First of all, i'm a new comer on this forum, so thank you to have accepted me in this group.
so i have planned to build partitions in papercrete in my house, on those partitions , both side, i would add a layer of lime mixed with sand. Is this is possible, and if yes which thickness should me those partitions?
thanks a lot for your help!
I have worked with mud bricks for 40 years. Sometimes called earth bricks, pressed earth bricks or adobe bricks.
Here partitions are moveable.
good luck with the research
John Daley Bendigo, Australia
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posted 1 year ago
Once built those partitions are not supposed to move, but if i want to have a bigger lounge for example : yes i can blow everything down and start again elsewhere ;. They don't help supporting the building, the external walls can manage to do the job on themselves.
I thought of papercrete because it is not heavy , and it has lime or cement which make me more confident , because i've already made some bricks out of that stuff.
About mud bricks, I even don't know if my cement floor would support their weight ...I can ask !
Well if i change my mind and decide to try mud bricks i'll , for sure , come back to ask more questions on this forum !!!
Anyway, Thanks a looot for your time and your advice John!!!
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