A concrete foundation can be suitable for horse barns, pole barns, garages, and driveways. Bed Rock Foundations will work with you to select the proper style for your foundation. The Gibralter, Concrete Pillars, Floating Slab, and Graduated Slab are the types of foundations that we offer to ensure a solid base for your needs.

We have the equipment necessary to quickly and efficiently equip your building, driveway, and much more with a level site and solid concrete floor that will last a lifetime. Having a structure foundation off level will effect the building's integrity. Affects can be seen in such aspects as uneven wall height or a sloping floor. You can be assured we will make it our duty to provide your building with the solid foundation it demands.

Choose Your Style:

The Gibralter

A. Excavation of site
B. Trench 2' x 30" x 36" (below frost line)
C. 2' x 8" depth footer (3500psi concrete pour) reinforced with #4 rebar
D. Cement wall: 8" x 8" x 16" cement block and mortar built up to 6" above grade
E. 4" gravel base for drainage, vapor barrier to eliminate moisture, #4 rebar dialed into the cement wall for maximum strength
F. 4" concrete slab 3500-4000psi

Graduated Slab

A. Excavation of site
B. Trench with 12" to 18" thickened edge
C. 4" gravel base for drainage, vapor barrier to eliminate moisture, #4 rebar for structural integrity
D. 4" concrete slab 3500-4000psi

Floating Slab

A. Excavation of site
B. 4" gravel base for drainage
C. Vapor barrier to eliminate moisture
D. #4 rebar, for structural integrity
E. 4" concrete slab 3500-4000psi

Bed Rock Foundations ensures that your building rests on level ground. Each foundation is brought to a level grade using a surveyor's laser.

Concrete Pillars

A. Excavation of site
B. Dig holes 32" to 36" deep, by 16" to 24" diameter
C. Sona tube forms are placed into hole
D. #4 rebar inserted into forms
E. 3500-4000psi concrete pour
F. Metal strapping

Some townships require horse barns to rest on concrete pillars.


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