A wall is a vertical building structure that transmits the loads to the building foundation, separates the sections of the building and protects the buildings against external influences. Building walls can be made of metal, wood and reinforced concrete materials. Wall building is one of our leading services
WALL TYPES BY FUNCTION
Carrier: It is the type of wall that transmits the loads coming to it to the foundation.
Partition: These are the walls separating the building sections.
Exterior: These are the walls surrounding the building from the outside.
Interior: These are the walls inside the building.
Foundation: It is the wall that remains in the ground and continues up to the level of the basement.
Retaining: These are the walls built to prevent landslides or water abrasion.
Border: These are the walls made to determine the boundaries of places such as land or garden.
Panel: These are curtain walls that are constructed between beams or columns on each floor and do not carry loads.
Shield: These are the walls constructed to protect the roof, to enclose the terrace roof, to close the gap between the floor and the slope.
Portable: These are the walls that were built horizontally and later mounted on the exterior.
Thin Coated: These are the walls covered with different materials, the coating of which is attached to the wall, but the coating is not load-bearing.
Thick Coated: These are the walls covered with different materials, the coating of which is attached to the wall, but the coating is load bearing.
Sandwich Paneled: These are the walls with insulating material in the middle.
Reinforced Concrete Joints: These are the walls where iron hardware is placed on the vertical and horizontal joints.
Parapet: It is the roof and balcony edge wall.
Joint: These walls are grouted with cement mortar without plastering after they are knitted.
Hollow: These are the walls with doors and Windows gaps on the surface.
Filled: These are the walls with no door and window gaps on the surface.
Inter-Spaces: These are the walls with a gap between them for the purpose of insulation.