Designer tiles in bath & W.C. up to door height & 4' height above kitchen platform
Concealed copper wiring with modular switches
Concealed plumbing with quality fittings
Powder coated aluminium windows
Main door with decorative shutter with brass fittings
Marble Framing to windows & W.C. Bath Door
Bakelite door shutter for W.C. and Bath
Oil bound distemper for internal painting
Acrylic paint for external walls
A.C. window provision for Master Bedroom
Conventional Hydraulic Elevators : They use an underground cylinder, are quite common for low level buildings with 2-5 floors (sometimes but seldom up to 6-8 floors), and have speeds of up to 200 feet/minute (1 meter/second).
Holeless Hydraulic Elevators : use a pair of above ground cylinders, which makes it practical for environmentally or cost sensitive buildings with 2, 3, or 4 floors.
Roped Hydraulic Elevators : use both above ground cylinders and a rope system, which combines the reliability of inground hydraulic with the versatility of holeless hydraulic, even though they can serve up to 8-12 floors.