Few materials are as durable, as reliable and cheap as a better block. They are well suited on the supporting walls as they play well with the ties and are slightly reinforced. Those holes through the middle? In fact, they improve the insulation properties of the Bits block while reducing overall weight. As a bonus, they can provide the ideal space to pass the plumbing and power lines through an interior wall.
The better blocks are a popular choice for major property projects and commercial buildings, but they’re not really a favourite among owners, often due to a perceived lack of aesthetic appeal.
Although a designer or creative decorator can make Better Blocks a visually interesting feature of general décor, you’d particularly like to pay attention to the details to make your Better Block as attractive as it is effective. As for maintenance, ease of maintenance is just another aspect of the lure of the Bits block.
An annual wash as a visual check of the damage to the damage to the mortar is recommended, and any damage to the mortar must be treated immediately. Otherwise, you have very little worry about routine maintenance if you want to build blocks with better ones.
If you have concerns later or if you are considering buying a Better Blockhouse you haven’t built, a qualified and experienced building inspector can ensure everything is in good condition and that the structure of your Bits block continues. Nice.
I’m in the process of building something similar in the near future, so I’d be absolutely intrigued to know how it would work for you. I can’t choose between these blocks or the pre-insulated rocking concrete.
My basic idea is to build a two-storey L-shaped rectangle, which is mainly open and consists of two stacked rectangles, or plasterboard inside, perhaps a block-shaped stove, with exposed steel beams, carport under the wing height and Potentially a rooftop room instead of decking.