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How to Roof a building

A strong roof provides lasting weather protection. Roof keeps out rain, sun and protects   a building. In cold climate, roof can also provide insulation to a building.

 

This Guide is about  how  to Roof Building.  There are 2 types of roofing, flat and pitched roofs types.

Most roof failures occur at bolted connections that were either inadequately secured at the time of construction or that have since failed due to deterioration. Some roof designers often fail to take into account a number of design factors such as tolerance and factors of safety, and these could result in roof failure.

Other factors that could cause failure in roofs are the effects of wind and fire, poor workmanship, age, poor maintenance, height of the building and the use of cheap and substandard materials.

 

Types of roofing materials

i. corrugated aluminium zinc sheets

ii. aluminium

iii. tiles

iv. slates etc.

 

Corrugated Aluminium Zinc Sheets

It’s the cheapest compared to the others above but it has the disadvantage of rusting after some time but this takes years, the rust level can become so high that it looks unsightly and if it is not changed by this period, leaks start to occur.

Aluminium Roofing Available in different colours, has a very pleasing and distinct appearance, it’s durable, has long span life, no maintenance required, it’s corrosion resistant, it’s not only used for Roofing but also for cladding and flashings. it’s economical to building construction due to it’s light weight, length are tailor made to specifications.

Roofing tiles is another approach to metal roofing, long-span roofing tiles assure years of reliable performance and Classic appearance, a delight to behold.

Roofing Slate -Is unaffected by extremes of temperature and highly resistant to a range of chemicals. It is impermeable to water and therefore is a perfect roofing material. Cost – the longevity of the material ensures it is a cost effective roof covering as the slates will last the lifetime of the building.

 

Required Tools for this Project

 

Air compressor

Air hose

Circular saw

Caulk gun

Chalk line

Extension ladder

Stapler

Straightedge

Roof harness

Utility knife

Tin snips

You’ll also need scaffolding, a roofing nailer and work gloves.

Required Materials for this Project

 

#15 or #30 Felt underlayment

Self-adhesive waterproof underlayment (“ice and water shield”)

Drip edge

Asphalt shingles

Roofing nails

Staples

Hook blades

Sealant

Step and dormer flashing

Vent flashing

Valley flashing

 

 

Roofing, do it yourself?

Step 1 – Plan your Job

Size up your roof to find out how many shingles, tarpaper, and other materials you need. Study your structure and take measurements. Draw out a plan. The plan will help you get a feel for the dimensions of your roof. Make sure your ladder is long enough to stand safely.

Step 2 – Strip your Old Roof

Get your stripping supplies to the roof safely. Place a plastic throw sheet around the edges of your home when roofing a house to catch nails and other items from getting lost in shrubbery or grass. Be sure to wear your gloves and use the stripper to remove the shingles and tar paper. Some people use a chemical to dissolve roof sealant. This will help you get a fresh start on your new roof. If you can get a truck, park it next to your house. Then you will be able to toss the trash into the bed of the truck. Use your stripper to get under the shingles. Ply them up to pop out the nails. Cut the tarpaper off with the stripper. Tear the remaining tarpaper off with your hands. Use a chemical solvent to remove sealants.

Step 3 – Replace or Re-nail your Sheathing
Sheathing is the base of your roof. If you do not plan to put down new sheathing, re-nail the existing sheathing into place. This will insure its durability. Cut out holes in the sheathing where venting will go through.

Step 4 – Install Water Guard
First you put down your ice and water guard for roofing a house. This will help prevent your roof from leaking. It will have an adhesive side. Lay it out over the roof as needed. Make sure there are no gaps in the sealant.

Step 5 – Install Underlayment
The underlayment is your tarpaper. Most roofers use 30-pound tarpaper. They install it with one-inch roofing nails. Sometimes it is okay to use a staple gun. It is generally faster, but not as strong as nails. Apply your underlayment over the entire roof.

Step 6 – Install Flashing
Flashing helps prevent your roof from leaking. It will be applied at any rise in your roof and in corners. Flashing goes around the base of your chimney and other additions in your roof. Cut the flashing to the right size with your tin snips. The middle of your flashing should be in the corner.

Step 7 – Install Shingles

Nail your shingles from one side to the other. Overlay them as necessary and lead them toward the roof’s peak. Lay them out in rows, and then go up a step. Do it until the entire roof is shingled. That is all there is to roofing a house.

 

How to Install Slate Roofing Shingles with Ease

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Slate roofing, when installed correctly, not only adds to the overall appearance of your home, but will hold up to the time of weather and age much longer than average roofing materials will. The average life for slate shingles is well over 100 years, and since the majority of us do not stay in one place longer than that, you will effectively only have to roof your house once while you live there. Of course, these types of shingles take a little more knowledge to install than asphalt shingles do, but the average homeowner can still apply them without having the expense of a professional roofer being hired.

