What did they mean by this?discuss.
>>2547366Americans mog the europoor by buying disposable $400k houses.
>>2547370you beez telling me that they do all that just to make euros mirr? Pretty based
>>2547366How does a house at that stage have an electrical meter installed? Why is the meter pan recessed into the wall? Where's the service pipe?
>>2547434Yikes! Where is this death trap located, India/Brazil?>>2547446>How does a house at that stage have an electrical meter installed? Why is the meter pan recessed into the wall? Where's the service pipe?lmao just add it up whenever youre dan and wrapTM it up noone will care
>>2547825Here in brazil we dont live in houses. Everyone has his own tree
>>2547366My walls get tipped up with the wrap and gable on and racks already built.
>>2547434interlocking corners?WTF, we aren't building a piano here.
>>2547366Structural panel sheathing engineered to resist lateral wind loads from actual weather and seismic forces cause the smug europoor to seethe and tremble inside his dank hovel made of stones piled on top of each other or something like cob which is essentially horse shit if you fed the horse dirt along with hay.
>>2547825>Yikes! Where is this death trap located, India/Brazil?The account is a guy in Belgium, but he may not have fllmed it.
>>2547434And now we see why when there's an earthquake in places like this, hundreds of thousands die while a similar earthquake in stickland kills a couple hundred.
>>2547434>The brick seams line up verticallyAAHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH
>>2547895You can reinforce houses like this by bonding wall framing to the stone from the inside with foam and then stuccoing the outside with thicker wire as a baseWith proper construction and maintenance stone houses can last forever
>>2547366>america figures out how to panelize wattle and daub (OSB) and plaster (drywall)>everyone loses their shitThey're peasant houses, same as it ever was.
>>2547366It was a good method when the wood wasn't porous shit I guess.>>2547434Fucking hell that's horrifying.>>2547895>dirt along with hayThis shit was massively prevalent for attics here until the mid 70s or so. Most of them have been destroyed in favor of something that isn't heaven for rats. House itself was always bricks and reinforced concrete.
>>2547434Look at the curve on that lower wall. you could lean against it and it would totally collapse.
>>2549116>balkan 3rd world has way superior houses than USA no1really makes you think, is USA secretly a 3rd world country that runs memes on the rest of the world to make them mirr?
>>2549116The USA can build 4 or 5 houses in the same time Balkans can build one
>>2549327and if i called a tent a house i could put a whole house up in under ten minutes!
>Wood houses are BAD because....ROCK IS STRONGERWhat type of pea brain shit is this?
>>2549116So concrete is absolutely worthless in tension which basically means that building a balcony like that is a destined accident likely resulting in double failure and death if it's the top that goes. There has to be metal reinforcement along the top side and it has to be significant, concrete doesn't handle minor deflection well. Other than that go Balkans.
>>2549447>So concrete is absolutely worthless in tension which basically means that building a balcony like that is a destined accident likely resulting in double failuredumbass, that is reinforced concrete, do you really think someone would put concrete pillars without steel in them on a house for loading?
>>2547434That cameraman has balls, I would not set foot inside that building.
>>2549447Never once heard of the use of non-reinforced concrete for anything at all.It's just common fucking sense. You people are truly something different.
>>2549952>Never once heard of the use of non-reinforced concrete for anything at all.Really? The Romans built massive structures like arenas and domed temes and aquaducts and bridges from concrete without any rebar at all, beginning at least a century and a half before the birth of Christ.
>>2549363that is not wood, that is wood chips and glue mixed together and starts to melt if it comes into contact with the smallest bit of moisture
>>2549447the Dunning–Kruger effect is strong with this one
>>2549982And they actually last for generations because they don't have iron rusting inside them
>>2549363Think you meant to say ENGINEERED LUMBER not wood