The cost of concrete floors is a controversial subject in the UK.
But a new study suggests concrete is actually cheaper than concrete floors.
The study was carried out by British consulting firm Cairns Economics.
It found concrete is the cheapest type of flooring to build for an average house.
The cheapest concrete floor is about £1,500, while the highest is £20,000.
The cost of a concrete floor varies depending on the size and weight of the building, and the type of concrete used.
The average cost for a single-family home in England is around £500, and an average residential building is about 15 times that, according to the firm.
But that doesn’t tell the whole story.
It’s worth noting that this study doesn’t count the cost of materials, so it’s possible a different study might have produced a slightly different result.
The firm says it’s the most recent research into the topic.
However, if concrete is cheaper than regular concrete floors, why do you need to use it?
Here are five reasons concrete is so much better than standard concrete:1.
Concrete is easier to buildThe average concrete building can be constructed with a minimum of 20 workers.
It’s cheaper than using a concrete slab or concrete foundations.2.
You don’t need as many workersThe cost for concrete is less than half the cost for traditional concrete floors – so you can make it cheaper by not using as many concrete workers.3.
You can reuse concrete if you don’t want to build it againIf you’ve got a roof or balcony and you want to reuse a concrete wall or roof, you can do so with a simple step: just replace the existing concrete and paint the existing material, according the firm’s website.4.
You get more use out of your building than you do concreteThe average residential floor is only made of three materials: concrete, asphalt and steel.
Cones, however, are made from a mix of the three materials.
It is estimated that around 5 per cent of the cost goes into the concrete.5.
You save on the cost if you just do the work yourself