Bad Weather Still Abounds: Plan Paving Carefully


Despite several advancements in the world of hot- and cold-weather paving, there are still restrictions on when you can create a new patch of asphalt. Rain/snow and freezing weather remain the top enemies of asphalt paving, with excessive heat not far behind. This leads to scheduling issues as paving companies try to dodge bad weather and its secondary effects like wet ground. For homeowners who need a driveway repaved, however, the weather may not seem like such a big deal.

5 February 2019

Building A Commercial Property? 3 Benefits Of Choosing Concrete As One Of The Construction Materials


If you are building a commercial property, you will use a variety of construction materials. When choosing these materials, one you should consider is concrete. This will offer your building many benefits, three of which are listed below. Concrete is Durable and Strong Concrete is made of cement, water, and a dry ingredient, which is generally sand. If the concrete contractor uses more cement than water and sand while mixing these ingredients together, the concrete will be even stronger.

10 October 2018

Adding Color And Texture To Concrete


If you are pouring new concrete in your yard, you might be thinking of ways you can make it look more stylish. That is, many people find traditional concrete to be boring and rough. You can add textures and colors to your concrete sidewalks to make them stand out a little bit. Concrete can look homey and natural if it is properly treated. This article explains some of the best options you have if you are trying to make your concrete more stylish.

3 April 2018

A Close Look At The Primary Techniques Used By Concrete Cutting Services


Perhaps you have a concrete wall that needs to be removed, maybe you have a concrete slab that needs to be opened up for access beneath, or possibly, you are completely removing a concrete patio or fixture. In any of these situations, you will need a good concrete cutting service to help you out. These professionals use pro-quality concrete saws and other equipment to precisely cut into one of the densest materials there is: concrete.

30 January 2018

Tips To Help You Build And Install A Strong, Durable Concrete Driveway


When you are installing a concrete driveway, you will want it to be a strong surface that will hold up under heavy vehicle weight and adverse weather conditions. Here are two tips to help you make sure your driveway is installed to give it the best chance at lasting as long as possible. Prepare the Base Soil As you prepare the soil for where your concrete driveway will be poured, it is a good idea to take a look at the type of soil that is in the site.

17 October 2017

3 Crane Rental Tips To Keep In Mind


Having access to the right equipment can make any construction project a lot easier. If you don't want to invest in the purchase of equipment that you might not use for each job, then renting these pieces of equipment can be a viable option. One piece of equipment that many construction contractors opt to rent rather than purchase is a crane. Here are three simple tips that you can keep in mind to ensure your next crane rental experience is a positive one.

1 May 2017

4 Tips for Controlling Dust Hazards When Cutting into a Concrete Slab While Indoors


Slab cutting allows you to install wiring and plumbing in a basement, create decorative patterns that simulate the look of wood or tile, and so much more. Unfortunately, any kind of grinding or cutting of concrete creates hazardous silica dust, and doing the work inside a building makes the dust an even bigger work site problem. Use these four tips to keep dust under control for the safety of everyone involved.

11 January 2017