Advice 1: How to divide adjoining rooms

Quite often there are apartments in which there are interconnecting rooms. This layout is rarely satisfied owners. To solve this problem can be quite simple. You need to do separation of adjoining rooms.
How to divide adjoining rooms
You first need to make a doorway in the second room. It will output into the corridor. The door between the rooms, is just bricked. So the plaster is necessary to identify the contour of the door opening, and the contour of the placing of support beams above the doorway. The road markings are required on two sides of the wall. If the wall is load-bearing and laid on her ceiling, it is best to do to strengthen it. At a distance of 60 centimeters from the wall, set on two floors column profile. The ceiling put on the columns bar or shelves. Columns be sure to back wedges.
After that, the knocking out of the recesses with a chisel. This is done for the subsequent installation of the bearing blocks. Notch knock one side of the wall and install the unit, and then a similar action occurs with the other party. If you want to install the three blocks, with one side of the wall, install two blocks and on the other hand - one. Note, the notch need to do large enough beam to be easily located. Before you install load-bearing beam, cement place of the underlying plate thickness of 5 mm. Between laying and the end of the beam, apply the grout. Must be wedged in the seam between the beam and the masonry. For this purpose, commonly used pieces of brick.
After that, you can go to the other side. Emboss a recess for a bearing block. Install it in the same way as the first. The space that will be between the blocks must be filled with mortar with brick rubble. Then you can install the door frame and the door itself. Once the design is in place, engage the surface finish around the door.
Interior door can be laid in conventional brick. First you need to dismantle the door and the door frame. Then make the solution. The method of installation can be used by anyone. It remains only to smooth the surface and make the finish.

Advice 2: What is Suite

Adjoining rooms are called premises, which have one common wall. Thus in one of the rooms can be reached only and exclusively from the other. This is not the best type of plan.
What is Suite

Features interconnecting rooms

Thus, from conventional corridor is a passage in one of the two rooms. Her internal door leads to the second. In principle, such a system can have more than two rooms. If the entrance to each room is in the previous, such a structure is called a Suite.

Rooms are isolated, if they have a separate exit to the corridor, and connecting passages between them are absent. Very often you can find announcements about the sale of apartments with interconnecting rooms, they are generally viewed as not the most pleasant option for choosing an apartment, so can significantly reduce the price of housing.

Suite you can often find in old houses and in new buildings such layout is not common. Suite, therefore, can only be found on the secondary housing market.

This type of plan can be found in some of the "Khrushchev", "Stalin" and Brezhnev's nine-storey buildings. It is widely believed that housing interconnecting rooms and not enough comfort and intimacy, so they only fit a single. In principle, this statement is far from the truth. After all, in the hallway (the one that separates the anteroom from the corridor) you fail to make a bedroom or even office, because it will often have to walk.

Pros adjoining rooms

The advantages of the apartments with connecting rooms can be attributed to the low cost of making such housing affordable even for buyers with not the of great prosperity. In addition, the apartment has interconnecting rooms have less "utility" area, because often such housing is no corridor, and hence the living space in relation to square footage is more.
This housing option is well suited to families with children, thanks to the cheapness and the opportunity to observe the child, if he is in an adjacent room. However, children grow up, and the layout remains unchanged, which may lead to certain difficulties in the future.

Currently apartments with connecting rooms are often bought with a view to further redevelopment. This, of course, requires the collection of various documents and permits, but in the end you can get a great spacious room that can be used as a dining room and living room. There are many two-bedroom apartments in older homes in which only two of the three rooms are adjoining.
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