Concrete Shed Slabs

Concrete Shed Slabs

A professionally laid concrete slab is the strongest most durable and low maintenance option for a shed base. It will be solid and stable offering the strongest foundation for any type of vehicle, boat, tools, etc.

Installing a concrete floor is best left to a professional. It will form a major structural component of the building and will significantly effect the appearance and structural integrity of the building if not done correctly.

Robert Wright can offer the correct concrete mix and construction components, required tools, and the technical “know how” needed like correct measuring, steel fixing, footings, forming, pouring and finishing.

Concrete Shed Slabs.

Garage Concrete Base Slab

Garages have many uses and it important to have a smooth, consistency easy care floor in your garage. Let us take the stress away and leave you with a professional finish that will last for decades.

Our workmanship in providing concreting services for carport base slabs gives you the best in durability and convenience.

Concrete is usually the material of choice for carport floor bases. The first thing the homeowner should consider when building a carport, is the concrete slab. Pouring a concrete slab is labour intensive, and can be a lot harder than it looks both in effort and ‘know how’. Concrete dries rather quickly and must be in place and levelled within an hour or so of pouring.

Like every other structure, it is essential that the carport has a strong concrete base. A sturdy concrete foundation that is both level squared off and is consistent throughout automatically provides a structural base that can support the weight of the construction, parked vehicles and passengers in those vehicles. Concrete Shed Slabs.

Gazebo Concrete Base Slab

It is vital that the base for your gazebo is stable, sound, level and squared off.

It is highly likely that if the site is not on firm ground, stable and completely level your installer may not be able to construct the gazebo to a quality standard as the base may be uneven, crooked, have weak points all of which can seriously impact the final outcome.

Compared to other alternatives, constructing a concrete gazebo base slab is a more demanding project.

First, you must excavate the area and construct formwork to contain concrete. After the correct steel mesh is inserted the concrete can then be poured ensuring the steel mesh is raised off the bottom., strike off the excess, level, and trowel a smooth and consistent finish, all within a few hours it takes for concrete to dry. Concrete Shed Slabs.

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Concrete Shed Slabs