Definition of Super Structure: That part of the building which is constructed above the ground level is known as super structure. Walls, roof, floor, veranda , doors and windows are examples of Super Structure.
Walls: The structure constructed to enclose an area of a building and is built for privacy purposes, for safety purposes and to support doors and roof of the building is known as wall.
Roof: It is the covering on the uppermost part of a building. A roof protects the building and its contents from the effects of weather.
Veranda: The covered outer portion adjacent to living rooms usually opened from two or three sides is known as wall. It’s purpose is to protect the living rooms from sunlight and heavy direct rain.
Doors: The arrangement made to provide free access to inside and outside of a building and also to the rooms of the building are called doors.
Windows: The arrangement provided to allow entry of air and light inside the rooms of the building are called windows.