Precast concrete is a kind of concrete that is manufactured in a controlled environment under specific conditions. The process involves a wet-cast method and precast form concrete materials including tilt-up panels, slabs and wall panels.
Remember the basements of old days? Many were dark, sometimes outright scary. They felt damp, smelled musty and had steel support beams and exposed pipes running across their length. Reaching to the other end was a real struggle and you had to crawl your way through with a single exposed light bulb mounted on your…
Efflorescence is white-colored crystalline deposit typically found on concrete surfaces. While it most commonly affects concrete masonry, its development can also be experienced in precast concrete—albeit to a lesser extent. Efflorescence on precast concrete can complicate the process of approving the final product as the finish may not match with the earlier approved mock-up samples…
At Mohan’s Precast, we absolutely love precast concrete and firmly believe in its ability to stand up to any challenge. When we say any challenge, we absolutely mean it; even if that challenge may be to go up against the two most common and popular construction materials in the world; steel and wood.
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According to statistics, concrete is the most commonly used construction material in the world. It offers a wide range of opportunities for construction techniques, designs, and innovative applications. It’s also the most versatile and relatively economical building material available in today’s competitive construction industry.
Once you decide that your house needs a new look, you have plenty of options to choose from that can help revamp the exterior of your home. You can change the windows or add some color to the walls. Changing the entrance can have a major impact on the overall aesthetics of your home.
Precast concrete has become a popular choice in the construction industry, with many construction companies choose precast concrete over traditional concrete, and rightly so.
Architectural limestone has been used in the construction industry for centuries. Many artistic masterpieces throughout history have been created with the material.