Popular Features And Benefits of AAC Blocks

AAC or Autoclaved Aerated Concrete is one of the most popular building materials which are certified for the construction of commercial properties, apartments and homes. This concrete material is renewable, recyclable, reusable, porous and non-toxic. It is also known to be environment friendly. It was first developed by a Swedish architect as an alternate building material which exhibits the property of wood. It is easy to work with AAC blocks and it exhibits good thermal insulation.

There are many benefits of using the AAC blocks. It is light in weight and it can be cut easily. It is also known to be energy efficient and it can be installed easily. It is also resistant to termite damage which makes it one of the ideal building materials. This building material is relatively new in the construction field and therefore it is greatly popular among most of the builders.

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Compared to the traditional bricks, these concrete bricks are light in weight and therefore it is easy and cheap to transport. It is made of non-toxic ingredients and it seldom exudes gases.

It is also resistant to fire and non-combustible in nature. It has the ability to withstand exposure to six hours. These bricks are also known to block out major disturbances and sound pollution. AAC blocks manufacturers always focus on an ideal construction material for schools, hospitals, offices, hotels and so forth.

One of the greatest benefits of using these blocks is that it can be cut into different shapes according to the requirements of the clients. It can also be drilled and nailed easily. This simplifies the process of electrical and sanitary installation after the completion of construction. These blocks can be bought in different sizes too from online stores at various price rates.

Today AAC blocks are used for the construction of building structures in foreign countries where earthquakes and natural calamities are common occurrences. As it reduces the usage of cement and steel while construction, it is widely preferred by most of the contractors and home builders.

However, the AAC blocks stick to one another while production which can be avoided by timely cutting of the blocks. Soft cutting procedures should be avoided to prevent sticking of blocks to one another.


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