The Pros And Cons To Getting Concrete Countertops

22 November 2016
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If you are thinking about redoing your kitchen, you may be interested in all the different kinds of materials that countertops can be made of. One material that you might not have realized can make a good countertop is concrete. If you decide that concrete countertops are something that you may want to have, then you may wonder what the pros and cons are.  Pros It's easy to customize concrete. While the concrete is being mixed, various dye powders can be added to the mix. Read More 

Three Reasons Why Concrete Scanning Is Important Before Tearing Down a Concrete Structure

12 August 2016
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If you have a concrete structure on your property and are thinking about tearing it down, you might be thinking about renting the necessary equipment and doing the job yourself. Even though this is an option, there is one thing that you will want to do first: hire a concrete-scanning company to "scan" the concrete for hidden features that you might not know about. These are a few reasons why this is important. Read More 

Concrete Pump Troubleshooting: Locating A Blockage

24 July 2016
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When compared to other methods of concrete delivery such as wheelbarrow use, the use of concrete pumps usually reduces most of the stress involved in concrete construction. Since it reduces the amount of spills in a given construction project, it is a good way of keeping costs in control. It is a faster method of concrete delivery and can also make delivery of concrete to hard-to-reach areas easier since all that one has to do is point the discharge hose in the right direction. Read More 

3 Ideas To Help Make Plain Pavements A Little More Attractive When Repairs Are Needed

16 May 2016
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Concrete pavement is used for many different surfaces around your home; it may be the material your driveway is made of, used for a patio or even for paths around your home. Plain concrete can be dull, grey and unattractive. If you want to spice up the look of your concrete, you may want to consider different finishes when you have to have pavement repairs done. Here are some ideas that can help give your concrete pavement more of an attractive look: Read More 

Concrete Seen Better Days? 3 Ways To Repair The Damage

28 March 2016
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Concrete damage is more than just ugly; it's dangerous too. Cracks and holes in your concrete allow water to seep in, which can erode the soil underneath. During the winter, water can freeze inside the cracks, causing the damage to get worse. Once there is damage, you can injure yourself by tripping over the cracks or holes. In most cases, you can take care of the problems yourself. Here are some tips that will help you repair your damaged concrete. Read More