Frequently asked concreting questions

Got a question for the Griffiths Concrete & Construction team? Browse through our frequently asked questions below to find some of the answers you might be looking for. Contact our team today for more information.

There’s no hard or fast rule for this, as different types of concreting can dry faster than others. But we generally suggest waiting at least 24 hours before walking on new concrete and 7 days before driving on it. At the completion of the job we will be able to give you a more specific timeframe.

In most cases, no. There are a number of factors to consider when pouring a concrete slab, including the type of shed, what’s going on the concrete, the type of soil and where it’s located. The Griffiths team will provide a comprehensive quote upon inspecting your property and will explain what is best for your situation.

No. We also provide a selection of concrete blocks and bricks to use. These can be coloured or decorated to provide a more colourful appearance.

Of course! Although civil earthworks are the most common, our team is more than happy to provide a comprehensive earthworks service to all residential or commercial projects throughout Toowoomba.

There are benefits to both, but our preference is always natural. Natural stone looks fantastic and often has a higher resistance to wear and tear, and staining. Of course, it always comes down to your personal preference and budget.