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14 years14 yearsAndrejAndrej posted:
Home Building Blogs

You can add: Andrej, 28, Bratislava
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14 years14 yearsAndrejAndrej posted:
Home Building Blogs

Thank you. On the first pic, its prepared for an internal heat pump(air-water). One "window" will suck the air from outside and the other will blow it out again.

14 years14 yearsAndrejAndrej posted:
Hebel the good the bad and the ugly? Need advice!

Many people over here(Bratislava) are using hebel or similar products for their houses. Looking at new houses, 50% are classic brick, 40% are hebel, ytong, etc and 10% wood. Few…

14 years14 yearsAndrejAndrej posted:
Why are wooden houses so popular in Australia?

That is very possible, of course.

14 years14 yearsAndrejAndrej posted:
Why are wooden houses so popular in Australia?

I demolished a 80 years old house and the brick wasn't cracked. And back then the materials sucked, the bricks produced now has to be much much better.

14 years14 yearsAndrejAndrej posted:
Why are wooden houses so popular in Australia?

This is interresting, because I read somewhere that concrete is 5 times worse as brick in terms of heat accumulation. But even if not, too much concrete is not very…

14 years14 yearsAndrejAndrej posted:
Why are wooden houses so popular in Australia?

ausdesign & ahuang, thanks for the replies :)
Casa, you can follow the process of my house on my page. About heating, when the temperatures are stable…

14 years14 yearsAndrejAndrej posted:
Why are wooden houses so popular in Australia?

Casa, I'm from Bratislava (Slovak Republic). What is the air gap for between the 2 bricks? Wouldn't be 1 bigger brick more stable?

14 years14 yearsAndrejAndrej posted:
Why are wooden houses so popular in Australia?

Yeah, and I just learned the difference between double brick and brick veneer. :)

14 years14 yearsAndrejAndrej posted:
Why are wooden houses so popular in Australia?

Why is that?

14 years14 yearsAndrejAndrej posted:
Why are wooden houses so popular in Australia?

Great info, guys, thanks.
Casa2: About the brick isolation. We don't have any other options, because during the winter time, the temperature is often under 0 celsius. The R norm is…

14 years14 yearsAndrejAndrej posted:
Why are wooden houses so popular in Australia?

Hi guys,
I'm from Europe and not many people are building wooden houses here, thats why i'm curious why are they so popular in some locations. We are making the most…

14 years14 yearsAndrejAndrej posted:
How old are the people who are building new homes

I bought the first house when I was 27 years old. And demolished it 6 months later. :D

14 years14 yearsAndrejAndrej posted:
Home Building Blogs

Thank you. :)

14 years14 yearsAndrejAndrej posted:
Home Building Blogs

Thanks, guys.
Michelle: The new house will be classic, similar the old one, just the dormer will be much bigger. :)

14 years14 yearsAndrejAndrej posted:
Home Building Blogs

And here is mine:
http://www.house-reconstruction.com
Location: Bratislava, Europe

14 years14 yearsAndrejAndrej posted:
Buying a existing home, knocking it down and building new?

Hi Allan,
yeah, it was fun. :) Thanks for adding the link.
I didn't know there is something like that, I will ask Perryr to do that.

14 years14 yearsAndrejAndrej posted:
Buying a existing home, knocking it down and building new?

Thanks, pleasure to meet you, guys.
In that case, the easiest way would be to become credit for some other real estate you own. Or to build it slowly with cash.…

14 years14 yearsAndrejAndrej posted:
Buying a existing home, knocking it down and building new?

Hey,
I love to see the changes there and I want to have many pics to remember every step of the work. :) The neighbours had to…

14 years14 yearsAndrejAndrej posted:
Buying a existing home, knocking it down and building new?

I found this forum just by an accident, but I can't resist to reply, because I'm doing the same right now. Cabinfever is right, the main problem can be the…

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