For the longer life of your AC unit in Pembroke Park, Concrete AC Pad from Atlantic Coast Precast is what you need. You may begin the planning process once you've determined the type and size of AC unit you want to install in your home or business. Consider your precast concrete equipment pad's future foundation design carefully. Whatever the size of your new equipment may be, make sure you choose a superior pad. The thickness of concrete pad foundations must be carefully examined during construction. Engineers, architects, designers, and builders frequently use our concrete AC pads.
Atlantic Coast Precast in Pembroke Park offers the best Concrete AC Pad. Our concrete pad made up of poured concrete is more stable and less prone to sink or migrate over time since it mixes in with the surrounding soil. It may be essential to install poured concrete pads, particularly equipment pads, to meet state and local construction regulations. Before placing the AC unit on the concrete pad, ensure there is room for the electrical conduit. The "stub-up" refers to the area of the pad where the wires emerge. Make that the equipment set's load and control terminal connections are correctly connected to the stub-up position.
Atlantic Coast Precast in Pembroke Park has concrete AC pads that are robust and maintenance-free. To avoid standing water under your AC equipment, the landscape should be flat, and any downward slopes should be diverted away from the installation point. You may rest easy knowing your equipment will be built solidly when you turn it over to Atlantic Coast Precast. Please contact our friendly team for further information about our concrete pads. Call us today to learn more from our committed staff and obtain your free quotation.
Precast concrete slabs provide a solid, sturdy foundation for project that requires a solid foundation. The concrete slabs eliminate the risk of uneven mounting surfaces.
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Our concrete slabs are reinforced with grade 60 steel. Monofilament microfiber concrete additive is used in our concrete mix for increased strength
We produce standard and custom designed slabs to meet your specific requirements - with specific hole placement if required. We can also assist you with engineering drawings.