Renters of a house Phoenix (years 83/85) recently we had permission from the owners to install a kitchen, but without any instruction. What precautions in this type of construction and with what material?
The installation of a kitchen in a Phoenix house does not require any special precautions, other than those, possibly, suitable for fastenings for heavy loads in doublings. The Phoenix system is a process combining a metal structure on which concrete panels are fixed. The interior fittings (insulation and materials) are identical to those of any traditional building.
The only precaution to take as a tenant (but it is valid for any dwelling), is not to intervene on the load-bearing elements (floors, walls, etc.). The less holes you have to make in the dubbing, walls or structure, the better.
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