Planning for the future includes thinking long-term not only for you and your family, but also for your community and our planet. If you are thinking of building your own home, keep in mind the choices you make will have an impact on the environment.
Whether you’re a homeowner or builder, the start of a new home project is always exciting. You’ve been planning a house and you’re eager to start seeing construction get started. Now. That’s where we come in. Superior Walls precast foundation panels are custom made at
Sponsored by The Concrete Council of Canada DATE AND TIME Wed, 26 April 2017 8:00 AM – 12:30 PM CDT LOCATION Delta Hotels by Marriott Winnipeg 350 St. Mary Avenue Winnipeg, MB R3C 3J2 Register Now! The thermal performance of buildings plays an important and
Can YOU build an energy efficient BASEMENT for your NEW home? If you choose to go with a poured in place concrete basement or ICF, you may be throwing away money in higher-than-necessary long term energy bills.
Building poured-in-place concrete walls during the winter can take a lot longer than it does in summer or warmer weather. Let’s face it, building poured-in-place concrete walls during our Manitoba winters is no fun. Generally, contractors try to avoid pouring concrete foundations in the cold
Years ago, Superior Walls founder Mel Zimmerman started his new precast company after finding a solution to the well-known problems with poured concrete foundations. To highlight the many benefits, we’ve discovered in building with precast concrete, we would focus on its: quality strength versatility sustainability
One of the biggest advantages when choosing a Ready-To-Move (RTM) home is the time you can save. Did You Know? Your new RTM home and the foundation it sits on can be installed in just a couple of days? An average RTM build can be
Superior Walls promises each precast concrete foundation wall meets or exceeds 5000psi in strength. To make sure we adhere to this strict promise, we evaluate each batch of concrete delivered to our Beausejour, Manitoba plant. Our evaluation methods are simple and effective. We form samples
People often ask: “How are your basement walls joined and sealed together?” Our precast concrete foundation walls are bolted together (top and the bottom). The joints are caulked together with a urethane sealant, made by Sika, which is specifically manufactured for our walls. The walls are
Steps To Installing Precast Concrete Foundation Walls 1. The lot is prepared. In Manitoba, this means pouring concrete piles or footings (in this video we use concrete footings). 2. The precast walls are delivered to the site. 3. A crane is used to lift and set the walls in