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Porcelain tiles and Non-Porcelain tiles are the two main types of ceramic tiles used for indoor flooring in Ghana. These have become popular among most Ghanaians. Non-porcelain tiles are commonly referred to as ceramic tiles. Porcelain tiles and Non-Porcelain tiles come in various designs or patterns, shapes, and sizes. Basically, they belong to the same family since they are both made from different types of clay, yet porcelain tile and non-porcelain tile are different in terms of density, price, water absorption level, installation, cutting, etc.
This story has a happy ending…Let me tell you a quick story about Robert and his family.
Robert really can’t find a trusted and qualified architect to design his dream home for him.
Unfortunately, Robert stuck his head in the sand because deep down he didn’t believe he could succeed in finding a reliable and trusted architect who will help him build his Dream Home.
You may not read blueprints very often in the course of your life, but you can use architectural floor plans when you are building your dream home, you add on to your home or business is expanding. You need not have an architectural degree to read the blueprints, and this article explores simple ways to read floor plans. You will not understand every little part of the plan, but you can interpret the blueprints to learn what the space will look like when it is completed.
If you are looking to build your first dream home, there is no need to worry. Building a custom home from scratch may seem scary at first but there is a process that works (99.9% of the time) and many people just like you have done it. The following are a few steps that you should follow with your architect for creating your dream home.
Owning a home is one of the greatest achievements in life, and it is a dream comes true for many people. If you are planning to own a property in Ghana, take the necessary precautions to avoid finding yourself in a string of never-ending disputes and possible court battles. To help you, follow these simple 5 legal processes whenever you want to acquire a home or any other real estate property in Ghana.
Ghana has for several years been experiencing massive power blackouts popularly nicknamed ‘dumsor,’ which means on & off in one of the local dialects. Although intermittent power is common in most developing African countries, the energy situation in Ghana is already spiraling out of control. Some areas lack electricity for hours on end; others receive multiple power cuts (about five) each day. Sometimes, the blackouts last for extended periods, some lasting longer than 24 hours.
If the current trend is anything to go by, soon Ghana will be wallowing in pitch darkness.
Let’s build a home. Follow along with these instructions and you will be living in your new home in no time. The first step in any successful project is planning. Before you start building, weigh out your options for location carefully even if you already have land. The worst thing is to build a home in an area where you won’t enjoy living. There are several factors to look into when selecting a location:
Looking to build a new home or maybe even renovate your current home? That is great, but before you rush right into your new project, there are some things you will need to know to save some money.
A cross-section of Ghanaians are appealing to the government to intervene in issues relating to the housing sector to enable workers afford accommodation.