In modern society, form liners have evolved dramatically from the original design options. Architects are able to use a wide range of modern materials, including one-time use options like cardboard.
Wide selection of formliners. We offer over a hundred standard patterns. If looking for a specific pattern, our craftsman can design and manufacture to your specifications. Our plastic liners are easy to install and strip.
Understanding the basics is a vital part of learning the major benefits of architectural design. A form liner is a type of concrete mold made out of a wide range of potential materials. Common materials include fiberglass, elastomeric polymers, cardboard, foam or plastic. The cardboard and foam designs are meant for one-time use and are disposed after the project is completed. Other materials are possible to use several times after proper cleaning and maintenance, making it ideal for projects that require repeated patterns.
Form liners have three key benefits over natural stone or wood materials: a low cost, design flexibility and color combination. By using a form liner with concrete, architects can cut costs and create something that looks natural or different with the design.
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