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Balkony

Balkony

Dla wielu Polaków, którzy mieszkają w szarych, smutnych blokach przy zatłoczonych ulicach, balkon to jedyna namiastka ogrodu, na którą mogą sobie pozwolić. Czemu jednak na balkon, czy też taras, decydują się właściciele domków jednorodzinnych?

Balkon i taras

Wydawałoby się, że posiadając własny skrawek zieleni w postaci ogrodu, nie będą czuli już takiej potrzeby. Jest wręcz przeciwnie. Obecnie tarasy wydają się być nieodzowną częścią architektury jednorodzinnej. Równie często spotykamy balkony. Stanowią przedłużenie domu, wychodzące w ogród. Swego rodzaju pokój, którego ściany tworzy roślinność, lub po prostu czyste powietrze.

Budujemy dom - sprzęt budowlany.

Czym właściwie różni się balkon od tarasu? Wielu z nas odpowiedziałoby zapewne, że główna różnica dotyczy wysokości obu tych elementów architektonicznych. Balkon rzeczywiście znajduje się tylko na wyższych kondygnacjach, ale taras wcale nie musi być na parterze. Równie dobrze można go umieścić na pierwszym piętrze, lub nawet na dachu budynku. Wydaje się zatem, że główną różnicą jest w tym wypadku wielkość. Balkon tworzy zazwyczaj niezbyt szeroka płyta, wsparta na szynach lub belkach wystających ze ściany i otoczona balustradą. Taras jest o wiele większy niż balkon. Nie może po prostu wisieć nad ziemią, bez żadnej podpory od spodu. Jeśli jest parterowy, jego podporę stanowi grunt, ale w innych przypadkach powinien opierać się na stropie, lub ostatecznie kolumnach.

Co pokazują raporty z rynku budowlanego?

Niezwykle ważną w przypadku tarasu kwestią jest jego izolacja, przede wszystkim ta wodochronna. Jej prawidłowe wykonanie zabezpiecza pomieszczenia znajdujące się pod tarasem, a także chroni przed odkształceniami i pękaniem nawierzchnię tarasu. W przypadku balkonu izolacja jest równie ważna. Wprawdzie jego architektura sprawia, że ewentualne błędy w jej wykonaniu nie spowodują zalania innych pomieszczeń. Mogą być one jednak przyczyną niszczenia konstrukcji podporowej, co w konsekwencji grozi nawet katastrofą budowlaną. Warto zatem, jeśli ma się zamiar wybudować przy domu taras, lub balkon, zatrudnić najwyższej klasy specjalistów, którzy sprawią, że będzie on nie tylko estetyczny, ale także bezpieczny dla nas i naszych bliskich.

