Camarillo Concrete Contractor
Nothing can stand firmly without a strong foundation. A good proportion of concrete provides that essential feature to walls, floor, roads, patios, and other civil constructions. A concrete contractor is judged from the mixing of an ideal ingredient of which is cement: sand: aggregate in the ratio of 1: 2: 4. Cement being the costliest of all these three; any short utilization will weaken the concrete and, consequently, the structure standing on it.
Moreover, the Camarillo concrete contractor must have its own strong foundation of a skilled and experienced workforce. Camarillo Concrete and Masonry has several years of experience in executing concrete works, both big and small.
Please contact us at (805) 500-2715 with free estimates for your upcoming concrete works.
Concrete Contractor & ROI
When you have taken a large commercial construction project, your objective is to get an appropriate Return on Investment (ROI). Usually, the gestation period delays are the prime culprit as far as reducing the ROIs are concerned.
A good concrete contractor’s major role is to understand the targeted completion period. It should have suitable lead and lag time in order to accommodate various stages of the project, such as site preparation, leveling, digging, material collection, forming, placing, and finishing. In order to get the desired ROI during the targeted period, you should choose the right concrete contractor.
Responsibilities of Concrete Contractor
In brief, the responsibilities of the concrete contractor involve mixing, pouring, and finishing for the construction jobs. The ancillary jobs are reading blueprints and determining necessary measurements. Besides theoretical knowledge, a concrete contractor should have practical experience in pouring and spreading.
In the best interest of our clients, we most diligently carry on the following responsibilities.
Every construction project has a plan, estimate, and design and detail layout of rooms, halls, or other usable areas. The concrete contractor visits the site determines the shape and size of the structure, color, depth, and also the finish of the concrete. Once all these details are known, the concrete contractor starts the preparation of the site.
The foundation area is earmarked, and all obstructing areas such as trees, shrubs, rock, boulders, and garbage old rejected concrete, embedded logs are cleared off the site. If required, the contractor may use earthmovers. The next step is to level, and a base is laid down. The edges of the base are made smooth so that concrete can fill in perfectly.
Forms made of wood or metal are put in place to stop the concrete from going out. Pre-mixed concrete is poured into the form. The concrete contractor then screeds the top of the concrete, which becomes compact, smooth, and level.
After the completion of surface work, broom finishing is done to create a rough texture. Alternatively, the surface could be stamped, textured, or smoothed. The concrete is cured for twenty-eight days. For better curing, a concrete contractor adds a curing compound that can avoid cracking and surface dislocation.
It is only after the completion of the job of the concrete contractor; work of other contractors associated with the projects could be initiated.