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A structural element which is commonly found in modern buildings is known as Concrete Slab. The Horizontal steel slabs which are reinforced with concrete are in most of the cases utilized for the construction of ceilings and floors. These horizontal slabs are of 4-20 inches thick. As opposed to this, the thinner slabs are usually utilized for the paving which is exterior in nature. The thinner slabs are also sometimes referred to as Mud Slabs. Concrete Suppliers will tell you everything that you need to know about these things.
Types of Concrete slabs
Some of the basic types of concrete slabs are as follows
Regular Concrete: The strength of a regular concrete slab can range around 1,400 psi - 5,800 psi. Such kind of a concrete contains a sand, Portland cement and water. The sand is aggregate.
Stamped Concrete Slab: Stamped concrete slab contains pigments along with floor hardeners, the stampers basically develop a pattern over the surface in order to develop the slab resemble stone and other such materials.
Limecrete: In this kind of slab, rather than Portland cement lime is used for the binding purpose. This slab is very highly friendly with the environment.
Concrete Floor vs. Concrete Slab
The edges of concrete slab are developed with 2x8's, 2x4's, 2x6's etc. These kinds of edges are formed when concrete slab is decanted over the gravel pad. As opposed to this, a concrete floor is decanted inside the foundation of a concrete, cement block wall and ICF walls. When estimating the cost of the concrete slab, the first thing which should be done by you is to check with the native building codes. These building codes can provide you some nice guidelines that can be easily followed by you.
These were a few things that you can learn from a proper concrete supplier. They will certainly be able to help you and that is why it is recommended that you contact them.

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