Supplies and Tools You’ll Use:

Slate tiles
Slate cutter
Slate ripper
Chalk line
Drill
Drill bit
Tape measure
Step 1: Mark the Runs
After choosing the type of slate roofing that you want to install, measure the runs that you will use when installing the starter row of tiles, making sure that your measurements are accurate and that your lines are straight. The best way to do this is to use a chalk line with a bright color so that it is easily visible. Depending upon the size and brand of the slate tile manufacturer, these lines may be different, so follow the suggestions given with the roofing materials.
Step 2: Drill the Holes
Before beginning to install the slate tiles they need to have holes drilled in them so that you can secure them down to the roof without the chance of breaking them. Once again, the holes will vary depending upon the tile and manufacturer, so follow the given recommendations.

Step 3: Install Starter Row
Begin installing the starter row from left to right on the roof. Make sure that the edges of the tiles overlap the edges of the building by 1.5 inches which will allow the roofing materials to divert water and snow away from the sides of the house. Make sure that when you nail them down that you use strong copper or stainless steel nails that are meant for roofing applications.

Step 4: Install the Remaining Rows
After the starter row is secured in place, measure 2 inches from the top and mark the entire run with the chalk line. Begin placing the next row, using the chalk line as the bottom edge starting point. Make sure that you stagger the pieces so that the joints to not match the preceding row. Continue all the way to the top of the house, staggering the slate roofing tiles so that it forms the pattern that you want.

Step 5: Install Ridge Cap
After both sides of the roof have been covered with the slate roofing tiles, add the ridge cap along the top of the peak. Remember to use a chalk line to ensure that your runs are straight and pre-drill holes so that you can secure the tiles down.
That is all there is to installing slate roofing tiles easily and quickly without having to hire a professional. It is very similar to applying other types of roofing materials, except for the fact that they are slightly harder to work with, and that they have to be pre-drilled before installing them.

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Posted on: 2017 January 7
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Building a house with a strong Foundation

A house must have a strong base or foundation. The ground under the building has to bear the weight of a house. House Foundations are designed to support the building and to prevent it from moving during natural hazards.

If it is a weak soil, the foundations must be made stronger. If the house has more than one
floor the foundation must also be made stronger.

ARCHITECT

After your Architect have finished designing your building, before you start building your foundation. It is important to do structural analysis. You can also undertake an Unprofesional or DIY (Do it yourself) Survey

GENERAL SURVEY
Before starting a foundation, it is important to investigate the conditions of the soil. To do a general survey, carry out an assessment of  the soil, to avoid encountering problems later. Look out for the presence of large trees, boggy ground, wells or mine shafts  and clay soils, all of which are observable without requiring trial holes.

STRUCTURAL ANALYSIS

After doing a DIY survey,  it is important to ask for a professional ground survey before you start work. Trial holes can be dug around the site so that a view can be taken on the best means of placing the foundations.

An experienced engineer should be consulted in determining the appropriate level for the
foundation if there is uncertainty.

Make sure your structural designer have calculated the amount of weight the building will carry.

The engineer will determines the size of beams and pillars that will help carry that weight.

He/she also determines the number and sizes of rods that will be put into the beams and pillars to strengthen them for carrying the weight.

Identify all the load-bearing walls and the width of the trenches to be excavated.

The depth of excavation is very important. On tricky grounds, you might have to go down 2 metres deep.

DIGGING

Soil for a good foundation that can carry the weight of a house must be well drained so that it is dry and not
waterlogged. Building in waterlogged soil will eventually lead to the house sinking or collapsing in the future.

Digging out the trench

Concrete is laid to a depth of at least 150mm.

Laying the concrete

Blocks are laid up to finished floor level.

Laying the blocks

Install the footings

Seal the footings to protect them from moisture.

Be sure to purchase a high-quality sealer very important.

Once the concrete has cured, use concrete block to create the stem walls if you’re building a basement.

Start with your block wall in the corner of the foundation with “leads,”

Builders can string a line — allowing them to build a plumb and level wall between the two points.

The result is a straight and level wall that’s crucial to keeping all of the basement walls consistent.

Treat your foundation walls with another round of sealer to keep moisture out.

Acrylic-based sealers can be applied immediately after finishing the concrete.

FOUNDATION AND BUILDING FAILURES – QUALITY OF MATERIAL

The quality of material used is a factor in building failure. The choice of building materials, such as sand and
gravel, affect the strength of the building, and care must be taken to choose the best materials. Mixing
good clean ingredients with little water makes strong concrete.

Wrong ingredients seriously weaken concrete.

Strong columns provide strength to the structure.

Ensure to enforce  hollow blocks.

Exposed metal should be painted with rust proof paint to prevent corrosion.

Cross bracing of walls and roof. The walls and roof need bracing against lateral movement.
In order to resist lateral forces, walls and roof structure need cross bracing all levels.

Use broken rock should be used in foundations, not unbroken rounded river stone or rounded seashore stone. River
stone can be used if broken.

Coral sand should never be used in any construction.

Coarse sand should be sieved to remove stones, fine particles and dust.

Mixing of concrete – Ensure adequate cement is added.

Limit water, and use only clean water.

Concrete should stand up when mixed, not flow away due to excessive water.

