Prefab garages that work for you
Lascocrete aims to bring you solutions that not only make your life easier but save you time and money. Our prefab garages do just that. With over 45 years of industry experience, we know how to bring you quality products that will last you for years to come.
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What are prefab garages?
Prefab, shortened for prefabricated, infers that this structure has either been partially or completely made off-site – and that is exactly what it is. Our teams expertly precast the concrete slabs used to construct your prefab garage.
Thereafter our installation team assist in the installation of your structure in your desired area. You are then left with a quality structure without having to lift a finger.
Prefab garages vs. traditional garages
One of the upsides of choosing our prefab garages versus a traditional one is that the limitation on customisation is low. We have various styles and materials that can be used to match the aesthetic of your prefab garage to your home.
Our prefab garage solutions are considerably cheaper than traditional garages, and even more so if a precast kit is used. Overall, our materials and the manner in which we construct these structures add towards what saves you money.
When choosing a prefab garage over a traditional one, we are able to save you a considerable amount of time spent on construction. Where you would have waited months, prefab garages have you only waiting a few weeks depending on your specifications.
Our concrete solutions have proved to be one of the more affordable building materials to use without compromising on durability. In fact, concrete builds strength over time and requires little to no maintenance.
Since concrete is 100% recyclable and has a low carbon footprint, it is the most sustainable building material on the market. It also does not emit any emissions into the environment.
If you considering having a prefab garage installed on your property it is important to remember that an architect will have to be appointed to draw up the relevant plans to be submitted to your city council for approval.