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ARE YOU INVITING CRACKS INTO YOUR HOME THROUGH IMPROPER CURING?

Nobody wants to see cracks in their newly built home. Fractures usually start to develop in the concrete after it sets. However, did you know that Concrete Curing can help you avoid the formation of cracks? Let's see what Curing is and how you can use it to prevent

WHEN TO START ?

As soon as the concrete surface is solid enough to walk on, you should start Curing.

WHAT IS CURING?

Curing is the process of maintaining moisture in the concrete for a fixed period of time, after the concrete has been put in place.

WHEN TO START ?

As soon as the concrete surface is solid enough to walk on, you should start Curing.

HOW IT HELPS

Curing improves the strength and durability of the concrete.

CURING FOR SLABS BY PONDING

Build small sections of 15 mm high boundaries and fill them with water. Refill the water as it gets absorbed by the concrete.

SPRINKLING WATER ON PLASTERED AND BRICK WALLS

Sprinkle water on the walls at regular intervals to ensure the moisture is CURING FOR CONCRETE maintained.

CURING FOR CONCRETE WALLS, BEAMS AND COLUMNS BY WET COVERING

To keep vertical structures soaked in water, cover them with wet jute or gurney bags. Keep spraying them with water to maintain the moisture.

CURING FOR CONCRETE WALLS, BEAMS AND COLUMNS BY WET COVERING

To keep vertical structures soaked in water, cover them with wet jute or gurney bags. Keep spraying them with water to maintain the moisture.

SPRINKLING WATER ON PLASTERED AND BRICK WALLS

Sprinkle water on the walls at regular intervals to ensure the moisture is CURING FOR CONCRETE maintained.

These were a few tips on Curing during your home’s construction to avoid cracks in your home. For more such tips, visit www.ultratechcement.com