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What are Carpet Area, Built-up Area and Super-Built-up Area?

Written by Posted On Wednesday, 28 December 2016 07:02

These days, finding a home of one's decision has turned out to be both easy & risky due to the wide assortment of choices accessible to look over. Various developers are out there giving you'll that you require in a dream home in terms of construction, infrastructure and substantially more.

In any case, discovering a home that matches your taste is insufficient. Knowing more specialised insights about your future home will keep things in your favour. 

 

Carpet Area

Technically, carpet area is the net usable area measured wall to wall from its inner surface. Thus the thickness of the inner walls is excluded. Carpet area is the actual usable size of the flat/villa minus the thickness of the wall.

This likewise incorporates the washroom and kitchen. Any common areas outside the apartment like staircase, lift, security room, and so on., are avoided from this calculation. 

 

Build-up Area

This is the gross area of the flat which comprises the carpet area as well as the thickness of the walls and the ducts. The build-up area can be 15-25 per more than the carpet area and sometimes known as the plinth area

 

Super Built-up Area

It includes common amenities such as the area of lift shafts, lobby, and corridor, proportionately divided among all flats. The commonly usable areas, such as swimming pool, garden, and clubhouse may also be included in it. In other words, super built-up area is the total saleable area.

 

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