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Concreting

Domus Construction Firm performs concreting works for private houses and industrial buildings.
Metal roof. Roof installation

Industrial floor

The surface on which tractor equipment, production equipment and raw materials are most often placed. More suitable for premises such as hangars, warehouses, parking lots, factories and car services.

Bitumen sheet roof. Roof installation

ESTRICH technology floors

An economical solution for living rooms, renovating, garages, rooms where it is not planned to place heavy machinery or equipment. Visually, the ESTRICH floor will be the same as the industrial floor.

Bitumen shingles roof. Roof installation

Reinforced concrete traces

Reinforced concrete blocks for foundation foot construction.

Bitumen shingles roof. Roof installation

Ribbon basics

Reinforced concrete structures, which are placed around the entire perimeter of the house under all load-bearing walls. We offer both monolithic and folding tape foundations.

Concreting on your own

Concreting may seem like a simple process, but it is important to prepare well for the job and follow different nuances.

Prepare thoroughly before concreting

Preparatory work is the most important stage of concreting work. It can be said that the quality of the floor will largely depend on the quality of the floor base preparation work. It is important to calculate the required floor load (how heavy the machinery / equipment will be there). On average, the floor needs a 15 cm thick layer of gravel, followed by a 5 cm thick layer of sand - it is important to compact it thoroughly! A layer of thermal insulation and waterproofing, as well as reinforcement mesh must be placed above it. If the space is large, it would be necessary to create deformation joints.

Prepare a quality mixture

It is very important to prepare the correct consistency of the concrete. If you have no previous experience in concreting, we recommend ordering a ready-mix from a concrete manufacturer.

Make sure about the weather

When concreting outdoors, it is very important to ensure that the concreted area does not freeze. The technology allows concreting both in cold weather (with the addition of anti-freeze additives) and in hot weather, but excessively cold or hot weather can interfere with the drying of concrete. The most suitable air temperature is in the range of 10-20 degrees.

Level the floor thoroughly

After laying the concrete, the floor will be uneven. First you need to measure the surface with a laser level, then level the surface using a dedicated device. If not available, the floor can be leveled with plastic guides. It is also possible to use plasterboard profiles. If you want the floor to be shiny and very smooth, it can be sanded. You will find equipment for floor grinding (helicopters) at the most popular construction equipment rental points.

Wait

The concrete floor reaches its maximum rigidity only after 30 days. You can walk on it, but it is advisable not to place heavy machinery or equipment.