barn. Sunday , October 29th , 2017 - 22:08:38 PM
A concrete slab is pretty straight forward to build, just remember to prepare the ground under the slab by installing compacted fill like crushed gravel or road base before pouring the concrete. This will provide a stable base that does not hold water which will provide a longer life for your shed floor.
The two most common foundations used are the skid foundation and the concrete foundation. A concrete foundation will be permanent, unlike the skid, choose the location wisely. Begin by clearing out and leveling the area.
Wait and Watch The Surface Bleeding: As the concrete starts to set up it will "bleed". This means that moisture will come to the surface and puddle. It is important to stay off the concrete until this bleeding stops. Problems such as crazing, dusting, blistering or de-lamination are more likely if the concrete surface is worked before the bleeding stops. The waiting period varies depending on the air temperature, wind, surface under the concrete and the mix of concrete. The NRMCA states that the concrete will be ready to be worked if the footprint of a person sinks 1/8" to 1/4".
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