Private houses, cottages, low-rise houses, as well as high-rise buildings of brick, are erected using clay or silicate bricks, bonding with a cement-sand mortar.

Brick houses are fireproof, stable, durable and reliable.

How to build a brick house?

A brick house requires a rather deep foundation - slab, tape (reinforced concrete on a sand or gravel pad) or pile - under difficult hydrogeological conditions.

Brick walls have relatively low thermal insulation, so modern brick houses are insulated immediately during construction.

Overlaps and roofing

Ceilings for brick houses are made of wood, prefabricated monolithic or from reinforced concrete slabs. The roof can be any - usual duo-pitch, single-slope, flat or two-pointed.

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