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Want's differences between plinth area,covered area,carpet area and builtup area

About: Plinth area,covered area,carpet area

02 Jan '09 09:09 am
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Well if you have a land piece of say 200 square yards in which you have erected a house in the say 150 sq yards.Now, 150 sq yards is your built up area.Carpet area is the difference between the built up area and the area occupied by the walls ie
built up area - area occupied by the walls
Answered by pavan kumar, 02 Jan '09 09:22 am

 
  
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Before u construct a house, if it is not leveled, then u first have to level it-- on which u start building house is plinth area
covered area--- which will be covered by slab--- it includes area below stairs, and spaces between walls, etc-
carpet area--- actually it is useful area-- which can be used--- so u can put carpet--- say total hall area minus wall thickness, and door
Built up area includes carpet area and other walls etc, Bathroom etc.

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Suhas
Answered by suhas thavare, 02 Jan '09 10:49 am

 
  
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Plinth area : area including walls thickness,,,,covered area : including projections,,,,,carpet area : inside area usable,,,,and builtup area : area including part of area of common facilities like stair case, varrandah
Answered by dhanendra kumar jain, 02 Jan '09 09:17 am

 
  
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