Building Contractor Secrets: March 2017

## Tuesday, 28 March 2017

### Latest Construction Skills For Every University Graduate

The young man you're seeing is a craftsman.
Today he made over #10,000 just fixing keys to doors in one of the sites I'm managing.

The other day, I met a graduate whom I paid #8,000 for some odd jobs.

And that's how they make their money.

On another site, I have Mr Pedro who has been contracted to handle all tiling jobs for the entire building.

### Updated Method In Calculating the Number Of Roofing Sheets Needed For Your Building

As a client, it is only right that you have some idea on the quantity of materials that would be required for the completion of your building or structure. It is based on this that i have built this blog and today, i am going to make it easy for you to calculate the number of roofing sheets required for your building project.

So How do you calculate the number of Aluminum roofing sheets, Long span roofing sheets required for your building?

## Saturday, 25 March 2017

### How to Calculate The Number Of Blocks Required For 2-Bedroom Apartment Using the Area Method

Here today, i would be teaching us how to Calculate or Estimate the Number of Blocks required for your 2-bedroom bungalow using the area method.

The area Method is usually easy and less stressful compared to other methods

## Sunday, 19 March 2017

### Tiling: What Types And Sizes Of Tiles Do We Have In Nigeria

The use of floor tiles has gradually taken over the former tradition of cement floors or concrete floors used way back in 1990s, Now it would be very important to understand the materials used in making floor tiles as this would help you understand the best one to use

Floor tiles are made from a collection of materials which ranges from clay, stone, quartz, terrazzo and metals. Each of these materials possesses their own unique strength and this makes it easy to know the best area of application.

### Tutorial: How To Calculate The Number Of Tiles Required For a Room PART II

In Respect to your questions on how some parameters were obtained on the Tutorial Post On

For a start, i am going to make you understand that 400 x 400 simply means (400mm x 400mm), now this was converted to meters by dividing the 400 by 1000.