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

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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

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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

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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

Concrete Segregation Explained

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Of the various problems that can affect curing concrete, segregation is one of the most serious. Yet even within the concrete industry, many people still don't possess a thorough understanding of this problem. If you would like to learn more about what this problem means, as well as how to prevent it, read on. This article will provide a useful introduction to the issue of concrete segregation. The Basic Idea

3 November 2016

Should I Repair My Own Driveway?

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In some cases, repairing your own driveway is possible if you have some home-improvement experience. Other times, the job is best left to a professional. Here are some ways that you can tell which type of concrete job you have in front of you.  What Type of Repair is Needed? First, it's good to note that there are several levels of concrete repair, and some are better done as a home fix than others.

28 July 2016

Using Ready Mix Concrete Around The Home

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Concrete is a very versatile material that can be used throughout the home. It is often used both indoors and throughout the exterior of a home. There are many different types of concrete but one of the most commonly used ones is ready mix concrete. It's mixed in a factory and then usually transported to the construction site via a concrete mixing truck. This type of concrete is strong and tends to cure faster than other types of concrete.

22 May 2016

A Guide To Maintaining Your Cement Patio

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When you need to be sure that you are able to keep your cement patio in the best shape, there are some valuable tips that you will want to keep in the back of your head. These guidelines will let you keep your cement patios looking great and will make sure that you keep plenty of value and equity in your home.  #1: Seal The Cement Patio To Block Out Excess Moisture And Damage

28 March 2016