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Performance-based Concrete

Performance-based Concrete

The primary problem with many present specifications for concrete is that they are too prescriptive, and not sufficiently performance-based. The key to improving reinforced concrete durability is to require that as-built structures meet certain critical performance criteria in respect of probable modes of deterioration.

Usage-based Concrete

Usage-based Concrete

Usage-based Concrete is that type of concrete that is used to create the construction materials having a lesser effect on the environment. This version of concrete is made up from the mix of the industrial waste and inorganic polymer. The Usage-based concrete is used in the dam, bridges, buildings, columns, hut and much more.

Decorative Concrete

Decorative Concrete

Concrete designs are one of the hot new trends for concrete patios, concrete floors, entryways, countertops, pool decks and more. From expansive new homes with elaborate concrete driveways to budgeted one-room remodels showcasing a stunning, stained concrete floor, the attraction is continuing to grow concrete for decorating.

Green Concrete

Green Concrete

Concrete which is made from concrete wastes that are eco-friendly are called "Green concrete".  Green Concrete is a term given to concrete that has had extra steps taken in the mix design and placement to ensure a sustainable structure and a long life cycle with a low maintenance surface. e.g. Energy saving.

Overview

Concrete is one of the most durable materials on Earth. Concrete homes are far less likely to suffer damage in the event of a fire and earthquake. Concrete bricks can be reinforced to protect against high winds or earth tremors.

If damage does occur, the structural integrity of the home typically remains intact, allowing for easier rebuilding. Concrete block is unquestionably the most practical home building material. There's no rotting or wall warping. Your home retains its curb appeal and its value - beautifully.

Advantages of Concrete

  • A Concrete is an extremely flexible building material.
  • Columns, archways, and other intricate designs are all easily achieved with the material.
  • 80% or more of the greenhouse gases generated from structures are released through energy produced for their on-going heating and cooling.
  • Since homes and buildings constructed with insulated concrete walls are not subject to large daily temperature fluctuations, owners can lower heating and cooling bills by up to 25%.
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