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Related KU professor: Torture report’s… Officials tell WIBW-TV that swarms of termites have infested Waters Hall, a historic building that’s home to the Entomology Department. The university is working carefully to fight the termites while protecting the insects used by the department for study and research. With liquid chemicals ruled out, Kansas State has turned to American Pest Management Inc. in Manhattan to install an environmentally friendly anti-termite system. Company vice president Travis Aggson says the system involves putting termite bait stations in the ground to create a protective ring around the building. Aggson says Waters Halls has had a half-dozen termite swarms in the past two years.
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But he says that a simple single self-contained house can go for approximately sh2.5m to sh3m. Kibumba says you may need about 25 bags of cement for such a house if you lay a slab and about 20 bags without a slab to make it up to the ring beam. He adds that one needs around eight iron sheet pieces for a minimal single self-contained house to be complete. Abdu-Wahab Nyanzi takes us in the phases and prices Building materials Nyanzi says one room can take 3,000 bricks and if each one costs sh220 then it will cost you sh660,000. Fine sand one trip costs sh220,000, coarse sand one trip sh220,000. He also says it can take 30 bags of cement and each costs sh28,000, dump proof membrane one roll will cost you sh70,000, gravel one trip at sh200,000. In case you need hard core one trip cost will cost you Shs200,000, hoop iron one roll can cost sh80,000. Roofing Nyanzi says roofing timber can cost you sh500,000, iron sheets will cost you sh300,000 and roofing nails will cost sh20,000 Tools You have to account for tools as well, a hoe costs sh10,000, a spade sh10,000, a wheel barrow sh90,000, a pick axe sh10,000, mortar pans sh6,000 and a panga costs sh10,000. Other things Scaffolding poles Nyanzi says 10 can be enough and each costs sh4,000, nails 3-inch, 5 kilogrammes each at sh4,500, nails of 4-inch the same price and 5-inch are also at the same price. Builders string one roll is enough and it costs sh30,000, anti-termite treatment one item costs sh15,000. Water might cost sh100,000 and lastly you need a store which may cost more than sh50,000. This one room may cost sh4m up to roofing stage.
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