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Formwork is a process of creating a temporary mould into which concrete is poured and moulded. In most cases, formwork contractors use timber as a material in creating the formwork. However, it can also be constructed from steel or other materials such as glass, fibre reinforced plastics, aluminium and plywood.
It’s recommended to choose the best type of formwork depending on the scale of your project which a formwork contractor will assist you with. Formwork contractors provide different formwork services depending on the needs of that specific client. For example, a combination of materials such as timber and steel is needed to create a robust concrete mould. Different methods can also be used to create different shapes and designs of formwork.
In addition, there are different types of formwork which most formwork companies offer:
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