Do not use any water that is salty. This destroys concrete strength.

If the sand contains stones, reduce the amount of gravel added.

Strong columns provide strength to the building.

Column reinforcement should be 4 vertical bars with hoops holding them together, spaced at approximately the
same as the width of the column. Bars should be anchored in the foundation.

End of hoop steel should be bent 135º into the center of the column.

Column steel must be covered with a minimum of 2cm of concrete all round.

Do not put pipes down the centre of columns.

Hollow block walls should have a reinforcing bar every 80cm which is concreted into the blocks throughout the
height of the wall and is inserted into the floor or foundation when it is cast. It is good practice to fill all
holes in hollow blocks to provide further strengthening to the walls.

FOUNDATION TYPES

Simple Foundations

Engineered Foundations
This is used when dealing with difficult soil. Engineers have to come up with a custom solution that will fixed the soil issues and this is referred to as being ‘engineered’

Piled Foundations

Piled foundations were the perfect solution for this waterside home on the Thames, as they allow the house to move slightly and water to travel underneath should any flooding occur. Piles are driven into the ground and then filled with concrete, and the whole foundation gets topped with a ground beam to build off.

Raft Foundations

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Roofing Sheet Buying Guide – View Prices in Nigeria

Roofing Sheet Buying Guide – View Prices in Nigeria

Aluminium roofing sheets is the preferred choice for many home builders for many reason. Status symbol and its quality. The problem of corrosion and leakage associated with zinc roofing sheets is solved with  aluminium.

Aluminium roofing sheet comes in two categories. There is the long span corrugated aluminium roofing sheet and the step tile aluminium roofing sheet. The unique features of the roofing sheet are its diverse colours, textures and thickness. The common colours are red, blue, yellow, green, chocolate and brown.

There is also the polycarbonate roofing sheet, which experts explain has the ability to withstand any change in environment and temperature.

Unlike zinc roofing sheet which is the common feature of houses in many ancient towns in Nigeria, aluminium sheets have become the new roofing trend in many states in Nigeria. Abuja, Lagos, Portharcourt and the other major big cities.

All the three major types of roofing sheets currently in use in the country have their respective merits. The metal sheet, known as the zinc, is the most common sheet and the oldest still in the market. Apart from its comparable low cost, it is strong and has the ability to withstand heat and weight.

Like zinc, asbestos Roofing Sheet is relatively cheap. But what has endeared it to many home owners is its ability to absorb heat and resist corrosion. However, environmentalists insist it is not environmental friendly. Asbestos is banned in many western countries due to health and environmental issue associated with it

In the case of aluminium long span sheet, its primary benefits include beauty, strength, durability and resistance to rust and corrosion.

But Aluminium Roofing sheet is not cheap, it comes at a high cost.  The cost of fitting Aluminium roofing sheet by experts is also high. After paying that much, you don’t want unskilled  roofing contractor  setting up your Roof.  be warned, If not done properly, homeowners can still experience leakage associated with Zinc roofing sheet.

Although aluminum sheets are the latest in roofing technology, asbestos and zinc are still in high demand by those who cannot afford aluminium.

Performance

The performance of a roof is measured based on its life span and it’s effectiveness to retain their strength, chemical and physical properties, appearance and resistance to all forms of failure.

Roofing Failures

Most roof failures occur at bolted connections that were either inadequately secured at the time of construction or that have since failed due to deterioration. Some roof designers often fail to take into account a number of design factors such as tolerance and factors of safety and these could result in roof failure. Other factors that could cause failure in roofs are the effects of wind and fire, poor workmanship, age, poor maintenance, height of the building and the use of cheap and substandard materials.The consequences of roof failures are usually devastating to the extent that they sometimes claim lives, and valuable property and possessions can be destroyed.

The most common material used for roof trusses is wood. It is relatively cheap and readily available, and easily worked. These qualities give wood trusses an edge over iron for small- to medium-sized buildings but in larger ones such as industrial buildings, steel trusses are used to provide stability against increased wind loads due to the height of these buildings. .

Alminium Roofing are available in  many different colours, has a very pleasing and distinct appearance, it’s durable, has long span life, no maintenance required, it’s corrosion resistant, it’s not only used for Roofing but also for cladding and flashings. it’s economical to building construction due to it’s light weight, length are tailor made to specifications.

Any questions, do get in touch

NIGERIA ROOFING SHEET PRICES -Bulk purchase may attract discount.

