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Sunmica and doors

Hi,How r u ?Need Your help! PleaseWe have selected pine wood flush doors and filling is also of pine wood.. Is pine is good?Secondly, What thickness of Sunmica should I paste on it? 0.8 or 1mm?1mm is obviously good but still is saving money in Sunmica is worthy?Price difference is too muchThank you in advance.
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Colored concrete floor

Hi everyone, Happy dipawali to all of you in advance!!!Now , Coming to my question. I decided to put colored cement concrete floor. I would be using TATA floor colorsMy mason said that he will put concrete mix in the panels and later put float coat (white cement + floor color+ water mixture) of about 6 to 8mm thick layer so that floor can be grinded a little bit by machine and polished for shining.
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concrete floors

Hi,concrete Floor paints vs color pigmented concrete floors?1. Pros and cons of each?2. what would you suggest? paints over floor or color pigments?Thank you.
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outside main gate

Hello,Now ' I,m at Gate( Outside) stage. I am considering10 feet by 7 feet height gate. 1. Is the height is okay?2. What should be the weight of the gate?3. Should I prefer Vertical or horizontal handles?Please help!!!!Pooja.
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Roof main vs distributuion?

Hi,Which side is to be considered main and which to be distribution to lay bars?Our lohar says that shorter side is main but if we do that we would end up using lots of tmt overlaping in our case so they said to consider longer side as mainThank you Pooja.
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Roof related

Hi,We are going to roof finally. Its 900 square feet. what steel bar size I need in roof? How much steel I need? what steel bar size needed in stairs? I'm not building beam stairs for safety purposeAnd yes, My constructor asked me whether to use lift or vibrator for roof lanter? Kindly suggestPooja.
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Foundation

Hello,Happy new year to you!Sir, My foundation is complete now. We had put 2 steel bars of 12mm at DPC level. My dpc level is 1' 6" from road level and 2' feet from inside entry. Now, for some reasons we want to increase 6 inches level from both inside and outside. What to do? DPC is not put yet. Just inserted two steel bars at DPC level and covered with concreteAny advice will be appreciatedThanx.
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Column projection/Technical query

Hi,Here IRC refers to International residential codeI somewhere read as follows:The IRC specifies that spread footings must be at least6 inches thick and project at least 2 inches beyond the loadedsurface. In addition, the projection must not exceed the thickness.So, if the pier is a 12-inch concrete column and the footingis 24 inches in diameter and 6 inches thick, you’ve metcode. The footing pro.
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door frame height

Hello,How much height of door frame should be used when total height from floor to ceiling is 11 feet? Cheap and best termite resistent wood?.
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Curing urgent

Hi, Hi,I want to know how much curing is needed in winter days of december in punjab. I'm curing in morning and it remain wet even at late night now a days. Contractor says that excessive curing should not be done in winter.Help!!!!!.
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