- Concrete Mesh and Reinforcement
- Concrete Shuttering
- Hand Lay Concreting
- Screed Rail Lay Concreting
- Laser Screed Concreting
- Concrete Brush Finish
- Skip Float Finish
- Concrete Powerfloat Finish
- Concrete Dry Shake Topping
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Over 99% of our clients have rated our work 10 out of 10
No reportable accidents in the last 5 years
Durable, economical and virtually maintenance free, we can install your concrete on time and within your budget.
Most concrete floors for external yards are installed in long strip bays of around 5 – 6 metres in width. We install stutters to separate each bay with bays being poured in ‘hit and miss’ sections. Steel reinforcement and joint details can be installed prior to pouring or prepared and dropped into the wet concrete during pouring.
Depending on the layout and budget of a project, concrete may be poured by pump or from the back of the mixer truck. Once poured it is then hand laid using the shutters as level guidance. A laser receiver and even screed rails can be used for tight falls or fall changes. Most yards are laid to SR3, (More information on Floor Tolerance Classes).
External yard concrete flooring is normally brush finished with trowelled margins. The best finish comes when the concrete is powerfloated before brushing operations but this can add costs, and so is budget dependent. A good brush finish will give a lasting textured finish, giving slip resistance and durability. In the ‘olden’ days, yards would be ‘tamped’ finished but this is inconsistent and quality control is almost impossible. A ‘Tamped’ finish offers no more benefit than brushed finish and the method is now frowned upon.
We’ve installed concrete flooring in external yards all across the country. Check out some of our external yard case studies; you’re sure to find a previous job we’ve completed that closely matches your needs.
of installers accredited and certified with CHAS
satisfaction across all external yard concrete projects
of external yards completed on time and to specification
Reportable accidents in 2017 over 100,000 hours worked