 

FOR LATEST PRICES – SPEAK  TO US ON LIVE CHAT 

 

Available Design
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Classic – N

Bond – N

Shingle –  N

Roman – N

Ridge cap – N

B.B.C –  N

fascia board – N

treated nails – N

sealant- N

Available Colours
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Charcoal black

Coffee brown

Chocolate

Bush Green

Wine

Wine with black patches

Black with white patches

Coffee brown with black patches

Available Guage
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0.55mm

0.45mm

 

Aluminum  Long Span per square meter

 0.55 mm thickness  – N

  0.45 mm thickness  – N

 

Aluminium Step Tile – 

Aluminiun Stone Coated

0.45     – N

0.55     – N

Shingle 0.45mm – 

Shingle 0.55M – 

 

Use our Roofing Sheet Calculator App 

 

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FREE DELIVERY within Lekki

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SUPPLIERS

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Tel – 08111000124, 08188983572

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Business address: 2 prince ade odofin street ,sanotedo lekki ajah
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Posted on: 2016 November 21
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Marble Tiles Buying Guide – View Prices in Nigeria

BUYERS GUIDE TO MARBLE TILES AND PRICES IN NIGERIA

Marble is a metamorphic rock that’s been used for thousands of years. Each piece of marble is different — the variety in veining and coloring is often considered its best trait. Marble tile can have an even or less uniform look, depending on the type and quality of marble you purchase. Most high-end marble has a very even color palette with soft veining.
Marble is a natural stone that is formed when limestone is heated and subjected to intense pressure. The crystals in the rock reorganize often creating a denser rock with interesting coloration and veining. Marble can be a softer stone when compared to granite or porcelain tile, but all the same it’s fairly durable. There are some marbles that are as hard as granite, so look for those if you want the most durable flooring. Sand and acidic liquids are marble tile’s biggest enemies. If you can keep these things out of the bathroom, you’ll be able to keep the marble sparkling for years.

Marble tile adds a luxurious finish for the interior of a home. It speaks of class and classic good looks yet is also practical. Marble has a crisp, polished elegance that brings to mind stately buildings. Installing marble tile in a home is smart on many counts but may not be for everyone. 
Learning how to tell marble apart from other stone finishes, give potential buyers a head start on selecting the right tile. Understanding the properties of marble provides a heads-up on the care and maintenance required for marble surfaces.

Marble has been used by master craftsmen throughout the ages to adorn palace floors, ceilings and walls. Although it was once a show of wealth and power, today marble tile is making its way more and more into everyday homes — bathrooms in particular — all over the world.
Marbles are available in big blocks as well as in tile size. Marble comes in many colors, but the most preferred is white as this gives a very rich and sober look. Marble Tiles comes in many shapes and sizes like the huge blocks, after that their finishing is done and a proper shape and size is given to them.

Marble is one of the hottest trends on the market for homeowners. If you want a gorgeous, classical and elegant finish for your floor, marble makes an excellent choice. A marble floor is extremely hard and more durable than tiles. Breaking, chipping and
Marble is very easy to work with. It is a softer stone that can be milled, machined and tumbled, which means it can have multiple uses. For the bathroom, walls, counters and flooring etc

Distinguishing Marble From Other Types of Stone
There are other multicolored stones used in the building world that sometimes look like marble, so it is important to know the differences among the most common of these: travertine, granite, etc

Travertine
Travertine is a type of limestone, which is essentially calcium carbonate. (Limestone is a sedimentary rock, meaning it is formed by layers of mineral deposits over time.) As someone familiar with limestone would expect, travertine is almost always white or off-white to beige or buff in color, and many people like the neutral tones. Travertine is typically quarried near freshwater environments, such as streams and hot springs. This type of stone is porous; it is more plentiful than marble and, therefore, generally less expensive. There are more finish options available with travertine than with marble, even though color options may be minimal. One of the most famous examples of travertine construction is the Colosseum in Rome.
Granite
Granite sometimes has an appearance similar to that of marble, but granite is an entirely different type of rock. Granite is igneous rock, meaning it is formed from molten rock that has cooled and hardened. Most granite can be distinguished from marble appearance-wise in that granite, as its name would imply, has a grainy or speckled look to it. By contrast, marble is veined with fine lines running through it; however, there is some marble that resembles granite, and vice versa. Granite is far harder, more resistant to scratches, acid damage, and burns than marble. Granite is typically white to black or pink, although there are other natural colors, such as blue, which are rarer and more expensive. Mount Rushmore is granite, as is El Escorial in Madrid, one of the world’s largest granite buildings.

Qualities of Marble Tile
The qualities of marble tile should be considered before making a commitment to it as an interior finish. While the benefits are many, there are concerns with any type of purchase. 

Marble tile has many good features, including its durability, hardness, easy cleaning, and beauty.

Durability
One only needs to consider the longevity of ancient rock formations such as Stonehenge or centuries-old marble sculptures to comprehend the durability of stone tile. Even gravestones, which are subjected to harsh weather conditions, last hundreds of years. Of course, all types of stone have different degrees of durability, but a marble tile floor, with proper care, will last indefinitely.
Hardness
For the most part, the hardness of marble is a good thing; however, in a home with many breakables, especially with children or pets, anything dropped or knocked over is as good as gone. Still, hardness equates to a long-lasting material.
Maintenance
Because marble (and most stone) is naturally durable, it requires little daily and weekly maintenance. A good dust mopping every day will take care of dust and dirt, but to many people, daily sweeping or mopping is too much of a chore. Damp mopping can be done as needed or on a regular weekly basis with water or a special stone cleaner. Because marble stains easily, be sure to attend to spills and drips immediately. (Set stains will need to be dealt with by a marble specialist.)
Beauty
Marble is one of the most beautiful stones. Many feel that veined marble looks more graceful and elegant than the crystalline look of granite (or of some granular marble). Polished marble has a lovely sheen and looks simply luxurious.

