Concrete slabs are used to provide excellent thermal comfort and other lifestyle advantages when installed in buildings. They come in many forms and can be placed on-ground, suspended or even a mix of both. They can also be insulated underneath or on the edges of structures. When looking to lay a small slab at home or as a garden path, you can easily build your own concrete structure over a weekend. For larger jobs, it is recommended to call a concrete slab contractor.
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The installation cost of concrete slabs is calculated by square metre. Concrete slab cost per square metre may range from $75 to $110, but this may vary depending on a few factors listed below:
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