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Wasze komentarze

Bruno
23 Grudzień 2015, 04:07
Short about history:what you seem to omit unsmceentrh is fifty years of communism in Poland. What happend during that time? Entire nobility was wipe out. Why is that important? All you history arguments (valid or not doesn't matters) against Poland are actually arguments against polish nobility. Current polish society is guite flat in terms of social classes and as such do not display any signifact agressive behaviour toward any neighbour. Simply put there are no dukes who would like to add some land to their vast property. ( In fact attributing "nationalism" -> term from XIX century to XVII century issues is simply invalid ).Sorry guys, I don't want to immerse into history discussion. I don't think it is not important. I just get an impression that you assign to it to much importance in terms of current issues...Current issues:unsmceentrh, once again I insist you should put aside any prejudice, and try to look at Poland foreign affairs with clear, rational mind:1.>>"In terms of Poland, I wonder why it plays the same card as the UK in aligning itself more with US interests than the rest of Europe?"a) because current state of Polish army is insufficient in terms of selfdefence.b) because there is no other significant force in NATO.If and when some significant common defense of EU will arise, or if and when state of Polish defence force will be sufficient to selfdefence, then Polish behaviour in NATO will change. Poland current goal is to preserve NATO as a military alliance. It is as simple as that.USA dominant position in NATO vs EU common defence, yes for some it is contradiction. Not easy situation for Polish politics. But you should notice that Poland is one of the countries which actively promotes common defense on EU forum.Yes, Poles to feels that USA politics in last years was to agresive and it wasn't wise to align with that politics that close. But it dosn't mean that NATO should be dissolve. NATO still is good tool for selfdefence and it is good platform for military cooperation in Europe. After all it is only platform now. Poland will welcome that with pleasure EU military force, but there is no such thing now... You should notice that except Russia and Belarus all Polish neighbours are in NATO or in case of Ukraine are in good cooperation with NATO. What does it mean? It means that 4 from 7 neighbours are our allies, 1 is close to ally, 2 are just neighbours. It is the safest situation Poland has in centuries. Idealy 7 from 7 are allies but still current situation is not bad.2.>> "and would be much better served taking advantage of its eastern, Slavic foundation in the EU community"That is the goal of quite a new EU program (promoted by Sweden and Poland) which is called "East partnership"3.>> "Perhaps that is what bothers me about Poland, it constantly tries to block the economic unification of Russia with the rest of Europe, which I think would be a good thing for all involved - even Poland."Give an example of blocking (except energy issues because it is another story). The only case lately was about renew agreement on mutual cooperation between EU and Russia. And the only reason Poland was blocking that for some time was previous ban on Polish food by Russia (most probably because Polish support for honest election in Ukraine). Poland stoped blocking this agreement after Russia started to cooperate. Simple trade issue, not any kind of phobia... You should notice that trade between Poland and Russia is/was (crisis maybe stoped that) growing by quite good rate.3.a) energy issuesIsn't it rational that Poland doesn't want to have monopol in internal energy market? Especially when monopolist is an outside company controled by foreign state? It is quite obvious postulate to diversify energy sources. Gasprom (Russia) is trying to prevent that and it is simple and sufficient reason to block Russian energy state run companies from entering local Polish or broader CEE market as a retail company. As simple as that, not phobia or any "ism". Simple free market issues.
Bruno
23 Grudzień 2015, 04:06
Short about history:what you seem to omit unsmceentrh is fifty years of communism in Poland. What happend during that time? Entire nobility was wipe out. Why is that important? All you history arguments (valid or not doesn't matters) against Poland are actually arguments against polish nobility. Current polish society is guite flat in terms of social classes and as such do not display any signifact agressive behaviour toward any neighbour. Simply put there are no dukes who would like to add some land to their vast property. ( In fact attributing "nationalism" -> term from XIX century to XVII century issues is simply invalid ).Sorry guys, I don't want to immerse into history discussion. I don't think it is not important. I just get an impression that you assign to it to much importance in terms of current issues...Current issues:unsmceentrh, once again I insist you should put aside any prejudice, and try to look at Poland foreign affairs with clear, rational mind:1.>>"In terms of Poland, I wonder why it plays the same card as the UK in aligning itself more with US interests than the rest of Europe?"a) because current state of Polish army is insufficient in terms of selfdefence.b) because there is no other significant force in NATO.If and when some significant common defense of EU will arise, or if and when state of Polish defence force will be sufficient to selfdefence, then Polish behaviour in NATO will change. Poland current goal is to preserve NATO as a military alliance. It is as simple as that.USA dominant position in NATO vs EU common defence, yes for some it is contradiction. Not easy situation for Polish politics. But you should notice that Poland is one of the countries which actively promotes common defense on EU forum.Yes, Poles to feels that USA politics in last years was to agresive and it wasn't wise to align with that politics that close. But it dosn't mean that NATO should be dissolve. NATO still is good tool for selfdefence and it is good platform for military cooperation in Europe. After all it is only platform now. Poland will welcome that with pleasure EU military force, but there is no such thing now... You should notice that except Russia and Belarus all Polish neighbours are in NATO or in case of Ukraine are in good cooperation with NATO. What does it mean? It means that 4 from 7 neighbours are our allies, 1 is close to ally, 2 are just neighbours. It is the safest situation Poland has in centuries. Idealy 7 from 7 are allies but still current situation is not bad.2.