Building a House | part 2 Masonry | house construction documentary | German technology technology house

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film production: Client: Brale

The large house building documentary series goes on with the masonry. We show how the walls are set. Which wall building material is used for the single-family home? How much time do I have to plan as a client for the shell construction phase? These and many other questions are answered in the film and the viewers learns exactly how the masonry construction of a german solid house works.

The stones for the outer walls are so called thermal bricks. Stones made of clay, in which the thermal insulation is integrated in the stone. A solid stone, 36.5 cm thick, with hydrophobic mineral wool as insulation. The inner walls are also made of clay, so called vertical perforated bricks in two different versions. The brick with 17.5 cm wall thickness is for the load-bearing walls and the narrower brick with 11.5 cm is for the non-load-bearing walls. We show in the floor plan where which stone has to be used.

The ceiling is made by so-called semi-finished part ceilings. These ceiling elements are approx. 6 cm thick reinforced concrete slabs, in which part of the necessary reinforcement has already been inserted. They are laid by a crane and will then be concreted.

A few days later, the bricklayers start with the upper floor. Like the ground floor: for the outer walls: they use the thermal bricks in which the thermal insulation is integrated in the stone with hydrophobic mineral wool. The inner walls are all made by the non- load-bearing walls.

Last step for the masonry: installing the anchor ring plate. The anchor ring plate is used to absorb and transfer horizontal tensile forces such as wind, ground vibrations and the roof load itself.
Then, after 10 days, the masonry work is complete. .

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Taurifilm 25/02/2022 - 8:10 Chiều

Did you like the video and want to see more !? Then share it and subscribe to the channel. The next parts are coming soon. And write us in the comments: how you like the work. Questions, Suggestions, desired topics you want to see.

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Wally warning 25/02/2022 - 8:10 Chiều

wtf no basement?!

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muh guyva 25/02/2022 - 8:10 Chiều

steel across the upper floor deck and the top ring to provide lateral strength but why not down through the ground floor walls and into the foundation? Must be very stable land. This would not be acceptable in many areas of US due to earthquakes, tornadoes and even unstable soil but man I bet that is a quiet house and no problems with termites.

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MG 25/02/2022 - 8:10 Chiều

I assume you can't lay the second floor of concrete if it's raining? unless you have it covered.

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Viktor Antevski 25/02/2022 - 8:10 Chiều

Hey, great work. How much people working on the base/masonry? Done in 10 days? It is faster than I thought. Of course, I can see that the size of the blocks eases the process.

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Dominic Pascarella 25/02/2022 - 8:10 Chiều

Wish homes were built this way in america

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Tai Hung 25/02/2022 - 8:10 Chiều

American people use too much wood to built their home that would literally burn down hard once a fire hits it.

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Paul Valor 25/02/2022 - 8:10 Chiều

Nicely done.

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sharuk98 25/02/2022 - 8:10 Chiều

Thanks for the video…put more videos and also on roof constructions for German houses.

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