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While planning your home's construction, it is very important to keep the changing weather in mind. While winter is supposed to be one of the most favorable seasons for building a home, let's understand a few important things about construction in the winter season.


Step No.1

Construction work can take place smoothly as there is no rain or scorching heat during winters.

Step No.2

When the temperature drops, concrete takes more time to set and its strength grows at a slower pace.

Step No.3

Therefore, concrete should be mixed when there's ample sunlight. You can also use warm water for mixing.

Step No.4

Cover the concrete with tarpaulin or plastic to protect it from frosting.

Step No.5

You can also use admixtures under an engineer's supervision

Step No.6

As the strength gains slowly during winters, shuttering should be removed as per the following schedule: Beams, walls and columns - after 5 days, The prop below the slabs - after 7 days, Slab - after 14 days, Beam support - after 21 days.

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