All Gauteng and Western Cape units come standard with a Colorplus Steel Framed Shutter board Floor
There are a few different options with regards to the flooring. We recommend the option of a Colorplus Steel Framed Shutter Board Floor (R1050 per meter squared for in stock units and R1200 for non stock units).
Often a concrete slab is more suitable for the larger units.
If you choose a Colorplus floor for your smaller shed , there are some extras available such as adjustable legs (R200 each) and specialised concrete holding down blocks (R200 each) necessary on loose soil and grass.
Colorplus Steel Framed Shutter Board Floor
Adjustable Leg on
On Existing Paving or Concrete Slab
Once the shed has been erected and secured to the cured slab , you can lay square pavers / bricks.
A sheet of plastic should be placed under the pavers / bricks to stop water permeating up.
You can screed inside. Using a 4 to 1 river sand and cement mix, apply a 35mm screed inside the shed.
Concrete Slab instructions -If There is No Existing Floor
Place and peg formwork 300mm wider than shed. Example 2,8m x 4,8m shed=3,1m x 5,1m. Ground must be level and compacted
Cast a 75mm thick slab using 25 MPA concrete
Float the slab with wooden trowel to achieve a smooth finish
Once the shed has been erected and secured to the cured slab, the inside can be screeded up to a level just below the angle iron frame.(Approximately 35mm thick using a river sand / cement mix)
Casting of Slab After Shed has been erected
1. Clear area – at least 0,5m bigger than chosen shed size
Example : 2,8m x 4,8m shed will be 3,3m x 5,3m or a 2,8m x 2,8m shed
will be 3,3m x 3,3m
2. Ground must be level and compacted
3. The shed is then erected
4. Place and peg formwork 300mm wider than shed.
Example : 2,8m x 4,8m shed will be 3,3m x 5,3m
5. Cast the slab using 25MPA concrete not higher than the angle iron.
6. Concrete the edging around the shed and finish with a corner tool