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Concrete is one of those materials which are known to have a robust foundation. Concrete in most of the scenarios is highly cost effective and perhaps this is the main reason why the material is widely utilized in the construction industry. In this article we will try to understand the unique dynamics of two widely used types of concrete I.e. Concrete blocks Bathurst Vs. poured concrete

Concrete blocks Bathurst vs. Poured Concrete

Technically poured concrete is much stronger as compared to Concrete blocks Bathurst however concrete block is much cheaper as compared to poured concrete. Since Concrete blocks Bathurst is less strong hence it can seriously retain water and can be vulnerable at times.

If we take strength into consideration then poured concrete easily wins the competition. The advantage which poured concrete offers is that it can be installed in a structure which is monolithic in nature which means that its unit is very strong. In case of concrete block only one block can be placed at a time however making use of the type S mortar can make your concrete block robust however ensure that you place the 4th block cell with rebar and concrete.

Now let’s see some of the basic disadvantages which both these types of concrete have. In case of Concrete blocks Bathurst we have already stated that they can retain water however in the case of poured concrete the biggest disadvantage offered is that if not installed properly then cracks may appear.

Conclusion

There are various other ways as well through which poured concrete and concrete blocks can be compared however the major aspects of this subject has been stated above. The point is that before starting your next project pertaining to construction, do read this article!

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