Because of the high level of demand, cement prices have risen sharply recently. A ton of concrete used to cost 550 Ksh, but that's now up to 650 Ksh. It became incredibly expensive to construct a permanent dwelling after this development.
A remedy to this problem, on the other hand, is right around the corner. The solution is to build with nested bricks. It's clear that using interlocking bricks is the only viable solution to this problem. Masons can save time and money by using less cement grout because of the joints in the brick. These blocks can be used to build walls for a fraction of the cost of more expensive materials.
They're also less expensive to work with than traditional stone. A wall, a divider, or even a door or window frame can be constructed from blocks, whether it be inside or outside. A unique mold can be used to manufacture twin bricks from the interlocking block maker. These bricks have bevelled or bevelled edges for improved aesthetics and better handling and are nearly twice the size of a conventional brick.
Due to the bevelled edges that interlock, Paired Brick may be used on walls of any thickness and is ideal for both interior and exterior construction.
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