There are different ways of cupboard construction. I have explained pros and cons of the both cupboards. go through this and choose your option.
constructing with bricks
constructing with wood
constructing with mesh and cement
- Constructing with bricks:
Cost-effective – Usually cupboard will be of the length of 7 feet. Since bricks will cost less than wood, this method will be cost-effective.
Less work – If you are constructing with brick Meastri will construct this. There won’t be any extra charge for this from his side.
Occupies more space and bulky – Since you will be using bricks at least it will come to 4”. You can construct by using half brick even though after plastering it will come to 3”. Second option will be good but it will take some more time of Meastri. Meastri has to construct cupboard in two stretches.
Can use kadapa stone inside – When you are constructing with brick you can use kadapa stone. so that you can save more money. Take thin kadapa stone for this. select the one’s which are of 3/4” inch thick.
- Constructing with wood:
Occupies less space – If you are using wood material you need to use plywood sheets for this. Usually, this will be 3/4” or 1” thick. It will not occupy your room space.
More cost- Since plywood cost Rs 40- Rs 60 so your material cost will go up and carpenter will charge will extra for this option.
More work- Most of the work will get completed after plastering.
The place can be changed – If you make box type cupboard you can move it to one place to another place. These will be best suited to small rooms.
- Constructing with mesh and cement:
Bolts will be left outside to fix wood doors. Look wise it will be nice and it is strong also.