Types of Marble Tile
Marble tile comes in a wide range of colors, making it an ideal choice for accentuating any type of decor. In addition to the multitude of hues available, the differences in vein patterns and grain distinguish various types of marble from one another. To the untrained eye, it might be difficult to differentiate the types of marble. With so many options to choose from, it’s helpful to do some research so you make the best decision for your renovation project.
Depending on the type of marble used, it can add sophistication to a kitchen or an artistic flair to a foyer. The abundance of marble colors and types available allows you to complement or contrast hues or create distinctive mosaic patterns on floors and walls with this material. No matter which type you decide to install, marble tile adds a timeless visual impact wherever it’s placed.

 some popular marble options:
Carrara marble tile
This is generally white, gray or blue-gray and commonly used in sculpture and building decor. Its veining is more linear and can either be small and fine or soft and feathery, although it can be dramatic. One of the more readily available marble options, Carrara is one of the most commonly used marbles in residences. Since it can have a stark, pristine whiteness, use it in bathrooms to add an airy and clean feel.
Statuary marble tile
A sister stone to Carrara, statuary marble features a uniform background and light gray tones with distinctive and more dramatic veining. Its semi translucent white background gives it a shiny, glossy feel, reflects

Marble flooring maintenance
Once your marble tile is installed, take care of it with regular cleaning. Be sure to avoid using abrasive cleaners. If you can find a neutral pH cleaner, use that. These products can often be found at stores that just sell stone products. You can find them easily if you do an online search.
The trick is to perform regular cleaning and not wait for months before you tackle a cleaning job. If you just do a simple cleaning once a week, you’ll discover it’s not hard to clean the floor.

Cons of Marble Floors
Coldness – In cold climate
Like any stone, marble is good at conducting heat away from the body, so it feels cold when touched or walked on in bare feet. Homeowners need to consider the region in which they live, their climate control system, and their personal comfort level before choosing marble tile for flooring. It may mean always having to wear slippers, which some people are not accustomed to doing. Area rugs may be used, but then again, covering marble with rugs defeats the purpose of using this attractive material.
Chemical Sensitivity
The calcium component of marble is particularly susceptible to etching by acids, such as vinegar, citrus juices, and soft drinks, as well as less obvious acids, such as ketchup, salad dressing, and many other food and household products. Spills from these items can ruin the finish and roughen the texture of marble tile. Marble tile is not an ideal finish for a kitchen floor for this reason. Moreover, chlorine bleach also ruins marble. Special, mild cleaning solutions must be used for marble care.
Scratching
Keeping marble clean is of the utmost importance, as it can become scratched by sand and dirt that are tracked onto it. Most experts recommend not wearing outside footwear on marble tile for this reason; bare feet, socks, or slippers are ideal. There is some debate as to whether sealers prevent scratches or attract the grit that causes scratches, so a decision on this count must be made as well.
Cost
When compared to other tile and finish options, marble is at the higher end of the cost range. The installation adds even more money to the bill. Keep in mind also that while day-to-day cleaning is fairly easy, marble also requires regular professional cleaning and polishing and eventually, resurfacing and resealing.
The main thing to keep in mind is that any material has its downsides, and marble tile is still a highly desirable surface. People who like the look of marble but not some of the negatives may wish to look into modern vinyl flooring that mimics the look of marble, or concrete floors that can be stained to resemble marble.

Where to Install Marble Tile
Marble tile is not just for floors; it can also be used for a backsplash in a kitchen or bathroom, walls, or even deck and patio surfaces.

MARBLE  PRICES – Speak to us about Discount

i. Bluepearl marble  ———–N 18,000 per sqm

ii.  Green pearl marble——–N 18,000  per sqm

iii. White carala marble——-N 15,000  per sqm

iv. Cashmirwhite marble—–N 17,000  per sqm

v. Black galaxy—————–N 15000  per sqm

vi. N2,700 per sm –  classic and bond

vii. N2,850 per sqm –  shingle and milano

 

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Construction Companies in Nigeria

 

 Construction Companies in Nigeria

READ – Greenaira have only  verified the phone numbers of  the list below, use the list at your own discretion.  If you do require a specific service,  do get in touch. We might be able to provide additional information. If you wish to add your business, do get in touch. The list is by no means completed. we will keep updating it regularly.

