No builders here, this is the Home Team, working their socks off to keep the ready-mix pliable and get it tamped before the next load. The rolling tamper was new to me – much improved over hitting it with a plank! This pit can be seen in action in "Three JCBs on the Pit with 3 Foragers, 10 Tractors . . ." video last maize season. For the record, this shed has been in use since last March. Filmed in Carmarthenshire, Wales.
You try it! I’ve done it and the fun wears off after the first three loads of mix!
balmesh may i work there
Thank heavens for the roller screed,Alan.Wouldn’t want to screed & tamp that lot with a piece of 4 by 2. really enjoyed this series of vids,big project
great vid Alan lots of hard work needed there!
another great video…
i am loving this series of shed building
Andrew Holland 8º
Ah yes I recognise this from the video you said, looks like some serious money must have been spent here! Screeding is certainly no fun with a bit of wood thats for sure! The roller is a god send!
Nice one, I bet that took quite a few loads.
I think they were all morning at it.
Thanks a lot.
Thanks very much – Jonny? (Get confused with Mark who has similar ID)
Last time I did it was the old 2×4 method, and in the rain! Not the nicest job in the world.
Yes thats right, no worries Alan easily done
don’t think I have seen it done that way but I guess you use what you got
Thanks. As I said, it was finished 6 months ago.
20 years in the business in NYC and never saw that type of power screed. Not a bad concept but unless it vibrates as well I would imagine it wouldn’t be very effective in anything under a 5″ slump.
no reinforcing mesh? thats risky
over the compacted bedding, but it looks like that is also missing. But don’t get me wrong, but it looks like this.
Could have fibres within the concrete that replace the need for re-bar
Jaymin Mccarthy y
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