Climate, Environment, and Cost impacts are important factors to consider when working in carpentry. Carpenters need to do critical thinking about jobs, plans, and materials for the job. Different environments have different climates. The climate has a very big impact on the cost impact of the job. Climate affects the way a job is constructed in a number of ways. The environment controls the cost and overall construction of the job.
Does area have an affect when constructing a house? While most will say area does not have a big effect or any effect at all of where a house is constructed, area does infact have a big effect actually a huge effect on where you can construct your house. In The United States (U.S) there are areas such as New Orleans, Hawaii, and Alaska that are common to tsunamis. Majority of tsunamis occur to areas bordering the Pacific Ocean, even countries such as Japan tsunamis are common. Areas such as San Francisco, California, and most of the western side of the U.S is prone to earthquakes. Although most earthquakes are in the west TLC says, “about 90 percent of the nation's population lives in areas considered seismically active.” Further, “more than 3,500 earthquakes have been recorded east of the Mississippi River since 1700”("Nature Wages War”). Homes get destroyed by tsunamis, earthquakes, and other natural disasters thats why for years structure has been evolving. Areas such as Japan, China, even California have special buildings made of
a special metal. The special metal is very strong, but also flexible so when an earthquake occurs the buildings will be flexible and movable so they can sway with the vibrations and moving ground.
Now a days everyone is trying to save money someway because the cost of any given object has an impact on your financials. Everyone wants efficiency, the skill, the effectiveness, and the capability of being or working efficient. Can having efficient material save you money? some will argue saying it cost more money buying efficient material compared to the cheaper material. Maybe it is true that the material cost a little more money, but do the math and see how much money can be saved in the long run. spending a little more for an efficient window will not only save you money but will also save the hot or cold air trying to escape your house. Using these energy efficient windows during a time where it is cold outside can stop the heat from escaping, can stop the discomfort you feel when the heat escapes, and can also stop the condensation problems that occur during those cold months. These windows also work vise versa, when it is warm the energy efficient windows will keep in the cold air, stop unwanted heat gain, and save money on the utility bill all year round for years to come.
Other than the energy efficient windows for saving money, a new method was made for also saving money it is called ground insulation. Ground insulation is when you apply insulation...