What Are Precast Concrete Steps?
Precast concrete steps are the main part of concrete products because of their durability, custom size and timely production process. Has more than 100 different size configurations.
Unlike cast-in-place concrete steps, precast concrete steps are manufactured in production plants. These hollow cells are lighter, which makes them less likely to settle, ensuring that the pedals, risers and landings of our stairs are all made up of one piece. This means that there is no seam or gap in the mortar that cement leaks, unlike natural brick or stone steps.
The weight of the precast concrete stairs is evenly distributed on the blocks below each corner, greatly reducing the movement. In rare cases where settling occurs, precast concrete steps can be easily manipulated and reset because of their lighter weight. The application panel on the prefabricated stairs is protected by a 1 1/2" overhang.
Adaptability and flexibility
Over the past 50 years, a large number of standard configurations of precast concrete ladder products have supported the most challenging requirements and applications. Contractors, builders and homeowners in New England continue to make use of precast concrete steps and products.
Precast concrete staircases range in width from 4 to 10 feet and 1 to 7 risers to provide customers with the option to meet their specific requirements. The prefabricated stairs can face bricks and are equipped with 7 or 7.5 inch risers, which can be stacked in an unlimited number of combinations. More importantly, if wider treads are required, they can be placed side by side.
Concrete products continue to lead the industry in establishing concrete steps through quality and customer commitment. Stairs are produced using the best aggregates and cements to produce time-tested precast concrete steps and steps. It also manufactures its own molds and handrails to ensure that each product is uniform and meets the highest standards.