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Laying It Down With Old Glory: Dive into laying down the concrete slab for custom home foundations.

Updated: Feb 27

Laying It Down With Old Glory: Dive into the nitty-gritty of laying down the concrete slab for home foundations. Whether you aim to set up a sturdy base for your new shed, a sleek patio for those barbecue weekends, a durable driveway to park your pickup or a foundation for new home construction -> you're in the right spot. 

Breaking Ground: Preparation is Key - Before you even think about mixing concrete, some groundwork must be done (pun intended!). Here's the lowdown on getting the site slab-ready:

  • Clear the Stage: Remove any grass, rocks, or debris. Your future slab demands a clean canvas!

  • Mark Your Territory: Use stakes and string to outline the slab area. Precision now means no headaches later.

  • Compact and Level: A solid slab needs a solid base. Compact the soil evenly to avoid any future wobbling or cracking.

  • Forming and Reinforcing - You should pour concrete with forms and rebar!

  • Frame It Up: Build a wooden form around the perimeter of your excavation. This isn't just about keeping your concrete in place; it's about shaping your slab.

  • Mixing Magic: The right consistency is crucial—if it's too soupy or dry, you'll be in trouble.

  • Pour It Out: Start pouring the concrete into the form evenly. Work quickly but calmly; concrete waits for no one!

  • Smooth Moves: Once the concrete is in, grab your float and start smoothing. This isn't just about aesthetics; it's about ensuring your slab is flat and level.

Old Glory Construction Management is happily serving clients in League City, Seabrook, Galveston County, South East Harris County, contact us to see if we can help you with your kitchen renovation.

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