-Plumbing, Electrical, and HVAC: Plumbing and Electrical forms the basis for any construction followed by the Heating, Ventilation and Air conditioning systems as temperature maintenance is highly essential to withstand the Canadian weather. -Drywall: Internal walls are made up of Gypsum boards of 4'x8' dimensions known as the drywall. -Trim: This forms the decorative parts on the ceiling and the internal walls. -Paint: Ceilings and drywalls are painted using the paint sprays. -Flooring and wall tile: The flooring is started after fixing the plumbing and electrical fixtures are fixed. Spacers are provided between the tiles for flooring and wall tiling. An adhesive is used for fixing the tiles. -Final details: These include the final fixtures of electrical conduits such as switches, plates, and skirting followed by wall and door paint. Questions about the Canadian construction 1.Why not concrete structures for individual housing? 2.Why excessive usage natural resource like wood?
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