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Precast Concrete Products

CustomFit EZblocks
Tailor your Walls with CustomFit EZblocks. 2’x2’x6′.  
Concrete Slabs
6,5×6,5×0,5ft. (78.75×78.756,25 inch) (200x200x16cm). 0,640cb mts 1.500kg=3.306Lbs
Mid-Size Landscape
24"W x 12"T x 25.75"D

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FAQ of precast concrete blocks

Precast concrete blocks offer several significant advantages. First, their versatility allows them to accommodate a wide variety of architectural designs and structural needs. In addition, its industrialized manufacturing guarantees high quality and precision in the dimensions of the blocks, which facilitates their installation and reduces construction time. Precast concrete blocks are also durable and strong, able to withstand heavy loads and stand the test of time. In addition, they are a sustainable option, since they can be manufactured with recycled materials and their reuse is possible in future constructions.

The useful life of precast concrete blocks can vary depending on several factors, such as the quality of the concrete used, the environment in which they are located, and maintenance care. In general, precast concrete blocks are considered to have a long service life, which can exceed 50 years under normal conditions. However, it is important to note that proper maintenance, such as periodic sealing and repairs in case of damage, can further extend its useful life.

While precast concrete blocks come in a variety of shapes and sizes, it’s important to note that there are practical limitations to their size and weight. These limitations are determined by factors such as the handling and transportation equipment available at the construction site, as well as the handling capabilities of the workers. In addition, blocks that are too large or heavy may require additional structural reinforcement. Therefore, it is advisable to consult with manufacturers or construction experts to determine the optimal sizes and weights to fit the capabilities of the particular project.