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Concrete Slab - Port St Lucie Concrete Contractors

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Concrete Slab - Port St Lucie Concrete Contractors

Concrete slabs are an essential part of any construction project. Make sure you get the right one. Poor slabs could lead to problems with the structure later on.

Port St Lucie Concrete Contractors has expertise in concrete slabs. Our team is highly trained and has many years' experience working in the industry of concrete slabs. We're committed to giving you the highest possible service. Our concrete slabs are made with high-quality components that are guaranteed to last a lifetime. Find out more details about our concrete slabs.



What are Concrete slabs?


Concrete slabs can be employed as a structural element for buildings. Concrete slabs are a thick and flat horizontal concrete floor which is often utilized as a roof or floor. In addition concrete slabs are employed to construct the ground flooring of some homes as a support for the foundation, or directly on the ground.



Our Concrete Slab Installation Process


Concrete installations can be difficult when you don't have the experience and skills for them. Port St. Lucie Concrete Contractors follows the strict procedure for installing concrete slabs.


Safety is our paramount concern in all of our concrete projects. Before beginning any project, we ensure that we are equipped with all the necessary safety equipment. Eye protection, long sleeves, long pants, rubber boots gloves, and gloves form part of our safety equipment. These all protect us from concrete splatters, that could affect our overall health and well-being.


The following steps are strictly adhered to as part of the process.


Step 1: Onsite Preparation

We follow the same procedure regardless of whether we are working on a small slab or large project. The preparation of the site is the very first step in all of our projects. To get started, we clear up all garbage and tidy up the site. In the process of preparing the materials should be present on site. We plan for the delivery of the materials before we start the actual work. This helps us complete the work within the deadline we have established.


Step 2: Make Concrete Forms and Reinforce Concrete Slab with Steel

After the site is cleaned and ready, we move on with the installation of concrete forms with wire mesh. Concrete forms are strong barriers that keep concrete mix in place. Concrete forms force wet concrete to take on a particular shape or form. Concrete reinforced with rebar can be used for bigger structures. This ensures stronger concrete surfaces.


Step 3: Mixing Concrete Mix

Concrete trucks are used to speed up the process. It helps ensure concrete materials are mixed properly. Sometimes, we do manual mixing. Concrete mixers are required for most projects.


Step 4: Pouring Concrete

After we have finished mixing concrete, we then pour the concrete slab into our molds. To prevent air pockets, we cautiously pour the concrete mix. The existence of air pockets result from lack of mortar to fill the spaces around the aggregate. As we pour concrete, it is essential that we evenly distribute the mix across the form, not missing any one area.



Port St Lucie Concrete Contractors

1786 SW Bradway Lane Port St. Lucie, Fl 34953

(772) 227-1479


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