When I started building my own home, I had my architect design my plans, it was clear that we needed to really get the concrete beams that were going to make up my foundations, right to start with. I knew that if I messed up the block and beam flooring to start with, then the rest of the house wasn’t going to be right either.
Block and beam floor and concrete fence panels
Establishing a perimeter to my property was up there on the initial things to do too. My home is bordered by another building that uses concrete fence panels as their fencing, which doesn’t always look the most attractive it must be said. Because of this it was important to me that I found something fairly suitable that would blend with the environment and really work with the surroundings and perhaps make the concrete fence panels a bit less unsightly.
As luck would have it, I was able to find some contractors that had a lot of experience with working with concrete beams and installing block and beam floors. After many interesting conversations with the workers as to how we would manage to get concrete beams on the property due to some issues that we would have with access…we were done!