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Concrete Slab - Port St Lucie Concrete Contractors

Nov 14

Concrete Slab - Port St Lucie Concrete Contractors

Concrete slabs are an essential element of every construction job. It is essential that you do it correctly. A slab that is not of good quality could lead to structural problems.

Port St Lucie Concrete Contractors have years of expertise in concrete slabs. Our company has many years of experience and will give you the highest quality service. Quality materials are used to ensure durable products. Find out more about our concrete slabs as you read on.



What is Concrete Slabs?


A concrete slab can be utilized as a structural component to build structures. A concrete slab is a thin, flat, horizontal concrete surface that is utilized for a floor or roof. In addition, concrete slabs are used for the construction of the ground floors of many residential structures as a support for the foundation or directly on the ground.



Our Concrete Slab Installation Process


Concrete slabs can be a challenge if your skills and knowledge are not sufficient for the job. Port St. Lucie Concrete Contractors utilize a strict concrete slab-installation process that is in line with the industry's standards and codes.


Safety is a top priority in all our concrete projects. Before any project is started, we make sure to be equipped with the proper safety equipment. Eye protection and long sleeves, or long pants, rubber boots or gloves, are all essential. All of them protect us from concrete splashes.


We follow these steps as well.


Step 1: Onsite Preparation

The same method is used regardless of whether we're working on a small slab or a huge project. The first step is to prepare the site for any projects we undertake. We clean up and get rid of waste so we can start on a clean slate. In the course of our preparation process we ensure that everything is on site. The delivery of materials is scheduled prior to the actually work can begin. This enables us to start and finish the project in time.


Step 2: Create Concrete Forms and reinforce Concrete Slabs with Steel

Once the area is cleaned, we can put in concrete forms using wire mesh. Concrete forms are solid barriers that keep the concrete mix in place. Concrete forms force wet concrete to take on a particular shape or design. Rebar is used to reinforce concrete structures that are larger. This helps ensure stronger concrete surfaces.


Step 3: Mixing Concrete Mix

A concrete truck is used to speed up the process. This helps to ensure that concrete materials are mixed. Sometimes, we do manual mixing. However, most concrete mixers are needed to finish projects.


Step 4: Pouring Concrete

After mixing concrete, we pour the concrete into the molds. We pour the concrete mix cautiously to avoid creating air pockets. The presence of air pockets results from lack of mortar to fill the gaps around the aggregate. When we pour concrete, we make sure we distribute the mix evenly across the form, never leaving one spot.



Port St Lucie Concrete Contractors

1786 SW Bradway Lane Port St. Lucie, Fl 34953

(772) 227-1479


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