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suspended concrete floors have become popular in uk house construction. they are typically used in situations such as sloping sites, areas where the ground has poor bearing capacity, or there is a likelihood of ground volume change. if the ground water table is high, or there are aggressive chemicals present in the soil, a suspended floor is
no i mean they are suspended where the actual garage floor is open underneath for storage. for instance if you have a house with a full basement and a two car garage at grade. the space that is below the garage which is normally unexcavated is used for storage and has a concrete floor just like the basement and accesses the basement, not the
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speedfloor, the unique suspended concrete flooring system, is an innovation to the building industry so quick and easy to install, speedfloor is a lightweight, cost-effective system that's perfect for multi-storied buildings and parking garages.
if your ground floor timber floors have become infested with insect damage or dry rot you might choose to replace them with concrete floors. however laying a concrete floor to replace your timber floors may not be the end of your troubles if you don’t take care to treat the problem before you lay a concrete slab for your new floor.
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replacing a suspended floor with concrete. there may be several reasons for replacing a suspended floor with concrete. one of the most likely scenarios is when the original floor has suffered from rot or infestation and will have to be replaced.
japan's tsunami-hit towns barren as rebuilding lags. sleeps on sturdy cardboard boxes to insulate herself from the cold floor of 323-square-foot living space. for using local timber to
the rear room has solid concrete flooring. rear room is 20cm below the first two rooms. i would like to lower the middle room floor to level with the rear room floor to make a big kitchen diner. does it make sense to lower/replace the joists put new floorboards and new floor covering? or, am i better of doing a solid concrete flooring?
are there any reasons not to replace a timer suspended floor with concrete? i like to think i'm a competent diy'er, 2 rooms would be done so probably need 15 ton of hardcore, 3 cubic meters of concrete, the underfloor heating won't be cheap i got 200m of pipe for doing some electrics for a friend , about 8 sheets of 100mm insulation and probably just shy of 2 cubic meters of screed.
traditional ground floors have consisted of little more than a few flagstones or bricks placed directly over the soil. the victorian era saw the widespread introduction in mass housing with suspended timber floors, alongside rudimentary solid floors in hard-wearing areas such as kitchens and hallways. this combination persisted well into the 1930s, with solid concrete…