Sai Sruthi Sangamam

Built to Suit Villas

Building your customized dream home/villa @Sangamam on a BUILT-TO-SUIT-BASIS

Everyone has a list of a few common things that they want to have in their life. The one that tops this list is his/her own house. But human beings are ambitious creatures. People don’t want to live in any type of house. They want to live in a luxurious house or a villa. It is not just any Home or Villa, but they represent the lifestyle of the people who live there. Living in a villa is a huge deal for people who buy a new house. Because they are not just entering a new home, but they are fulfilling their dream.

We no longer sell plots; we only sell custom-built villas. As you explore the lifestyle of living in a villa, consider the most crucial factors to consider before constructing a Villa home.

Planning

This is the first and foremost thing that you must look for in a villa if someone tells you that it is luxurious. You don’t want to pay lots of money and buy a poorly designed villa. It just doesn’t make sense. When you are looking at a villa you must see how the villa is planned and why it is done like that.
Does the design make it more comfortable and luxurious or is it just lazy planning? See where every room is and look at how easy it is to go from one place to another in the villa. Look where the kitchen, the living room, and the bathrooms are.
Another important thing you must look out for is ventilation. Make sure that the villa has good ventilation and sunlight for the most part of the day. Apart from that, find out if the villa has rainwater harvesting. This is not only essential and smart but also environmentally friendly.

Spaciousness

A Custom-built Villa must be constructed on a plot that shouldn’t make people feel like there is not enough space. When one enters the villa home, he/she must feel like there is a lot of space inside. You should feel like the place is breathing.

Construction quality

The quality of construction will determine how long the villa is going to last. The lifetime of the villa is totally dependent on the type of material used for its construction and the way the construction plan was executed. If either one of these two things goes wrong, then you will be getting a villa that will not last very long. A good villa community is defined by its standout features that make the living of the residents comfortable and peaceful.
The construction of Villa homes at Sangamam is entrusted to M/s. The Soul Walls is an associate and professionally managed architectural and construction firm with expertise in design and construction, including interiors.

Interested Plot owners can reach out to Ms. Preethi Mauries, Architect & Principal Consultant at The Soul Walls at 9443352336 or email preethi@soulwalls.in, to discuss the design and construction of custom-built villa homes.

Process followed @THE SOUL WALLS for Built-To-Suit Villas / Residential building

The Soul Walls follows meticulous and time-tested processes to bring out the best in terms of durability and finish. Flawless design, thorough execution and usage of quality materials, and adherence to strict deadlines ensure that you can see your dream home taking shape wonderfully!

For your understanding, here is a brief of the workflow processes followed at The Soul Walls!

1. Site Preparation or Leveling

The construction site must be cleaned before the work is executed. This work involves the removal of roots of trees, and debris, and leveling the ground area.

2. Excavation and PCC

The foundation of the building ground is excavated with the help of excavating machines as per the building dimension specified in the drawings.
In this foundation trench, a layer of PCC (Plain cement concrete) is laid in the dug portion before placing the reinforcements for the foundation.

3. Foundation

The building is supported on the foundation is the lowermost part of the building that is in contact with the soil. A building is a load transferred from the superstructure to the soil and needs to be extremely strong to handle the load. After the PCC work foundation reinforcement work is started. The foundation’s bottom level must be checked before concreting it. The remaining space between the foundations is filled with earth.

4. Plinth Beam and Slab

After the foundation work is done ground beam formwork preparation is started and poured with concrete. Over the plinth beam, masonry work is started. And space between the foundation and the plinth beam is filled with soil.

5. Superstructure – Column

The superstructure is the portion above the plinth level of the building. The main component of the superstructure is a column and a beam.

6. Brick Masonry Work

As the column and beam framework is completed masonry work is started with different materials such as bricks, concrete blocks, fly ash bricks, etc. according to the building drawing. Masonry work is done using a cement mortar mix. It is a mixture of cement & sand. During this carefully and as per drawing gaps are laid for doors and windows during the masonry work.

7. The Lintel Over Door Window Gaps

The lintel is constructed on the door and window to support the masonry work over it. After this further masonry work is done.

8. Floor Slab or Roof Structure

Then the formwork is started to construct the slab resting on the column and beam. Over slab formwork, slab reinforcement is placed as per slab detailed drawing.

9. Door Window Framing and Fixations

After that door window frames are fixed at their specified position given in the drawing.

10. Electrical and Plumbing

As we know, buildings are constructed with a clean finish in which electrical and plumbing work is not visible. They are installed in the walls and slabs such that they are concealed and not visible after the finishing work is done. The point and pipe ends are left out such that later they can be finished with the electric fitting and plumbing fixtures.

11. Exterior Finishing

Once this work is completed, external plastering and finishing work is started. Waterproofing is also done to prevent rising dampness in the wall. External cladding can also be done to enhance the elevation of the house.

12. Terrace and Roof Finishing

On top of the slab, waterproofing is done to prevent any leakage in the slab. Generally, grouted tiling is done to prevent the slab from a weathering effect.

13. Internal Finishing

Internal walls are plastered with a smooth finish and flooring is done with tiles. Later on, the walls are painted or textured.

14. Woodwork and Fixture Fittings

By following the above step, almost all construction work is completed, and then furniture work is started. Side by side, electrical fitting, switchboard, and plumbing fittings are complete in the bathrooms and kitchen areas too.

15. Waterproofing

Waterproofing is a method that prevents water from penetrating your house. Waterproofing is very important as it helps keep your house dry. It helps reduce humidity inside the house and thereby protects things inside your house from damage caused due to humidity or water exposure

16. Painting Work

The most essential purpose of house painting is to give our house a long life and adding colors to it is to give our house a beautiful makeover.
The painting work not only adds colors to house walls but protects their house from all stains and dirt and gives their house a long life, however, walls have a way of finding some stains. There are various paint qualities that can be used to protect our house for a long time from stains, mud, sunlight, rain, dirt, etc. from basic paint to high-quality paint which can give our house 5 to 10 years of extra life and an amazing look for exterior and interior as well.

Please check the Master Plan and Contact Us Sai Srushti Sangamam now for the buying best residential plot in and around Hosur! We at The Soul Waslls will help you build your dream home, on time!