 

 Example of a verified Business Listing  –   BUSINESS name,  Address  Location Phone number – VERIFIED

  1. Seagle property development company limited 002348052300296  oniru estate, lagos, Nigeria   
  2. WEPOSH LTD +234 706 076 8813 ILORIN,  Nigeria
  3. keyline Homes Ltd  +234 802 809 4999  Agidingbi Ikeja Lagos, Nigeria
  4. Rocelu Services LTD +234 803 312 1785  Lagos, Nigeria – Building&Steel Construction and Civil Engineering Contractor
  5. MACLIMO KONZULTANTZ (NIG) LTD  +234 807 831 3252  Egbeda, Lagos, Nigeria
  6. proland projects ltd  +234 803 559 0007  uyo, Nigeria
  7. Aforg constructions +234 806 742 9192 lagos, Nigeria
  8. Building Management Solutions LTD  2348097019888 abuja, Nigeriam
  9. Newmap Realtors  2347032249777  Lagos, Nigeria
  10. zeramboh +234 805 538 1247 Ilorin,  Nigeria
  11. Omolara Akinbola Property Mgr 08029209042  Lagos, Nigeria
  12. Coyag Nigeria Limited +234 807 277 9698  Lagos,  Nigeria
  13. m.a.s construction Nigeria limited  2348098112747 kaduna, Nigeria
  14. beejayshomeofdecorations  +234 705 644 4350  Lagos,  Nigeria
  15. Bettadayz integrated services limited +234 703 794 5593  Abuja, Nigeria
  16. Olaniran Technical Company +234 813 285 2262  lagos, Nigeria
  17. Anul Engineering +234 803 486 1400  Warri, Nigeria
  18. Durabuilt Construction  2348050698556  F.C.T, Nigeria
  19. Homez 08075459964  Ikosi,  Nigeria
  20. Troy Construction Nigeria  +234 802 338 3590 Lagos,  Nigeria
  21. Solidago construction limited  +234 802 223 2363 Port Harcourt, Nigeria
  22. Adanugo Luxury  +234 803 965 5581  Lagos,  Nigeria
  23. STOBAL CONSTUCTIONS 07085097947 Eti-Osa, Nigeria
  24. Proplan Engineering Ltd. +234 803 704 4888 Abuja, FCT, Nigeria
  25. Property Storey  +234 818 751 5427  Lagos, Nigeria
  26. Nubridge Projects Limited Lagos, Nigeria
  27. Yandy’s home improvement & remodelling 2348132425706 warri,  Nigeria 
  28. BJS Project Solution Limited FCT ABUJA  0803 293 5109
  29. Grand Spaces Architects LTD Kola Suberu Street Lekki Peninsula  0803 722 8773
  30. F&A Ideboghie Association Limited ABUJA  08096611271
  31. Mystical Rose Technologies   46 Wetheral Road Owerri  08032360415
  32. QUCORE LTD 6 Henry Adefope Close, Utako District Abuja   08185515011
  33. Rolat  LTD  Lagos  0703 133 5830
  34. Handyman Constructions Nigeria LTD  8 Trans Amadi Industrial Layout Port Harcourt   07034371231
  35. Titotex MULTIWORKS Nigeria Limited Adelabu Close Ikeja, Lagos 08067121753
  36. Timos Construction Company Abule Egba Lagos 0810 071 4432
  37. Nektagroup     Lekki   0704 612 3111
  38. Maclimo Konzultantz (NIG) LTD 31, Lagos-Abeokuta Expressway, Egbeda,  Lagos 0807 831 3252
  39. Julius Berger Nigeria Plc Phone: +234 9 5233632, 5233279, 5234048Source – Internet

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Building Material Prices in Nigeria

Building Material Prices in Nigeria

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Are you looking for prices of building materials in Nigeria. Below are prices of some building materials. This is a guide not an absolute. This is not a complete list.

Note: Prices might have change

 

Lists of Building Materials in Nigeria in no particular order:

 

