Are you thinking about a new Agricultural Building in 2017?
31th January 2017
As the days get longer and we start preparing for Spring, (even if it is still very grey outside!) It’s time to start thinking about the extra space that you will need on your farm this year.
It can be a daunting prospect when deciding on what type of wall you should have in your new building but our friendly team are here to help you make that decision.
Concrete Wall Panels can be used in many different types of agricultural buildings.
If you are thinking of building a new silage pit for example, using pre-stressed concrete wall panels can help you create a long lasting worthy investment for your business. Concrete wall panels are a cost effective approach, guaranteed to stand the test of time.
Our panels have a strong level of sound absorption and provide a smooth surface to your building. Panels are long lasting, durable and will stand the test of time against the heavier demands that have been placed on farms as they have become more modernised.
Our panels can be created to exact specifications and can be created quickly as they are manufactured inside compared to the traditional methods of pouring concrete. They are extremely easy to install as they can be inserted horizontally between steel columns.
Panels are relatively light, and are supplied with all the necessary fixtures and fittings and this means that most farms would have machinery at hand to cope with installation which reduces construction time and costs, however we can also supply an installation service.
Pre-stressed panels are more time efficient and easier to install, no concrete foundation is required as the panels clip straight onto the supporting structure and quite a large shed could be installed in a day. This means that our panels are the most cost effective option in comparison to a block wall, where expensive labour needs to be employed over a considerable period of time.
Give Catreona our panel expert a call today and she can talk you through the different options available to you on 01576 204 367 or e-mail her firstname.lastname@example.org