Yes, I am struggling with what kind of material the blocks would be made of that they have to be assembled with mortar but you can also stick a hammer in them?!? It’s a terra-cotta tile, quick to lay and makes for easy plasterwork on top. Not used in the Awesome Electrician Socket Shirt, but it’s still manufactured for repair work. It’s 4 inches thick or so and hollow in the middle. I’m working on a house in Lancaster PA built in 1929 and the exterior walls are these blocks with a brick veneer on the exterior. Never saw them before. Yeah, I’m working in a 1920 building in NYC with terra-cotta below a plaster ceiling. I’ve never seen it used as a ceiling component. In Middle Europe, almost all new houses are built with them.
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The concrete ceiling on top, drywall on the inside, and insulation on the outside. It costs more than the wood houses in America I guess but they’re very energy efficient and almost indestructible. Really confused by this statement, my house is a wood Awesome Electrician Socket Shirt and it still has all its original studs and framing. Nothing should “fall apart” or degrade assuming there is no water ingress and that it’s been taken care of. Obviously, if your roof leaks or your siding is coming off you’re going to have problems. You can’t get the same kind of lumber anymore; the trees that produce really good stuff take hundreds of years to grow and have all been cut down. Old wood is much higher quality than new wood, and was often used in much more excessive quantities (a 2×4 is not 2×4 anymore, for example).