Why use Urban Kwik Floor System?
The old in-situ method of constructing floors in storey buildings is by casting a lot of concrete around tons of iron rods. A lot of timber boards and props, which don’t add any strength to the slab, must be used to support the wet concrete and iron rods. The supports must remain in place for about 21 days while the concrete hardens.
The in-situ process is inconvenient, expensive and time consuming. It involves tedious sourcing, purchasing, transporting and storing of a lot of building materials. The likelihood for some of the materials to get damaged or stolen is very high. The quality of the floor achieved by this process is often sub-standard since strict on-site supervision is very difficult.
The URBAN KWIK FLOOR SYSTEM solves the problems associated with the conventional cast in-situ method for constructing concrete floors.