Why precast concrete
Precast concrete products can withstand the most extreme weather conditions and will hold up for many decades of constant usage
Precast concrete building components and site amenities are used architecturally as bollard , columns, coping, domes ,fireplace mantels, Gulley, paving slabs, pier caps, cladding, trim products, water channels, accessories and curtain walls. Structural applications of precast concrete include foundations, beams, floors, walls and other structural components
Reinforcing concrete with steel improves strength and durability. On its own, concrete has good compressive strength, but lacks tension and shear strength and can be subject to cracking when bearing loads for long periods of time. Steel offers high tension and shear strength to make up for what concrete lacks. Steel behaves similarly to concrete in changing environments, which means it will shrink and expand with concrete, helping avoid cracking.
Rebar is the most common form of concrete reinforcement. It is typically made from steel, manufactured with ribbing to bond with concrete as it cures. Rebar is versatile enough to be bent or assembled to support the shape of any concrete structure. Carbon steel is the most common rebar material. However, please take note that our standard prices are based on carbon steel but stainless steel, galvanized steel, and epoxy coatings can can be used but this will add to the price.