Vladikavkaz businessman built a house of straw
• Vladikavkaz businessman built a house of straw
Businessman from Vladikavkaz Alan biguglia built himself a house in the city center, an area of 270 square meters, used as building material straw. According to him, it does not miss the cold, easy to process and cost several times cheaper than conventional building materials.
As told biguglia, the house wooden frame, inside it - straw, covered with two layers of clay plaster. two buildings are on site. The first is almost over, there is ready and the roof will soon start to interior decoration. The second building, an area of 112 square meters, is being built only. Architects have designed a home from Moscow.
"Straw we take just the one that remains in the field after harvesting combines wheat price of one bale -.. 20 rubles, plus the same amount for the delivery on a wall area of 100 squares need to 700-800 bales total comes out to about 32 thousand rubles. .
The foundation, of course, concrete. The roof is also done in the usual way - from tiles or corrugated. But thermal conductivity pyatidesyatisantimetrovyh straw wall is identical to the thermal conductivity of brick four meters thick. "
According to the owner straw house with gas heating value of its heating costs comes in five times cheaper than in a normal house. This was one of the main arguments when choosing construction technology.
"Clearly, housing prices will rise further and therefore there is a difference:. To pay, say, five thousand rubles a month, or a thousand."
Also biguglia told that the service life of the straw house is 100 years old, and seismic resistance - nine points. Rodent straw bales treated with a special compound, and on the plinth at home at the height of half a meter in the plaster set the fine metal mesh.
According Bigulova, house area of 100 square meters with finishing works "turnkey" will cost about one million rubles. However, according to experts, this technology construction in Russia will take a very narrow niche, mainly in the southern regions.