Updated: Mar 4
This guide is a materials breakdown per square meter of floor topping and plain cement finish works. All you have to do is to multiply the factors below with your computed total area (in square meter). All in straight-to-the-point calculations.
The link below might help if you are looking for DIY one-story residential construction.
The floor topping depth used in this calculation is set at 50mm.
Check other construction data with the same concept on the links below.
Floor topping are used in mostly residential projects to rectify slant slab-on-grades and to prepare the floor for tiling works. Should you opt to just use plain cement finish, the cheat sheet above should come handy.
These are shared here for the non-technical people to do their own material computation without the need to ask or hire engineers or quantity surveyors.
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