An ordinary people's decoration diary, labor and m

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Decoration diary &mdash& mdash; In the process of decoration, labor is always easy to be forgotten, and the budget of labor is often ignored in the decoration budget, resulting in budget overrun. At present, social prices are gradually increasing, and people's labor value is also rising. Therefore, we should make an adequate budget for awesome when decorating. Hard work is usually dirty, tired and hard, so their asking price is measured by how much work they do, not by days. Manual work is generally dominated by handling and smashing walls. Generally, if the owner's floor is relatively high, the price of asking a laborer to carry a bag of cement and sand upstairs is far more than its own value. But now there are elevators on the high floors, which can save some labor, but the price for labor is still higher than the value of the goods themselves. Introduce a way to save money and labor: 1. For multi-storey owners, needless to say, they can directly find someone to carry them. It won't cost much. However, for the owners of the 6th and 7th floors, try to use hoisting. The hoisting with electric moving pulley is also fast. If there is a professional hoisting, the cost is certainly cheaper than directly carrying it, but the hoisting is generally limited to windows. 2. If you are in a high-rise building, it is suggested that when you buy cement or sand, you should tell the merchants to send it to the opening of the building rather than to the outside, because there are several steps in and outside the opening of the high-rise building; Then we go to the accessory market to rent or buy a delivery trolley. Generally, the trolley with two wheels is used in small restaurants. It's not expensive, as Carrefour has it, less than 100 yuan. Of course, after buying it, wipe the wheels and return it to him. It's not tiring to use a cart to make an elevator and send the cement and sand up. It's just to run back and forth several times more, but saving money is the last word. Otherwise, you have to carry a bag of at least 3 or 5 yuan upstairs. If you smash red bricks on the wall, it will cost more. Using a cart can also send the debris and debris behind the wall in your house down

3. Smash the wall. In fact, the walls that can be smashed at present are hollow brick walls, which are easier to smash. You can smash them yourself with a hammer. Maybe someone said, I'm not professional. I'm afraid some places will be smashed. The way to save money is to smash most of the walls with a hammer, leave the edges, and then directly find a laborer to smash the edges, and then clean up the residual soil and garbage. How can you save 100 yuan. When smashing the wall, just pay attention to whether there is a conduit inside. Let the force work smash the wall, mainly smashing the concrete wall with reinforcement. In some places, impact drills have to be used. At present, it costs 100 yuan for the force work to smash a wall and 100 yuan to clean up the residual soil. For manual workers, it's not tiring to smash the wall, and it's more troublesome to clean up the residual soil, pack bags, carry and find a place to dump the residual soil. Therefore, it's recommended that owners who want to save money smash it themselves, and it's more appropriate to look for manual workers. They can also experience the fun of a big hammer by smashing the wall themselves. 4. Delivery. When buying cement, sand and red bricks, you need to deliver them. Try to find a merchant and directly give the merchant some money to help you deliver them, because the merchants all know that delivery. They hire people to deliver goods, which is certainly cheaper than you hire people to deliver goods yourself. Of course, unscrupulous merchants and underworld merchants are excluded. Generally, you can ask the footman in advance how much it costs to send a car of things to your home. For example, when people ask you 50, you tell the merchant that you bought your goods anyway. When you add 30 to you, you send the goods to me, which saves 20. Of course, some businesses say free delivery, so the wool will certainly come out of the sheep




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