Flip Flop House: Poured Concrete Floors

Well, the concrete floors are poured!

Towards the end of construction, the floors will get sealed and polished – so they will be nice and shiny!

They are making “wet saw cuts” in the concrete.  Water is applied to the concrete before cutting to reduce friction.  The cuts will help reduce overall pressure, which will help to prevent cracks from forming in the future.

Here, we are standing in the reflecting pool area, looking into the ground floor living room.  The living room’s sliding glass doors will open up directly to the reflecting pool for a nice, relaxing and peaceful environment.

In the last post, I showed the sliding door’s recessed track framing before the concrete was poured.  Here it is with concrete:

This is the pit where the elevator will finish its long journey from upstairs…

Let’s finish with another image of the sweet stairwell and skylight:

That’s it for our backlog of images – until next site visit!