22 April 2015
Over time, even strong and durable concrete can crack. This can lead to various problems which may be very expensive to correct. However, a product has been designed that may help prevent these problems from occurring. This product is applied to the surface of concrete when the first signs of tiny cracks become visible. With the help of heat from the sunlight, a protective seal is created to prevent small cracks from spreading into large breaks in the concrete.
15 April 2015
Are you ready to give your landscape a new look and have decided to get rid of a few concrete walkways? If you want to take on the task of breaking up the concrete on your own, a jackhammer may be needed. In this article, learn what you should know about using a jackhammer and the dangers it can pose if used incorrectly. What is the Safest Way to Use a Jackhammer for Cutting Concrete?
10 April 2015
Choosing the right type of material for your driveway can be a difficult task. There are many different materials you can use for his task, and they range from traditional concrete to elaborate tiling. However, asphalt is often one of the most selected materials because it can provide your driveway with a couple of important benefits. After considering the following questions and their answers concerning asphalt driveways, you may be in a better position to choose wisely when you make your final decision.
9 April 2015
Foundation repair is never an easy task. Often, the slab may just have settled or tilted over time. Sometimes, though, the slab has actually cracked. Luckily, there are ways to repair most foundation problems. Why Do Foundations Shift or Settle? Over time, foundations for homes and other structures can settle, tilt, or even crack. Often, this is because the original soil was not properly compacted, especially if land is mostly landfill with little or no bedrock to anchor it.
6 April 2015
Laying out a smooth sheet of concrete gives you a blank canvas for realizing your patio dreams. Before you roll on the sealant and arrange the outdoor furniture for your next barbecue, consider getting a little more decorative with a surface treatment. Both stamping and engraving options give you a custom patio that looks unique, but they come with very different costs and requirements. Differences in Texture Are any of your family members or regular guests prone to slipping on smooth concrete?