Many old parts have literally gone up in smoke. In the past, before the stone house and the refurbishment of wooden houses to houses with a paved facade r , the fire quickly accelerated. It was not about the city to burn down. A more correct question as the residents of the town stood where - when? And how bad is it? Today, the fire is difficult to attach. We can both thank the stone houses for this, but also the extensive refurbishment of the wooden houses that occurred during the 18th century.
The towns in the Middle Ages were filled with wooden cages. They stood tight, tight and food as well as heat was poured through fire. It is easy to note that the combination was fatal. Time after time the fire was loose in the cities. Sometimes the whole city burned down to the ground. The history of London itself is counted in time before and after the great fire. Stockholm has hit a number of times, like many of Sweden's other cities. The problem with the firefighter was ultimately very big, especially as the cities grew for every day.
The enlightenment in the 1700's also provided a better form of settlement. The standard was raised and with the increased standard, the mature fashion also became as functional as beautiful. Stone began to be used as building materials, tiled ovens that did not spread sparks around them became more common, and the windows that were installed were made of two-lens models. A completely new and very practical phenomenon also came into being.
The phenomenon was called, and is called today, revelation. This means that wooden facades are removed from the houses and instead the facade is erected so that the houses look like stone houses. Reversing was also common in timber houses and later on brick houses. For many property owners, revetering was a good investment.
It is said that the reason for so many real estate in the towns and the beautiful country mansions was revamped that a stone-built property was associated with status. But the courage had other reasons. The paved facade could provide a good much better protection against weather and wind. This was because the paved facade was placed on the roof, which gives an insulating air gap between the house itself and the reef.
At the same time, a surface was created that could withstand fire in a completely different way from the wood facades. Putsen also has no ability to carry on the heat, like some other material. By the middle of the 19th century, wooden houses with reefed facade facade were the case, and the courage was far into the 20th century. So for those who chose to rehearse their wooden houses, a big refund was paid in a less expensive heating, better status and not least the risk that the house would fire.
During the 1930s, construction technology was further modernized. The real stone houses became increasingly popular, especially in the construction of larger rental properties. Pouring technology was even more developed, flushing became common and cement use began to be used. Techniques such as plain or structural pads were used on smaller wooden houses with a recessed facade. The pouch was loaded on a special rug or pouch. Even the country's house had revamped facades. Agricultural efficiency and increased margins gave eco to the houses.
Today we look back on a long history of Swedish architecture based on paved facades. What once a thousand years ago began with paved church rooms today has spread all the way to the most modern rental property. Putsen is both aesthetically pleasing and a secure facade that is resistant to moisture, cold as well as fire and is a facade fits everything from large office centers to villas.
The development of punching methods, putties and substrates for the pit has developed steadily, and the journey continues. The pottings used today are, to a large extent, also very flammable in their character.