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Our Home is Better For you

Better Looks & Design


Factory made doors

More and more, large hotels or residential projects are using factory made doors for better finish and consistent quality. We also recommend using the same.

Japanese aluminium windows

More and more, large hotels or residential projects are using factory made doors for better finish and consistent quality. We also recommend using the same.


Stone finish on manhole covers

The manhole covers for manholes, catch basins and supply traps are finished with the granite used in stilts, giving a better look.

Bathroom accessories of the same brand as main bathroom fittings

We have seen that main chrome bathroom fittings like basin faucet, shower faucet, shower head etc. are of a good brand, but chrome accessories like tissue holder, health faucet, angle valve for geyser etc. are of a local brand. Due to this, over time one can see different impacts of ageing on different chrome finished products. We recommend and use that all chrome finished products in the bathroom should be of the same company.


General purpose and mood lighting

The light colour preferred for general purpose/ reading (white) is different from the light colour for mood (warm white). We provide both the lights to cater to both needs separately.

Shoulders in brick wall

Wherever a door or window is to be installed, we recommend a brick wall shoulder, as far as possible, so that door or window is installed on the wall rather than column. Also, it helps in installing door architraves aesthetically.


Niches in bathrooms

As a standard, we provide for one or two niches on the wall in each bathroom. Niches are convenient to use as they are permanent fixtures and unlike other bathroom accessories, they don’t project out.

Marble skirting flushed with wall

In marble flooring, as a default, we recommend flushing the skirting with the wall, along with a groove between skirting and the plaster. To know more about this click here.


Coping on parapet walls

On the top of the brickwork, there will be a 50 mm thick coping to reduce the cracks on the top of the wall due to the weathering effect. Water accumulates on top of the parapet and plaster-level cracks develop over time on this. Cement coping is more resistant to cracks due to exposure to weather.

Use of mesh on joints before plaster

We recommend putting a mesh on the joints of structure and brickwork, before the plaster. This helps in reducing the cracks that occur over the time due to joint of two different materials.


Grove on joints between structure and brickwork

On an external wall, we recommend making a grove where there is a joint between the structure and brickwork. These two being different materials, cracks can appear over time on these joints. Grooves help in reducing the visibility of these cracks.

8 feet high doors and windows

Higher windows and doors give a more aesthetic look to the home. Taller windows allow for more light flow also making home livelier. 


High parapet wall on mumty

Additionally, we construct a 4.5-inch thick and 1050 mm (from the finished floor) high parapet wall on mumty. This helps in concealing the water tank's view.

Schedule a Meeting With Us

Prithu’s team is passionate about home-building journeys. Schedule a meeting with us to discuss your queries. We’d love to chat with you, with no obligations involved. Let us know whether you prefer an in-person or a video meeting. We’d be happy to assist you. 

 All images shown are the real photographs or renderings of our projects. Prithu Homes has the right to change any information anytime without prior intimation. Please check for the latest applicable details before the signing of the agreement. All features or aspects mentioned may not be part of the standard offering. The renders shown for this project are subject to change as we work on final concepts and drawings.

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