A Step-By-Step Guide To A Typical Pothole Repair


Potholes in the road are bad enough. Potholes in your driveway are worse. This is because potholes in your driveway can cause you to become stuck in winter. Tires can freeze in the potholes, or the ice filing the potholes gives poor traction, keeping your vehicle from leaving the driveway. When you are ready to call an asphalt repair contractor, here is what the contractor will do, step-by-step. The Driveway Pothole Repair Estimate

9 September 2018

Two Ways To Repair Concrete


Is your concrete starting to decay and look old? Is it stained and full of cracks? If you are a homeowner, and you are sick of dealing with concrete that seems to get uglier year after year, now is the time to fix your problem. The longer you wait, and the more decayed your concrete becomes, the more costly it will be to repair the problem. There are several different ways that you can repair and re-surface old concrete, but it partly depends on how severe your problem is.

17 May 2018

Concrete Contractor Services And Capabilities


Concrete is often used throughout the building and construction industry due to its durability.  However, sometimes, it is necessary to break through basement floors in order to repair electrical, water, and sewer lines.  Other times, a home owner may want to add an entrance to their house or create a window out of a brick wall in order to let more natural light in.  A business may need to cut grooves into the surface of their concrete sidewalks to ensure the safety of their employees entering and leaving the building.

30 January 2018

3 Ways To Update Your Property Using Ready Mix Concrete


So you've decided to update your property but you haven't figured out just how to do it. You could hire a contractor to refurbish your home or build a new dwelling. You could hire a landscaper to give your yard a whole new look. Or you could use ready mix concrete and produce a few affordable updates on your own. Here are three update options to consider that require nothing more than a little legwork and residential concrete, along with a few tools and accessories:

10 November 2017

How To Know If Your Basement Has Had Water Damage


As a homeowner, you will want to make sure that your home is as safe and dry as possible, starting with the basement. After all, a lot of people find that their basements are the main problems when it comes to water creeping into their home. Even if your basement is currently dry, you will want to know what to look for when looking for signs of water trouble that you may have missed in the past or that occurred before you bought the home.

8 September 2017

Is Tilt Up Concrete Construction The Most Cost-Effective Option For Your Retail Building?


If you've wanted to expand your retail space for some time, but haven't been satisfied with the offerings currently on the market, you may be wondering whether building from scratch is your best bet. While the process of constructing a brand new building can seem like a far more expensive option than simply purchasing an existing building, the amount of retrofitting that may be necessary for many custom buildings can be cost-prohibitive in some cases.

17 August 2017

How To Fix Cracks In Concrete


Concrete foundations are going to crack over time. It's just inevitable. Unless you are an engineer, there is very little you can do on your own to prevent concrete cracks. However, it is quite easy to quickly patch small cracks. Even just patching cracks can help slow the growth and hide the blemish, keeping your concrete looking good. This article explains the best way to fix small cracks in your concrete slabs:

27 July 2017

Winter Concrete Projects Can Be Done: Here's How


A lot of people wait until summer to plan and complete their concrete projects without realizing that isn't always necessary. A concrete pad, walkway or path can be done even when winter has arrived. You just have to follow the advice below. Use Low Water, Ready-Mix Concrete As you set out to get supplies for the project you're hoping to begin, your first mistake could be buying the same kind of concrete you purchase in the summer.

5 July 2017

Insight To Help You Install Your Next Backyard Concrete Surface


When you are planning a concrete project in your backyard, there are several different options you can choose from for acquiring your concrete. Depending on your experience and your access to the required tools for the project, you can do some or all of the work yourself. Here are some concrete source options for your next backyard concrete project. Mix Your Own Concrete For a small concrete project in your yard, it may be best to use a bagged dry-mix concrete, which comes ready to combine with water.

26 June 2017

3 Steps to Prepare for a Concrete Splash Pad Installation


Whether you are a daycare business owner or simply a parent looking to give your kids something fun to occupy their time in the summertime, a concrete splash pad can be an excellent addition to your property. These concreted areas are outfitted with spray nozzles, wading areas, and everything in between to ensure anyone who steps on will have a splashing good time. While the installation of a concrete splash pad is a fairly straightforward process, there are a few things you can do to get prepared to help the project go smoothly.

3 May 2017