Whether you want to build or renovate a home, you will have to assemble, move or knock down a partition. To succeed in your work and not to commit an odd number, it is essential to know the partitions, their composition and their role. But a partition can also take another form. Indeed, the movable partitions adapt to your needs and modulate your interior in a jiffy. Do you want to know everything about partitions? The editorial team will reveal their secrets to you!
Why a partition?
The partition has multiple functions. It supports the home, separates the different rooms and creates spaces. The partitions also play on thermal and sound insulation which ensure the comfort of a home. The partitions can finally ensure the privacy of each member of the household or protect against certain inconveniences such as odors in the kitchen. In public buildings, partitions can even protect from fire.
The different types of fixed partitions
In the large family of fixed partitions, we find: - Plasterboards, widely used, which simply consist of plaster and thin layers of cardboard. When they are offered with an alveolar blade between two plates, they are called alveolar plates. - Plaster tiles are popular materials for DIY enthusiasts because they are very easy to install. Whether full or hollow, they fit together and allow you to personalize your interior. - Terracotta bricks are also very common. Inexpensive, they are efficient in terms of insulation and easy to install. - Aerated concrete is used more and more. It is made of materials such as lime, cement and sand. It is the same for the plates in natural materials which are made, most of the time, of celluloses.
A partition can be mobile. Thus, your interior adapts to your needs as to your desires. To create ephemeral spaces, several solutions are available to you. You can for example set up a sliding partition or a removable partition. To reduce costs, it is also possible to opt for a Japanese partition.
Knock down a partition
A partition can take different forms. It can sometimes be slaughtered. Removing a partition is not uncommon during the construction phases, but it must be done while respecting a few rules. It is highly recommended to check the nature of the partition. The load-bearing walls must not be knocked down, it is therefore necessary to seek the advice of an expert. If you are a tenant, you must imperatively ask your landlord for authorization to carry out the work. This authorization must take the form of a written document to limit disputes. Finally, if in doubt, do not get started on your own. Ask a building professional for advice and do not hesitate to delegate the work to a competent company which will also be able to advise you.