No, but QPOD is QuickSet’s first choice for a pod system. This is due to their use of recycled plastic and the structural superiority of their 1100 × 1100 pod.
Yes, a basic mitre saw and grey Marley glue are needed to achieve this on site.
QuickSet is compatible with 85mm, 100mm, and 120mm slab topping heights.
Yes, QuickSet recommends a 120mm slab topping which will be a 340mm size form. Or a 400mm slab with a 100mm slab topping on a 300mm pod system.
No, QuickSet is designed to last the life of the building as long as the above is followed.
It will be in the near future.
It is made of PVC foam board. The board features insulating properties, has a high impact strength, holds less than 1% moisture, and is self-extinguishing, making it the perfect material for an external edge.
Although the PVC foam board is pre-finished and has UV stabilisers built into it, it must be painted in UV exposed areas to provide a minimum of 50 years of durability as per BRANZ appraisal.
Yes, QuickSet is much the same as any concrete slab with issues. QuickSet will need to be removed using carpentry skills, slab remedied and QuicKSet reattached possibly without back XPS layer using carpentry skills. It is the same as looking at a conventional slab being flush cut then plastered.