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Too many Joints: The conventional strip construction method results in construction joints every 3 to 4 meters, leading to accelerated floor damage.

Damaged Edges: Lack of load transfer mechanism across joints, warped formwork, and lack of edge protection cause rapid deterioration of floor edges.

Dusting Surface: Poor finishing techniques, wrong concrete mix, and incorrect use of dry-shake hardener result in a concrete slab that is porous.

Random Cracking: Bad concrete, uneven sub-base, thin slab, delayed saw cutting, poor workmanship and bad design can all lead to a severely cracked floor.

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