implies. Such lands are usually termed ‘uneven’ when building normal structures, which means that two points in the land have an uneven elevation of up to three meters. Building on this kind of plane would have required that the unevenness is first eliminated through a refill process, but this kind of land is considered perfect for slope block building.
Why Opt For A Slope Block Building?
The level of genius required in converting an uneven plane into a site for beautiful slope block structures is one that had not been seen before the introduction of such structures. But what could have inspired such an idea, and why do people opt for this type of structure? Here are some reasons why people choose slope block buildings.
The first reason is the captivating views that this type of house provides. Whatever you are surrounded with and whichever sights are found around your home, you are assured of a sublimely unique view compared to other houses on a leveled plane.
The inclined or declined state of slope block structures makes ventilation occur naturally. Also, the diagonal nature of these structures can be taken advantage of to make drainage easier.
Slope block buildings are also well angled to receive a lot of natural light, which is a feature most people look for in houses.
Slope Block Building Process
Slope block buildings are similar to other building structures because there is a process to be followed while building these structures. There are four steps in the slope block building process, and they include: