Phase 6: Concrete Foundation

Phase 6: Concrete Foundation

Steel rebar is in place ready for the wet cement mix to be poured into place creating the concrete slab floor.
A worker smooths out the colored concrete slab.

Plumbing and underground duct work protrudes through the concrete slab.

The finished colored concrete slab is saw cut with a design created by Gulch Design Group to add a decorative element to our concrete floor. Later these cuts will be filled with a synthetic colored grout. Cut marks are also placed to mitigate inevitable hairline cracks. It is normal for concrete to develop small cracks during the drying and curing process. These cracks are more of a visual disturbance and do not compromise the structural integrity of the home.  Later the cracks will be filled with the synthetic grout to minimize their appearance. Our floor will be polished once framing is complete.

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