Mandurah Concreting

We provide excellent & affordable concrete products in Mandurah

Aside from our featured product and services Mandurah Concreting also specialises in other products like concrete tables, concrete benchtops, and concrete letterboxes. We have a large selection of these products to choose from. It will make your indoor or outdoor space more elegant.

Our dining tables are appropriate for any type of kitchen. We have a wide range of designs and concepts to choose from. It is suitable for both residential and commercial settings. Concrete dining tables are ideal for a sleeker and more streamlined look. It has a plain but eye catching design.
A cosy restaurant atmosphere can be achieved with a concrete dining table. You have the option of choosing between circular, square, or rectangular shapes. It will always be a lovely addition to your room.

Concrete Letterboxes

Letterboxes from Mandurah Concreting stand out among the rest. It exudes sophistication. To ensure that it lasts as long as possible, we only use the best concrete and materials. To fit your favourite theme, we have a large selection of neutral colours. You can also make changes to your design and imitate various elements (natural stone or brick). You may also choose your colour scheme.
Concrete letterboxes are less expensive than brick letterboxes. It will look good on your house, even if you have a brick fence.

Concrete is often used for concrete floors, concrete slabs, concrete house pads, concrete footpaths, concrete wall panels, concrete driveways, concrete retaining walls, and even concrete swimming pools due to its incredible versatility and durability. Concrete furniture is one of the best products of modern engineering and architecture.

A concrete slab is a structural element that can be used as a floor or a roof and is typical of constant thickness. Slabs may be installed on the ground, suspended, or a combination of both. They can be insulated from the inside as well as the outside. Mandurah Concreting has been building concrete slabs of superior quality for many years. It goes through a rigorous planning and testing process to ensure that the slab can work as anticipated.

3 Types of Concrete Slabs

Conventional Slab

These slabs are supported on beams and columns. The recommended thickness will depend on the loads it will receive. Garbage trucks, for example, are heavier than motor homes, so a thicker slab should be used.

Flat Slab

It’s a form of a concrete slab that is commonly used in commercial buildings, parking garages, and hotels. If you don’t want beam forecasts, this is the way to go. There are many benefits of using this slab. Floor height can be reduced, auto sprinklers are simpler to install, construction time is reduced, and so on. The price can vary depending on the size.

Hollow core slab

The most appealing benefit of using this form of a concrete slab is that it not only reduces construction costs but also reduces the structure’s weight. It is more fire resistant and soundproof due to its thickness. The installation takes just a few minutes and does not require much effort.
We provide excellent quality house pads for residential and commercial properties for many years.

We make sure that your concrete house pads are made to last so that your property lasts a long time. Since house pads are such an integral part of your building’s structure. We make certain that all of our projects produce excellent results. Mandurah Concreting will provide you with highly qualified workers and staff to provide you with outstanding and high quality house pads.

Laying a stable foundation is the first and most crucial phase in building a home. The term “built on a rock” encapsulates how critical this phase is to the house’s overall structural stability, which has a direct impact on its survival. To put it another way, if you want your house to last, it needs to be built on a strong base that meets all of the requirements.

Concrete Wall Panels

Our concrete wall panels are long lasting and have concrete like properties. It has numerous advantages in terms of cost, durability, and time savings. If you’re planning on expanding in the future, it can be customized and built to be reused. It is long lasting, low maintenance, and resistant to harsh and shifting weather conditions.

Since our concrete wall panels are lightweight, they are much stronger and easier to handle than standard concrete panels. They are fire and water resistant. Despite their thinness, they are both versatile and strong thanks to their advanced fibre structure. These panels can be drilled, screwed, or mitred to achieve tight corners and are resistant to cracking and chipping.

  1. High insulating capability – All elements of a well engineered structural precast panel work together to provide a high level of insulation. To increasing, insulation capabilities manufacturers often use a combination of concrete and EPS foam that maximizes the foam in the concrete piece. A building constructed of structural precast panels may reduce energy consumption by as much as 30%.
  2. Flexibility and long term stability – Precast structural elements allow a highly modular building envelope. An existing precast structure can be modified and improved as client requirements change and expand.
  3. Wind resistance and load bearing capacities – High strength concrete and prestressed steel strand make up structural precast concrete panels. Precast can also withstand tornadoes, flying missiles, and winds of up to 250 kph.
  4. Offers Sustainable materials – structural precast panels consume less energy and last a lifetime.

Underfloor Heating

Why should you hire us to install your underfloor heating?
We’ve been designing and installing underfloor heating systems for years. We have the best developer on staff, and we use modernised technologies and equipment to create a system that meets your requirements and exceeds your standards.

It is one of the best features that anyone would like in their home. During the cold season, it offers warmth and comfort to your family.

Two Types of Underfloor Heating


A series of electric wires are mounted underneath or inside your flooring to heat an area or space. The type of electric system you build will be determined by the room’s size and insulation, the type of flooring under it, whether it is insulated, and the type of flooring you’ll have on top.

Four Main Types of Electric Systems
  1. Underfloor Heating Mats – It is the most common heating. All you have to do is lay out the mat until it’s fully covered. If necessary, the cable can be separated from the mat and shaped into any difficult spaces. It is suitable for kitchens, lounges, dining rooms, and other areas.
  2. Underwood, Carpet, or Vinyl Foil Heating Mats – It is ideal to be placed under the carpet and vinyl flooring. It is commonly installed in wet areas like bathrooms and kitchens when complying with both electrical and construction standards.
  3. Underfloor Loose Wire Systems – It is smaller and more inconvenient that’s why it is ideally used for bathrooms.
  4. Inscreed Heating Systems – Since they take longer to heat up, these cables are typically only used in new extensions.


A water based heating system circulates warm water throughout the floor to heat the room via a series of pipes connected to a boiler via a manifold. Since this device distributes heat more uniformly than a single radiator, it may use water at a lower temperature. As a result, it’s a more cost effective way to heat your house.
Four Main Types of Wet Underfloor Heating
  1. Standard output zone – It is ideal for internal well insulated areas operated by a single thermostat, such as a living room, kitchen, or bathroom.
  2. High output system – It is ideal for high heat loss environments, such as schools, extensions, and exterior structures with a lot of installed glass.
  3. Multiple zone system – It’s perfect for completely new builds when you want to monitor different rooms at different temperatures and times.
  4. Low profile system – It makes use of smaller pipe diameters to achieve a lower floor height. These systems can be installed with minimal disruption on existing floors.
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