Here is a glossary list of helpful terms to help you better understand the RediPour process.
Renderings: A rendering is an extremely detailed picture of what your project will look like when it is finished. It serves as an incredible walk through of your project and gives you the ability to make any design changes prior to the beginning of construction.
Topography: A topography is a detailed measurement of the surface area of your property. Every point we take has a North (Northing) location, a East (Easting) Location, and an elevation. This point is completely unique to your property, meaning that no other point on the planet has those coordinates. We take this data to begin the design process of your project and to produce dig out maps for excavation.
RediForm: The RediPour® Form. Our forms are dual purpose and don’t have to be removed or stripped and thrown away as with traditional wall types. The form also works as reinforcement, reducing our need for rebar considerably on each project.
Monolithic Pour: When pouring concrete, a monolithic pour is done in all at once, as opposed to a two-part system that pours the footing first and then the rest at another time. Because of RediPour’s unique forming system we can pour the footing and fill our forms in one process, saving us time on the job site and getting you one step closer to a finished product.