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Foundation

Hi, Nice to meet you all. I have a query regarding foundation. Plot is 22.5*40 feet.  I would be building G + 1st floor  ( and may be 1/2 storey more in future). Nine inches thick brick wall at boundaries and 41/2 inches partions. 8 or 9 pillars of 9"*9"Question 1. The earth level of my plot is around 2 feet 4 inches below the road level. Road is partially complete i.e Sewerage is there but strret.
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Acid staining

Hello,Good morningI have a simple query that from where can I get acid stains that I can perform on my concrete floor. No information comes up while googling in India.It is very much popular replacement of tiles amd marble in western countriesThanx.
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Roof TMT needs

Hi,I would be building G+1 or ( maximum to maximum G+1+ 1/2).Considering 10mm sttel bars and 8mm for distribution in roof slab(lanter). Is it okay?Secondly, I have tight budget. so i have not laid plinth beam and but my mistri put two 12mm rods at DPC level.( In punjab we call this type of arrangement as tega). and I want to put only 1 beam per acrross the building per floor. So should i put beam .
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House plan

House plan: When we use advance search, it does not work. I mean when we fill dimensions of plot, it shows error.
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pillar form work

Hello,My contractor said that he can used steel shuttering or wooden planks to fill 9"by9" pillars/piers.  But he recommended wooden planks because the external of pillar will be rough in case he use wood planks and this rough facings of pillars will make better bonding with walls as compared to smooth and plain facings in case of steel shuttering.What do you recommend?.
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m15 cost vs m20 cost

Sir,assuming If we are building 11feet height column( not including column footing base). what will be the cost difference to build m15 grade column and m20 grade column.Coarse sand price rs2500 for 100cub/ feet(1 trali)bajri rs2000 per 100 cub/feetcement 270 per 50kg bagcolumn size 9"*9" having  6 no. 12mm bars.
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Curing urgent

I'm curing foundation.
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concrete grade

Sir, I have house plan for 22.5* 40.  Max room size is 11*11. All room corners has columns.  My mistri has 30 years of onsite experience in residential construction.  I told him to use m15 in column footing and m20 in columns above plinth level. He said for above mentioned grades we need vibrator and concrete mixer which is not economical option for smaller plots having maximum span less t.
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Foundation

Hi sir,SasriakalMy plot is already 2.5 feet below the ground, I asked my contractor to go 2 feet depth but his labour by mistake excavated upto 3+ feet depth on one side and now my contractor said that we will excavate parallel side upto 2 feet. is there will be any imbalance?regardsRohit.
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Lintel band( Above door openings)

Hello sir,Do I need lintel band all around the building if i m using column and beam structure or lintel just above door or windows openings is sufficient?Lintel having 2 rods and 3-4 inch thick.Secondly, is second class brick is called "Darra"?Thank you.
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