear Chethan: I assume that you intend to inquire about the process difference between old and new surface for painting. While new surface should have primer, putty and appropriate paint for finish. The old surface, if already painted, could be re-painted as such only after scrubbing/sanding if surface finish is already good along with minor repairs in putty wherever applicable.I hope it helps..
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water / salt in walls

Dear Mrs. Francis: Install tiles with grooves between joints. You can use any kind of tiles for this matter. However, if glazed/vitrified non-porus tiles are used, then the current dampness and salts will keep on escaping from the tile grooves while the tiles will remain as they are. If rough surfaced/ceramic/porcelain tiles are used, the tiles will also appear to be damp and appear to shed salt a.
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can i make wardrobes with marble shelves and acrylic doors?

Dear Mrs. Francis: Nowadays, PVC/plastic laminated board has started to come in use in kitchens and other woodwork which is free from effects of insects, termite and dampness. Another option is stainless steel kitchen cabinets where steel panels are used along with fiber board to make the cabinets. The latter option tends to be a little expensive though. I hope it helps. .
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what is best for driveways? Pavers or tiles or cement floor?

Dear Ashok: Nowadays, driveways include pavers, tiles, granite, kota, other stones, cobbled stones, ordinary concrete floor etc. It all depends upon your liking, budget, material availability and application feasibility. I hope it helps..
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With reference to civil structures, what are C-sections and I-sections ? When a

Dear Madhusudhanan: Yes, these are made of mild steel. During renovation, they are used where they create an easy solution to provide support/bear load of the existing structure. They are not super-expensive and have a direct relation to the price of steel.I hope it helps..
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Wall Putty

Dear Ms. Purvi: primer, putty and exterior grade paint; all are applied..
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RCC Foundation in a plot where sand is upto 15 feet deep

Dear Ms. Purvi: Pile foundation would definitely be of help in your case. However, in continuation of Gupta Ji's suggestion, it would do much good if a soil study is done in the area, followed by acquiring the foundation drawing by a competent and experienced structural engineer.  .
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Address: Ph: 9872514599; House No. 358, Sector 35-A
City: Chandigardh
Zip: 160036
Country: India
Website: www.indiamart.com/gargbuilders/
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  1. College/University - Punjab Engineering College, Chandigarh in Year 2006 Attended For BTech
  2. College/University - Xavier Labour Relations Institute, Jamshedpur in Year 2008 Attended For MBA
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  1. Partner at Garg Builders from Nov 2008 to till date
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