 MATERIALS  SIZE FROM ₦ TO ₦ W/SALE ₦
 CEMENTS
 DANGOTE CEMENT 50KG ₦1,500 ₦1,700 ₦1,350
 ELEPHANT CEMENT 50KG ₦1,500 ₦1,650 ₦1,300
 IBETO CEMENT 50KG ₦1,450 ₦1,600 ₦1,300
 ASHAKA CEMENT 50KG ₦1,400 ₦1,600 ₦1,300
 WAPCO CEMENT 50KG ₦1,500 ₦1.700 ₦1,300
 SOKOTO CEMENT  50KG ₦1,500 ₦1,600 ₦1,300
 ASBESTOS CEILING 1SHT ₦180 ₦250 ₦120
 ROOFING TILE – STONE COATED  M2 ₦2,000 ₦2,300 ₦1,800
 ROOFING SHEETS, LONG SPAN
 ALUMINUM ROOFING SHEET NIGERIA 0.35 ₦750 ₦780 ₦650
 ALUMINUM ROOFING SHEET IMPORT 0.35 ₦850 ₦880 ₦720
 ALUMINUM ROOFING SHEET 0.45 ₦1,000 ₦1,050 ₦800
  ALUMINUM ROOFING SHEET 0.55 ₦1,100 ₦1,200 ₦950
BLOCKS
NINE INCHES VIBRATED 1 ₦130 ₦140
SIX INCHES VIBRATED 1 ₦100 ₦129
NINE INCHES HAND MOLD 1 ₦110 ₦120
SIX INCHES HAND MOLD 1 ₦90 ₦110
STEEL RODS
25mm – FULL LENGTH 1 ₦7,000 ₦7,500 ₦120k
20mm – FULL LENGTH 1 ₦4,000 ₦4,200 ₦120k
16mm – FULL LENGTH 1 ₦2,200 ₦2,300 ₦120k
12mm – FULL LENGTH 1 ₦1,200 ₦1,300 ₦120k
10mm – FULL LENGTH 1 ₦1,200 ₦1,250 ₦120k
8mm – FULL LENGTH 1 ₦700 ₦750 ₦ 120k
SAND
SHARP SAND 10T ₦22,000 ₦24,000 ₦20,000
 PLASTER SAND 10T ₦15,000 ₦17,000 ₦13,000
 FILLING SAND 10T ₦7,000 ₦9,000 ₦5,000
CONCRETE
GRANITE 10T ₦40,000 ₦45,000 ₦35,000
WASHED STONE 10T ₦34,000 ₦35,000 ₦28,000
NON WASHED 10T ₦32,000 ₦34,000 ₦27,000
STONE DUST 10T ₦30,000 ₦32,000 ₦25,000
HARD WOODS
2X2 1 ₦200 ₦230 ₦150
2X3 1 ₦280 ₦320 ₦230
2X4 1 ₦400 ₦430 ₦350
2X5 1 ₦500 ₦510 ₦400
2X6 1 ₦680 ₦700 ₦550
3X4 1 ₦680 ₦700 ₦550
SOFT WOOD
2 x 4 x 12 1 ₦280 ₦300 ₦220
2 x 3 x 12 1 ₦180 ₦210 ₦120
1 x 2 x 12 1 ₦550 ₦600 ₦450
RESIN COATED PLYWOOD 18mm ₦6,000 ₦8,500 ₦5,000
WHITE PLYWOOD
1/8 x 8 1 ₦900 ₦1,000 ₦600
¼ x 4 x 8 1 ₦1,500 ₦1,550 ₦1,200
½ x 4 x 8 1 ₦1,800 ₦2,000 ₦1,500
¾ x 4 x 8 1 ₦2,500 ₦2,650 ₦2,000
VENEER PLYWOOD
1/8 x 4 x 8 1 ₦1,500 ₦1,600 ₦1,300
¾ x 48 1 ₦2,300 ₦2,500 ₦2,000
DOORS
FLUSH PLYWOOD DOOR – LOW DENSITY 1 ₦7,000 ₦9,000 ₦5,000
FLUSH PLYWOOD DOOR – HIGH DENSITY 1 ₦10.5K ₦15,000 ₦9,000
METAL SECURITY DOOR – SINGLE 1 ₦20,000 ₦25,000 ₦20,000
METAL SECURITY DOOR – DOUBLE 1 ₦30,000 ₦40,000 ₦30,000
CHINA IMPORTED DOOR – SINGLE 1 ₦16,000 ₦20,000 ₦15,000
CHINA IMPORTED DOOR – DOUBLE 1 ₦25,000 ₦35,000 ₦30,000
TURKEY IMPORTED 1 ₦30,000 ₦35,000 ₦25,000
IMPORTED SECURITY DOOR – DOUBLE 1 ₦60,000 ₦70,000 ₦53,000
LOCAL FURNITURE DOORS 1 ₦7,000 ₦20,000 ₦6,500
CASEMENT WINDOWS
2X2 1 ₦10,000 ₦12,000 ₦9,000
3X3 1 ₦13,000 ₦15,000 ₦10,000
4X4 1 ₦17,000 ₦19,000 ₦15,000
4X5 1 ₦18,000 ₦21,000 ₦16,000
4X6 1 ₦20,000 ₦23,000 ₦18,000
SLIDING WINDOWS WITH NET
2X2 1 ₦5,000 ₦6,000 ₦4,000
3X3 1 ₦6,000 ₦7,000 ₦5,000
4X4 1 ₦10,000 ₦11,000 ₦8,000
4X5 1 ₦11,000 ₦12,000 ₦10,000
4X6 1 ₦12,000 ₦13,000 ₦11,000
VITRIFIED TILES  
30X30 1PACK ₦1,500 ₦1,600 ₦1,300
40X40 1PACK ₦1,600 ₦1750 ₦1,500
30 x 60 1PACK ₦1,700 ₦1,800 ₦1,600
CERAMIC TILES
30 X 30 1PACK ₦1,600 ₦1,800 ₦1,500
WALL TILES
8 X 12 1 ₦750 ₦800 ₦500
25 X 40 1 ₦1,100 ₦1,400 ₦1,000
CABLE WIRES
1.5mm 1 ₦4,000 ₦4,300 ₦3,000
2.5mm 1 ₦6,500 ₦6,900 ₦6,000
4mm 1 ₦9,000 ₦9,500 ₦8,500
6mm 1 ₦12,000 ₦13,800 ₦11,000
16mm 1 ₦33,000 ₦36,800 ₦30,000

 

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LIST OF BUILDING MATERIAL SELLERS IN NIGERIA

LIST OF BUILDING MATERIAL SELLERS IN NIGERIA

READ – Greenaira have only  verified the phone numbers on the  list below, use the list at your own discretion.  If you do require a specific service,  do get in touch. We might be able to provide additional information. If you wish to add your business, do get in touch. The list is by no means completed. we will  keep updating it regularly.

