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Raimon Land COVID-19 Prevention Standard

Raimon Land is committed to the highest level of safety, we provide COVID-19 disinfectant spray to clean sales gallery, show units, interiors and exteriors of our projects (The Estelle, The Lofts Ratchathewi, Tait12) as well as ensuring that our staff wear face mask at all time while they are providing services.

Self-Prevention from COVID-19 Advices

If you are sick..
If you have high fever, cough, runny nose and trouble breathing, stay home and seek medical care attention whereby calling in advance is recommended. This can help prevent spread of virus and other infections and always wear a safe mask and avoid touching it once it’s on.

When at eating places..
  1. Wash your hands frequently and avoid touching your eyes, nose and mouth because your hands can pick up virus and transfer it to your body.
  2. Maintain social-distancing at least 1 meter because people spray small liquid droplets from their nose or mouth when they cough or sneeze which may contain virus.
  3. Avoid sharing utensils use serving spoons and do not double dip .
  4. Do not spit out food on tables and trays, use tissues.
  5. Throw used tissues into trash bins. Do not leave them on trays or tables

Cooler Homes

Summer is around the corner, the day seems longer, the sun is stronger, the heat is hitting up and the humidity leaves you sweaty. Here are some tips to get your home ready for the unbearable heat and to cool your place down without sending your electricity bill through the roof.

  • Home Sunscreen
    No, I’m not talking about SPF, but filtering out the sunlight coming into your place is the easiest approach to fighting the heat. Shade, blinds and curtains are the simple elements for filtering out the sunlight. Blackout shades are an even more effective way of blocking out the glare, and they also naturally insulate the room and keep your place cool. Double curtains allow some natural light to filter in, but the area near the window might still heat up. Putting a row of outdoor plants, such as pine trees or ivy, along the wall on the west side of your place which faces the afternoon sunlight will also helping in reducing the heat conducted through the walls.

  • Create Ventilation
    You can save a lot on your energy bills if you know how to control the air movement. Ceiling fans are the classic heroes for creating airflow - just turn it on to a medium speed and leave a window wide open, and you’ll get a nice breezy effect without adding much to your power bill. In addition, if you have a clerestory window, don’t forget to open it to let the hot air float away.
  • Graceful Glazing
    As most of the undesirable heat comes from windows, investing in double-glazing windows is the best option for controlling temperature and limiting the carbon footprint of your household. There are two types of glazing. Single, high-quality double-glazing windows can keep the heat at bay, provide a sleek and stylish look for your space, and soundproof your place to reduce noise from outside. The other option is secondary glazing, which is a more pocket-friendly option for those that don’t want to replace all the windows. Secondary glazing uses high-quality acrylics, fitted to the window sash, creating double layer with your existing windows. It is not soundproof, but it works efficiently in keeping the heat out.
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Construction Update
the lofts silom

Construction update as of end of March 2020 Overall 98.7%.

Structural Work: 100% Overall Completion.

Architectural & Interior Work: 99.66% Overall Completion.

MEP Work:  99.46% Overall Completion.

Facade Work:  99.97% Overall Completion.

Lift Work: 99.88% Overall Completion.


Construction update as of end of March 2020

Piling work: 28.74% Overall Completion


Construction update as of end of March 2020: Overall 4.08%.

Structural Work: 9.33% Overall Completion.

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Construction update as of end of March 2020: Overall 28.39%.

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