Category: Construction Guide

December 4, 2013 / Construction Guide

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December 3, 2013 / Construction Guide

[social_link type=”facebook” url=”https://www.facebook.com/MaharajatechCop” target=”on” ][/social_link] [social_link type=”twitter” url=”https://twitter.com/Maharajatech” target=”on” ][/social_link] [social_link type=”google” url=”https://plus.google.com/116406721939188676608/posts” target=”on” ][/social_link] [social_link type=”linkedin” url=”http://www.linkedin.com/in/maharajatech” target=”on” ][/social_link] Wood was traditionally considered as one of the most solid construction materials in India since centuries. From Himalayan temples to kings’ palaces in Kerala and mansions in Goa and Gujarat, one can find wooden structures all across the country. And they, irrespective of age, stand firmly in their original beauty.   Himachal Pradesh is a land of thousands of wooden and stone temples scattered throughout the hills and valleys. The ancient temples of Himachal Pradesh are widely known as exemplary specimen of local craftsmanship. In the eastern half of Himachal Pradesh all buildings from folk houses through temples and palaces generally take the structural system of Kath-kuni, making beautiful striped patterns on their walls with alternate white stone and dark brown timber. Many of the smaller temples are made completely…

November 29, 2013 / Construction Guide

[social_link type=”facebook” url=”https://www.facebook.com/MaharajatechCop” target=”on” ][/social_link] [social_link type=”twitter” url=”https://twitter.com/Maharajatech” target=”on” ][/social_link] [social_link type=”google” url=”https://plus.google.com/116406721939188676608/posts” target=”on” ][/social_link] [social_link type=”linkedin” url=”http://www.linkedin.com/in/maharajatech” target=”on” ][/social_link] Cities with developed infrastructure, jungles of glass and concrete buildings leave little time for people to enjoy the beauty of surrounding nature. Leave alone the opportunities to breathefresh air and maintain comfortable and healthyenvironmentforourfamilies.   Many people dream of escape from citytension during the weekends at least. Having a second home in the city outskirts or near the sea side orin the hills is a great opportunity to get refreshed after busyweek and spend greattimewith your family surrounded by nature and peace.   By choosing a wooden house as your second home you give yourself and your family a ticket into a new life. Life full of freshness, calmness, naturaltouch and happy hours spent.   We build Maharaja log homes thinking about your dreams and desires, that is why we…

August 11, 2013 / Construction Guide

Log Homes are very natural and less expensive than other types of homes. Log Home is almost maintenance free and even earthquake proof. As we know trees are renewable resource, log homes comes from rich green pedigree. While building a home with solid logs, we are taking the carbon out of the environment in those logs for complete life of the home. The people who think brick home are more durable than log home? Inform them that log home can last for about 500 years if we built it properly and take correct measures for foundation and the roof. There is still a log home used in Europe built 800 years ago. And a church build with wooden logs in Russia is almost 1,700 years old. The log Homes has many successful stories for bearing a worst weather conditions, even including the Hurricanes Rita and Katrina in 2005. In eastern…