Funny thing that. To say that prefab is just so green right now. And here is how. For years now, well, let’s start this over again. Prefab is short for prefabricated. Anyhow, for years now, prefabricated concrete walls have been, oh, such a convenience for property and business owners. To say that they were not green back then would be quite correct. Because in point of fact they never were. For one thing, they were always dull gray. And then there were the materials that were used. To think that industrialists back then had the gall to use asbestos in their concrete mix when preparing concrete walls for you.
Thankfully, that day has come and gone. If they aren’t seeing the misery it has caused so many, their business has been declared downright illegal. Only way for them to stay afloat these days is to simply go green. The thing with concrete fabrications of all kinds, not just walls, is that you can really go green. You can really go to town if you are more familiar with that expression. But the emphasis must remain on prefab. As in prefabricated. Because this becomes a temporary structure. If you will? Depends on you. Depends on your business and life circumstances. The good thing about going in with prefab constructions, and it doesn’t have to be concrete, perhaps even better and more sustainable materials out there for you to use, is that you can erect temporary and/or makeshift constructions.
When you’re done with the location, you can disassemble your construction. And in doing so, not a slab needs to go to waste. You can pack it in neatly, store it away somewhere safe, and when the need arises, you can unpack it and start building again.