Do you know the difference between Precast concrete and standard concrete?
Precast concrete is produced by casting concrete in reusable moulds or forms, which are then cured in a controlled environment. It is then transported to the site and lifted into place.
Standard concrete on the other hand, is poured into site-specific forms and cured on site.
It can be difficult at times to construct formwork required to mould concrete components on site as delivering wet concrete before it starts to set requires precise timing.
Manufacturing concrete sections in a factory environment has the advantage that the moulds or forms can be re-used and the concrete can be mixed on the spot without having to be transported for use.
After manufacturing, the complete assemblies are transported to the site and lifted into place. This is a good way to use to erect your walling, as opposed to transporting basic materials to the site where all assembly is carried out.
The time spent on a site using prefab is minimal compared to having everything done on site, and the structure has to dry there. The ideal is to get the walls erected, the site cleaned and you can carry on without a worry as the property will be as neat as before the erection started, with the added bonus of the aesthetic beauty of the walls, and the security they offer.
Why not contact us at Country Wide Walling today for more information, to discuss your requirement or for a free quotation. Our professional consultants will be happy to help you.