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February 2017

What Type of Formwork Does My Construction Project Need?

27 Feb 2017, Posted by F.A. in Concrete Forms

Formwork is no small part of a construction job, involving expenditure of up to 20 to 25% of the cost of the structure. The type of formwork used for a construction project should allow for speed and ease of install while being versatile and durable….

Concrete Forms — Steel vs. Wood

22 Feb 2017, Posted by F.A. in Concrete Forms

Formwork is a necessary part of every concrete forming construction project. In an industry that continues to evolve, it’s a good idea to periodically reevaluate the forms and methods you’re using to determine if they’re the best choice for maximizing company profitability. If you are…

Are Poured Basements Better?

13 Feb 2017, Posted by F.A. in General

When considering how to make basement foundations and walls, it is important to weigh the advantages of a poured concrete wall versus the convenience of a block walls. Contractors should consider more than just ease of build when choosing foundation structures — the longevity and…

How to Prevent Cracking in Poured Walls

06 Feb 2017, Posted by F.A. in Concrete Forms Tips

Many seemingly perfect concrete walls have cracks that show up months, even years later, affecting not just the aesthetics but also the integrity of the wall itself. Concrete can and should be controlled by joints in spite of the fact that cracking is a natural…