The main problem of metal. I have not seen this roof without blemish.
Dec 23, 2019
To the ideal desired by all, especially those samostroyschiki like me. But, in some situations, there are doubts:
But this ideal is possible at all?
My entire building, from the basement to the roof, it is a constant pursuit of excellence. It seems to me, all this is just such a novice like me. And most importantly, in most cases, the reality is not as colorful as your presentation.
It happened with the roof.
Stacking metal roofing, I concentrated on the joints themselves sheets, and flatness at the edges of crates. As for the plane of the roof, so, I could affect only a good compression, self-tapping screws.
But, even following all the rules, after finishing packing material, I was not entirely happy with the result.
In general, everything looked good.
🔹 But take a step to the side, at a certain angle, get out kosyachki ...
The vertical joints of sheets, loomed over the entire plane. And peering closely, could not see a clear protrusions sheets, because all the joints I also went with screws.
Rather, it was like a different reflection of light, pouring it into the joints.
My first thought - why it happened.
The only reason can be called a non-ideal plane lathing. But in general, whether there can be all perfect.
✅ I feel even on a perfectly level surface, seams, anyway, will be above the plane, due to the metal thickness. And this is what catches the eye at a certain angle.
After that, I looked at other examples.
Their circle is complete, just look around ...
Simply, it is worth a walk around the neighborhood, and pay attention to it.
✅ And here you realize that everything is relative.
My job, get a much higher quality than all that dropped my eyes. So, not that I have bad samostroyschik ...
Though, myself, I have never doubted.
Friends, maybe I'm wrong??? I ask all the experts to express their opinion in the comments, it is very interesting to know the truth ...
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