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How to check and accept the newly decorated house? Detailed explanation of specific steps of house d

For many laymen who decorate the house, the biggest problem after the house is the acceptance work. Do you know that? In fact, many people don't know the acceptance step very well, and think that they can ignore the rejection, but once there is a problem after the acceptance, there will be a kick ball phenomenon, so the House acceptance work is very important. So how to check and accept the newly decorated house?

1. Look at the wall

I don't know when to start, looking at the walls has become the primary issue of House acceptance. In fact, even the houses built in the 1980s are not as weak as the houses now. I have seen the most serious house. I found water seepage in the windows on rainy days. When I asked, I knew that the walls under all the windows of the whole building were full of water. When the typhoon comes, it's even more frightening. What's more surprising is that this building was built by the land and Resources Bureau of a district. It's really terrible. So, the best way to check this is to go to inspect it the next day after heavy rain before the house is handed over. At this time, if there is a problem with the wall, it is almost impossible to hide. In addition to water seepage, there is also a problem with the wall, that is, whether it cracks. A friend once reported that there was a door-shaped crack in his home. Later, after asking the developer, he knew that it was the elevator freight port left by the construction. Later, when it was sealed, he handled it carelessly and left the trouble behind.

2. Pipeline inspection

The pipe here refers to the drainage / sewage pipe. Even if it's a drain outlet like balcony, when checking and accepting, take a device to hold water in advance, and then pour water into the drain outlet. See if the water is flowing smoothly. Why should we check and accept this? Because during the construction, some workers often steal this worker when cleaning. Pour some cement slag into the drainage pipe to flow away. If the cement is relatively sticky, it will block at the elbow, causing drainage difficulties. There is another situation, but it is not related to acceptance. That is to see if the sewage pipe has a water and odor elbow. According to experience, if the sewage pipe does not have a water and odor elbow, then the overall house quality will have to give 12 points. Why do sewage pipes need this kind of elbow, because the elbow will store water, so the odor from the lower pipes will be blocked under this layer. Without an elbow, the laundry and toilet drains will smell. There may be a development chamber of commerce that thinks it's OK to use the odor proof floor drain. The engineering practice proves that the odor proof floor drain is far from meeting the actual needs. And because of this kind of small place, often can reflect the construction quality of the builder most.

3. Horizon test

In fact, it is difficult for general users to accept this. To check the ground level is to measure the horizontal error between the indoor ground farthest from the door and the ground inside the door. In many cases, it can also reflect the developer's construction quality. As the owner, it is impossible to accept the main structure. Then we can only see the quality from these details. If you are not bothered by the measurement method, then the method is quite simple. Go to the hardware store to buy a small transparent water pipe, about 20 meters long, and then fill it with water. First, draw a sign 0.5m or 1m away from the ground at the door. Then adjust the water level of the water pipe to the height of the sign, and find someone to fix it in this position. Then move the other end of the pipe to the room farthest from the door. Then look at the height of the water pipe, and then make a sign. Then use a ruler to measure the height of the sign from the ground. These two height differences are the level differences of the house. You can also measure the level difference of the whole house by analogy. Generally speaking, if the difference is about 2cm, it is normal and 3cm is acceptable. If you go out of this range, you have to pay attention. I have seen the most serious level difference of 7 cm. After measuring, I thought I was wrong. The above work is a little cumbersome. If you have a friend who has a laser scanner, this problem will be much easier to solve.

4. Waterproof inspection

The waterproof here refers to the waterproof of kitchen and bathroom. Of course, some of the houses delivered at present have already stated in advance that they are not waterproof, which requires decoration. If water proofing has been done at the time of delivery, then we have to verify whether it is done well. If you don't try before the decoration, then when you finish the decoration, you will find water leakage or something, so the maintenance project will be large. You have to tear down a new floor to make a new waterproof layer. The way to check and accept the waterproof is: make a sill with cement mortar to block the door of the toilet, then take a plastic bag to cover the sewage / water outlet, then bind it tightly, and then drain the water in the toilet, which is shallow (about 2cm high). Then about downstairs owners in 24 hours to check the ceiling of their toilet. The main leakage locations are: direct leakage of the floor; the contact between the pipeline and the floor.

5. Water and electricity inspection

First of all, check whether the water and electricity of the house are available. Of course, for some advanced decoration, most of the water and electricity will be replaced later, so sometimes these contents are not critical, but if you don't plan to replace the water and electricity, then these things must be seriously accepted. Check the wire, in addition to see if it is powered on, mainly to see if the wire is in line with the national standard quality. Another is whether the cross-sectional area of the wire meets the requirements. Generally speaking, the wire in the home should not be less than 2.5 square meters, and the air conditioning wire should be more than 4 square meters. Otherwise, when using the air conditioner, it is easy to overheat and become soft. Of course, this is an ideal configuration, most of the civil wires will be one grade worse.