Specialty Precast Company, Inc.

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Specialty Precast Company, Inc.

Specialty Precast is a growing company located near Prospect, Pennsylvania. The Corporation was established in 1998, and began manufacturing and installing foundations in 2000. As an independent company, we are not associated with any other entity allowing us to oversee all aspects of our operation and provide individualized service to meet our customers’ needs. We service individuals and contractors in the custom and manufactured housing markets in Western Pennsylvania. Today, Specialty Precast Company, Inc. is recognized as a provider of quality foundations and is becoming the preferred provider of precast foundations.

Wall Types: We currently offer two types of wall panels in five different heights. The two types of wall panels are frost wall panels and foundation wall panels. Frost wall panels are typically used under garages and porches or as crawl spaces. Frost wall panels are either three foot or five foot in height. Foundation walls are offered in standard 8’6″, 9’0″ and 10′ heights. We are also capable of manufacturing custom heights less than ten feet to accommodate multilevel structures. Typical panel widths are less than 12 feet in length and vary depending on the specifications for each project. Product Details: The exterior of each panel is flat with a textured finish. The overall thickness of the product is 11 inches consisting of a 2-1/2 inch exterior and an 8-1/2 inch cavity formed between two concrete studs. The interior resembles a studded partition with concrete studs every two feet. Cast into each concrete stud is a galvanized 25 gauge drywall stud. Materials: Each panel is a monolithic pour using a consistent batch of 5000psi fiber reinforced concrete. Monolithic means the entire panel is poured at one time to produce a uniform product without inconsistencies associated with multiple step procedures. A 5000psi concrete is used for strength and for watertight characteristics. The concrete mix exceeds watertight standards determined by the American Concrete Institute.