The construction of any room does not do without the construction of interfloor and attic floors. This article will discuss the advantages and disadvantages of monolithic reinforced concrete floors.
- Ceilings can be mounted for structures of any size, only the presence of supports is required.
- Increased sound insulation of concrete floors with a relatively small thickness.
- Surfaces are mostly smooth, and unlike finished boards, they have no seams or differences, which saves on finishing materials.
- Due to the pouring of a monolithic overlap, balconies can be brought out, loggias that serve much longer than ready-made concrete slabs.
The disadvantages include the need to use a large number of specialized equipment in the construction process.
A team with certain knowledge and skills is also required.
This method of pouring ceilings can be used in houses made of durable material. In other cases (a house made of aerated concrete or a low-quality brick), additional supports are needed.
In wooden houses, this type of flooring is not used at all.
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