blind floor


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blind floor

[¦blīnd ′flȯr]
(building construction)

subfloor, blind floor, counterfloor

A rough floor, laid on joists, which serves as a base for the finished floor; is used as a working platform during construction, may act as a structural diaphragm to resist lateral stresses.
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Completed construction works consist of performing insulation of walls and ceilings: - cleaning the old substrate, - fixing with plastic dowels, - dismantling downpipes along with approach placement, - replacing the lightning protection brackets together with its submission, - disassembling and reassembling sockets, lamps, boxes on counters, - disassembly and installation of metal window sills, - disassembly of shelves and coverings, - forging plinths, - disassembly of the blind floor in the attic and its reassembly.
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1 demolition work rupture of the plastic floor, dismantling of wooden blind floors, dismantling floor joists, removal of debris.