In any structural project that involves the laying of concrete, you will need to use formwork while the concrete is setting. Formwork can be permanent or temporary. Whichever type is used, a carpenter is able to assist you with all aspects of formwork. Read on for more.
A carpenter is ideal for designing, building, and dismantling formwork. They are able to design formwork for all kinds of things – walls, slabs, floors, foundations, suspended slabs, columns, and so forth – and source, supply and build the formwork so that it is strong and well able to support the material inside (usually concrete). They are able to work with all kinds of formwork systems (steel, insulated forms, timber) so you can choose the one that you are most comfortable with, or they can recommend a system that is best suited for your type of building project.
A carpenter is useful for formwork on any scale but you need to make sure that they are licensed, qualified, and insured. They should also be experienced with formwork in order to avoid any hassles (in fact, you can actually find formwork carpenters). Ask them to quote on the formwork project and also ask for a completed timeframe for the job (as the formwork will need to be built and then removed once the concrete inside has set).
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