Basement & Foundation Work
Poured foundation walls can typically be constructed much more quickly than concrete block based foundations,
thus saving both time and money. The complete process of installing concrete forms, pouring the concrete, and
breaking the forms down can take as little as 2 or 3 partial days of work.
Poured concrete foundations are usually 6-10 inches thick and joint-free, unlike concrete block walls.
Consequently they are considered to produce stronger and drier foundation walls, critical for basement walls.
Poured walls also serve other functions, both below ground as well as above ground. Traditional removable forms allow for solid concrete walls with either a brick face or smooth face finish.