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  The door is a movable device that functions as a barrier composed of wood, metal, aluminium, fibre, glass, or a combination of materials. A door recognizes the value of having alternatives when it comes to selecting the best match for our home's architecture and interior and external d├ęcor from the curb to the foyer. The door gives a pleasant greeting, whether it is trendy or classic, simple or lavish. There is a clear distinction between the inside and outside doors. A door serves an aesthetic function by giving the appearance of what is beyond. Doors provide protection, privacy, define spaces, decrease noise, and add beauty and elegance to any space. Interior doors are available in a variety of materials and designs, making them easy to match or accent the decor of your house. When it comes time to buy, there are an infinite number of door alternatives to select from, which can make the decision even more difficult. This blog will lead you through the many types of doors fo


The arches themselves, as well as the technologies used to build them, have been known to mankind for a long time, but it is only recently that these architectural wonders have given birth to a second generation.                      Modern designers began to use arches in the interior of apartments without consideration for the dimensions or uniqueness of the space. Additionally. Such ideas were popular in the design of not just city residences, but also country homes and, of course, public spaces. Due to the modern diversity of materials, it is fairly easy to choose the ideal alternative for the arch form, which would meet a certain style decision and fit into the financial capacities of the owners. Arches are really exquisite when it comes to interior design. Their role, however, is not confined to this. They have the ability to impact the perception of space's integrity. It can be portrayed as a single one in some circumstances with their assistance, although this is not al

Types of traps in Interior

  Plumbing Plumbing is primarily concerned with the provision of water and the disposal of sewage. If the plumbing system is expertly built and properly installed, it will be odourless.   Sewage is a waste water that emits toxic fumes. The gases include methane, carbon monoxide, and sulphide, all of which are hazardous to one's health and can be dangerous. We cannot halt the process of generating the foul gases from waste, but we can certainly prevent such gases from entering the house. Sewer gases can be dangerous at times and cause minor disease. Plumbing traps come into play here. A trap is a device that keeps sewer gases out of buildings. The traps, which are located beneath or within a plumbing fixture, store just a little amount of water. The retaining water creates a water seal, preventing foul gases from entering the building via drain pipes. Traps are thus put in all plumbing fittings such as sinks, washbasins, ba

How Bricks are made ?

Bricks are used extensively in construction at all levels, from thatched roofs to multi-story buildings. Except for slight changes, the brick-making technique has remained unchanged for many years. Bricks are the oldest building material that is still widely used today due to their durability, availability, and low cost. Building quality has greatly increased as a result of refined brick production and burning procedures.                       Brick manufacturing The manufacturing procedures vary greatly depending on the type of clay used, the machinery available, and so on, and the following is a quick basic overview. Bricks are formed using either technology or by hand. Bricks produced by machine The majority of bricks are manufactured by machinery. The various stages are as follows: 1.Earth preparation, 2.moulding, 3.drying. 4.burning.   1.      Earth preparation - After extracting the clay or shale and removing larg