Seven details of home decoration construction in w

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The temperature in winter is relatively low, so the family decoration construction must not be ignored. Although the construction volume of room decoration is small, it includes conventional types of work such as water, electricity, wood, tile, oil, etc. due to the particularity of the season, the following details should be paid attention to in the process of home decoration construction:

1 According to the principle of thermal expansion and cold contraction, pay attention to leaving appropriate gaps in winter construction

(1) the door seam should not be too small during winter construction, so as to prevent the door from tightening in summer and cannot be opened and closed freely

(2) when laying solid wood floors, about 2mm expansion joints should be left around, otherwise it will cause bulging and hanging

(3) when making furniture, it is necessary to leave an interface seam of about 0.1mm to avoid deformation

(4) for cracks caused by different cold shrinkage coefficients of different materials, the construction personnel should take the method of reserved joints to prevent and control, and the joints of all woodwork should be controlled at 1mm, and the joints of gypsum board and cement board should be controlled at 8mm

2. Whether it is wall tiles or floor tiles, the materials should be moved from outdoor to indoor for 24 hours to adapt to the indoor temperature before paving, so as to avoid hollowing and falling off after construction. In addition, pay attention to timely pointing after the brick is paved

3. The dryness and cracking of the wall in winter are mainly caused by uneven water loss. Pasting kraft paper or bean wrapped cloth on the wall can play a certain preventive effect

4. In winter, the temperature is low, and if the plastering, puttying, tiling and other working surfaces are frozen, there will be quality problems such as hollowing. For the room without heating, when the temperature cannot meet the requirements, the construction shall be suspended or the heating equipment shall be increased to increase the indoor temperature. For the room that has been heated, a higher temperature is beneficial to the construction, but attention should be paid to the problem of drying and cracking caused by too fast water loss on the working surface. The sand used by bricklayers should be carefully screened and there should be no ice. Antifreeze should be added appropriately according to the actual construction needs. When mixing mortar, the temperature of water should not exceed 80 ℃, and it should be adjusted frequently with use. Cement cannot be constructed in the open air, and antifreeze should be done well

5. Because the indoor air is dry and the water loss is fast, the putty before oiling cannot be scraped too thick, otherwise it is easy to cause hollowing, cracking and wall inequality

6. Consider the impact of temperature on the environmental requirements of each process. Generally, the ambient temperature of paint application should not be lower than 5 degrees Celsius, and the ambient temperature of varnish application should not be lower than 8 degrees Celsius. Therefore, the temperature in the product description should be strictly followed during the construction. At the same time, it is windy and sandy in winter in the north. Pay attention not to let the sand fall on the dry paint surface. In case of strong wind and cooling weather, it is not suitable to carry out oil work, so as not to affect the paint effect. The wall and top coating should be adjusted as much as possible. If the adjusted coating is not used up in the first day, it is best not to use it again in the next day

7. It is cold and dry in winter, so we should pay strict attention to safety. Garbage should be cleaned at any time, wood chips, wood chips and other inflammables should be cleaned at any time, and paint and other items should be placed separately in the balcony and other ventilated places. Heating indoors is very easy to cause hypoxia, poisoning and even fire. In addition, in areas with too much dust, special attention should also be paid. In wet areas, the possibility of dust explosion is low, but in dry areas, dust (powdered combustible solids) may cause explosion when encountering open fire when reaching a certain concentration




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