How mud house made in Balochistan, In Balochistan mostly the houses and boundary walls are made from mud since soil is a widely available material,
it has been used in construction since prehistoric times.
It can combined with other materials, compressed and/or baked to add strength.
And compare to other building materials Soil an economical material for many applications,
and have low environmental impact both during and after construction.
Earth usually requires some sort of processing for use in construction. It may combine with water to make mud, straw may added, to increase strength.
Have you ever wondered why houses made of mud walls have moderate temperatures, irrespective of the season?
That’s because mud walls are naturally insulated, they providing thermal comfort inside the house.
During soaring summers, the inside temperature will be lower, while in winters, the mud walls will comfort you with their warmth.
Additionally, the pores also allow a cool breeze to enter the house.
“Mud buildings are similar to the human body.
extreme weather conditions
Mud walls, being porous, can breathe, like our skin. This helps in maintaining comfortable indoor temperature, irrespective of extreme weather conditions outside.
These are a ideal for winters and summer as it walls does not get heat up quickly
and when they are heated from inside it the does not cool down easily because it is fireproof,
and its thermal mass helps stabilize indoor temperatures as the walls are about 18 to 24 inches thick.
Mud has other inherent advantages: It is extremely malleable and offers better insulation than steel-and-concrete structures,
it decentralises the construction process because it utilises local material and technology
and thereby obviates the need for a contractor, and it costs much less to maintain mud buildings.
How mud house made in Balochistan A mud house can last fifty years or longer if well-maintained.