100mm slabs as standard

Slab thickness refers to the distance between the upper and lower surfaces of a concrete slab, or the distance between the top and bottom of a slab of any material. The thickness of a slab is an important factor in its structural integrity, as well as its thermal and acoustical properties. In general, thicker slabs are stronger and more durable than thinner slabs, but also more expensive to construct. The thickness of a slab is typically determined by factors such as the load it will bear, the type of soil or foundation beneath it, and local building codes.

That's why First Homebuilders unlike most of our competitors insists on extra thick slabs as standard on every home we build.