We quit selling that material because it don’t last. What we sell is ¾ cedar lattice @ $30 each.
Cost, durability, toxicity, sustainability,
Terry Ruth wrote:
I'm just about to try chicken wire as lath, wood is too expensive.
In fact, the pumice pozzolan turns the CH into additional CSH, densifying the concrete and making it nearly impermeable.
While chemical resistance is perhaps the biggest benefit to adding pumice pozzolan to concrete formulations, it is by no means the only gained advantage.
In some applications, Hess UltraPozz can replace up to 50% of the Portland cement typically needed, thus reducing, on a pound for pound basis, the colossal carbon footprint standard cement leaves behind.