>> "and would be much better served taking advantage of its eastern, Slavic foundation in the EU community"That is the goal of quite a new EU program (promoted by Sweden and Poland) which is called "East partnership"3.>> "Perhaps that is what bothers me about Poland, it constantly tries to block the economic unification of Russia with the rest of Europe, which I think would be a good thing for all involved - even Poland."Give an example of blocking (except energy issues because it is another story). The only case lately was about renew agreement on mutual cooperation between EU and Russia. And the only reason Poland was blocking that for some time was previous ban on Polish food by Russia (most probably because Polish support for honest election in Ukraine). Poland stoped blocking this agreement after Russia started to cooperate. Simple trade issue, not any kind of phobia... You should notice that trade between Poland and Russia is/was (crisis maybe stoped that) growing by quite good rate.3.a) energy issuesIsn't it rational that Poland doesn't want to have monopol in internal energy market? Especially when monopolist is an outside company controled by foreign state? It is quite obvious postulate to diversify energy sources. Gasprom (Russia) is trying to prevent that and it is simple and sufficient reason to block Russian energy state run companies from entering local Polish or broader CEE market as a retail company. As simple as that, not phobia or any "ism". Simple free market issues.
Bruno
23 Grudzień 2015, 04:05
Short about history:what you seem to omit unsmceentrh is fifty years of communism in Poland. What happend during that time? Entire nobility was wipe out. Why is that important? All you history arguments (valid or not doesn't matters) against Poland are actually arguments against polish nobility. Current polish society is guite flat in terms of social classes and as such do not display any signifact agressive behaviour toward any neighbour. Simply put there are no dukes who would like to add some land to their vast property. ( In fact attributing "nationalism" -> term from XIX century to XVII century issues is simply invalid ).Sorry guys, I don't want to immerse into history discussion. I don't think it is not important. I just get an impression that you assign to it to much importance in terms of current issues...Current issues:unsmceentrh, once again I insist you should put aside any prejudice, and try to look at Poland foreign affairs with clear, rational mind:1.>>"In terms of Poland, I wonder why it plays the same card as the UK in aligning itself more with US interests than the rest of Europe?"a) because current state of Polish army is insufficient in terms of selfdefence.b) because there is no other significant force in NATO.If and when some significant common defense of EU will arise, or if and when state of Polish defence force will be sufficient to selfdefence, then Polish behaviour in NATO will change. Poland current goal is to preserve NATO as a military alliance. It is as simple as that.USA dominant position in NATO vs EU common defence, yes for some it is contradiction. Not easy situation for Polish politics. But you should notice that Poland is one of the countries which actively promotes common defense on EU forum.Yes, Poles to feels that USA politics in last years was to agresive and it wasn't wise to align with that politics that close. But it dosn't mean that NATO should be dissolve. NATO still is good tool for selfdefence and it is good platform for military cooperation in Europe. After all it is only platform now. Poland will welcome that with pleasure EU military force, but there is no such thing now... You should notice that except Russia and Belarus all Polish neighbours are in NATO or in case of Ukraine are in good cooperation with NATO. What does it mean? It means that 4 from 7 neighbours are our allies, 1 is close to ally, 2 are just neighbours. It is the safest situation Poland has in centuries. Idealy 7 from 7 are allies but still current situation is not bad.2.>> "and would be much better served taking advantage of its eastern, Slavic foundation in the EU community"That is the goal of quite a new EU program (promoted by Sweden and Poland) which is called "East partnership"3.>> "Perhaps that is what bothers me about Poland, it constantly tries to block the economic unification of Russia with the rest of Europe, which I think would be a good thing for all involved - even Poland."Give an example of blocking (except energy issues because it is another story). The only case lately was about renew agreement on mutual cooperation between EU and Russia. And the only reason Poland was blocking that for some time was previous ban on Polish food by Russia (most probably because Polish support for honest election in Ukraine). Poland stoped blocking this agreement after Russia started to cooperate. Simple trade issue, not any kind of phobia... You should notice that trade between Poland and Russia is/was (crisis maybe stoped that) growing by quite good rate.3.a) energy issuesIsn't it rational that Poland doesn't want to have monopol in internal energy market? Especially when monopolist is an outside company controled by foreign state? It is quite obvious postulate to diversify energy sources. Gasprom (Russia) is trying to prevent that and it is simple and sufficient reason to block Russian energy state run companies from entering local Polish or broader CEE market as a retail company. As simple as that, not phobia or any "ism". Simple free market issues.
Xaria
26 Listopad 2014, 01:08
You get a lot of respect from me for writing these helpful arslicet.
Xaria
26 Listopad 2014, 01:07
You get a lot of respect from me for writing these helpful arslicet.
Xaria
26 Listopad 2014, 01:07
You get a lot of respect from me for writing these helpful arslicet.