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Precast Concrete Forming Equipment vs Rentals

Written by GJ Stott
 

Concrete forms include any type of mold that uses precast concrete to create a desired product. Such molds come in plastic, metal, paper and rubber options that are designed to meet nearly every need imaginable. This article will discuss the need for(or lack thereof) concrete form rental when creating a solid wall.

Concrete forms include any type of mold that uses precast concrete to create a desired product. Such molds come in plastic, metal, paper and rubber options that are designed to meet nearly every need imaginable.

To ensure you have a solid, long-lasting, high quality, low cost wall, you have determined to use precast concrete. You know it provides longevity as well as natural looks cast into the finalized product. Now you have determined that you are ready to have a wall made and installed.

You have two options: do it yourself or have someone do it for you. If you decide to do it yourself, you will need to learn about concrete and its admixtures, rent a concrete form, transport the concrete form, rent or buy hoisting and lifting equipment, contract with local engineers to ensure your wall is installed correctly and come up with the time and money to complete all of these steps.

By using AFTEC’s Precast Concrete Forming Equipment, a professional licensee will take care of all of these steps for you. AFTEC has been a leader in the concrete form industry and is currently expanding throughout the world. By hiring AFTEC licensees, or StoneTree® companies, you eliminate the need for rentals of any equipment or spend time learning how to use it.

AFTEC Precast Concrete Forming Equipment is used to create privacy fences, sound barrier walls, decorative concrete fences and columns, precast retaining walls and security fences by forming the concrete fence panel and the column as one integral unit. The benefit of this technology – called Combo-Cast™, is that the price significantly decreases due to less time and money spent on installation costs.

To achieve this, the AFTEC Precast Concrete Forming Equipment cast the panel as it attaches to the column. Each column has a slot created in the middle and outer portion that allows the next panel to be easily inserted, making installation simple and quick. Using precast concrete, the finalized wall is solid and decorative.

AFTEC licensees ensure that you do not have to rent, transport or use concrete forms yourself .