 

 Example of a verified Business Listing  –   BUSINESS name,  Address  Location Phone number – VERIFIED

 

  1. Aped-Chimzy Integrated Service Ltd Km 10, Lekki-Epe Expressway, Alafia,

Lagos, Nigeria    08033276731, 07030855700

 

  1. Ishunor Investment Limited 13, Abudu Street, Ogudu, Lagos 08059288611,

08128344436

 

  1. Rigid Building Systems 470 Akinlaguda Dr, Off Adeniyi Jones Street,

Ikeja, Lagos        07036226643

 

  1. Tower Building Products 9, Oba Akran Avenue, Ikeja, Lagos 08055452590

 

  1. Alucon Building 13 Acme Road, ogba Industrial Estate, Ogba,

Lagos     234 1 470 6666

 

  1. Building Services Products Limited 8 ,Eric Moore Close, Surulere,

Lagos     08023084901

 

  1. Feolab Concept 57, Alimosho Road, Alimosho, Lagos 08055156525, 08120141064

 

  1. Golden Ever Industries Tawa Badru Close, Langbasa Village, Lekki-Ajah,

Lagos     08061175943

 

  1. Saffer-Union West Africa 11, Aromire Avenue, Ikeja, Lagos 07034777003,

08023649637

 

  1. Seidina Aliu 5 & 6 Shop, Adenuga, Badagry, Lagos 08030749360

 

  1. Zitophil Shop 39 ,Agric Coker Market 1st Floor, Ajeromi Ifelodun,

Lagos     08033308774, 07087164249

 

  1. Agilis Technologies Limited 411, Cluster B4, 1004 Estate, Victoria

Island, Lagos, Lagos, Nigeria        08128340439

 

  1. OVERGATE NIGERIA LIMITED SHOP C5-559 DEI DEI INTERNATIONAL MARKET,

ABUJA, Abuja, Abuja      08033622519

 

  1. AML 54, Palm Avenue, by Access Bank Plc, , Mushin, Lagos 08028386831

 

  1. Bezaleel Consults Ogidan, Beside Bienvenue Suites Hotel, Km 30,

Lekki-Epe Expressway, Lagos      08136337722

 

  1. Constructserve Integrated Services Limited House B7, Plot 16, All

saints estate, Thera annex, Lekki – epe expressway, Lagos           07038487843

 

  1. Emel Group 10, Ijora Causeway, UBA Building 3rd Floor. Ijora, Lagos,

Apapa, Lagos     08064051139

 

  1. Square Consort 18 Bayo Ajayi off Jobi Fele Way Alausa, Ikeja,

Lagos     08055853479

 

19. STEEPLUM GLASS Plot 12, Block V, Ogudu PhaseII GRA., Ojota, Lagos

08028639307

 

20. CHERISH GLOBAL CONCEPTS NO 6, MOSHALASHI CLOSE, ORILE IGANMU, LAGOS,

Lagos, Lagos       08024683256

 

21. Eyesight Fabricators Km 37 Lekki Epe Expressway, Lagos, Lagos 08091701522

 

 22. PRAISE CITY GLOBAL SERVICES LIMITED PLOT MF2 ARMY ESTATE KUBWA ABUJA,

Abuja, Abuja      08092198249

 

23. Resource Team Company 13 Okesuna Street [by Empire Road] Yaba, Lagos,

Nigeria , Lagos, Lagos     09097626768

 

 

 

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Tips to help you identify Quality/Original Stone Coated Roofing Tiles

Tips to help you identify Quality/Original Stone Coated Roofing 

1. Check the back of the roof tile for manufacturer’s name, distributor’s name and ISO number.  Is fully inscribed at the back of the stone coated roofing tiles.

2. The thickness (gauge) must be 0.55mm

3. The price range should be in the range of quality stones.

4. Ask the distributor to provide the certificate of Dealership/Origin from the manufacturer

5. Two pieces of the stone coated roofing tile make a square meter.

6. Most manufacturers will provide a 30-50 year warranty

7. Metal roofs come in two general styles: vertical panels and interlocking shingles
8. Metal is non-combustible, and so a metal roof will never catch on fire like cedar and some asphalt roofs.

9. Metal roofs will not rot, split, crack, dry-out, chip, warp, leak, unlike all other common roofing materials.

10. Metal is not susceptible to termite or rodent infestation

11. Metal can withstand impact falling objects such as hail, sticks, etc. without any damage to the roof.

12. A metal roof has a cool reflective surface, which reflects solar heat back into the atmosphere, rather than absorbing it inside a home or a building.

13. Usually have a high-quality paint finish

These are guides, source from the internet. You should endeavour to do your homework before buying or trading. I bear no liability.

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