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  • Tips for Hiring the Right Concrete Core Drilling Company

    There are many construction and building projects that require concrete core drilling. While concrete core drilling is common, many contractors do not have the tools and equipment to do the job themselves. The solution is to hire a licensed concrete core drilling company to take care of all of a project's concrete drilling needs. Concrete core drilling needs to be incredibly precise—even a small mistake can cause a lot of problems, leading to wasted time and money. [Read More]

  • 3 Reasons To Hire A Professional To Pour Your Concrete

    Are you looking to replace your sidewalk, driveway or another form of pavement on your property? If so, you're going to need some fresh concrete to get the job done. Pouring new concrete though is easier said than done. Here are a few reasons why it's probably best to hire a company that offers concrete pouring services for your new project. The Recipe Matters Have you ever mixed concrete before? If not, you're going to be playing it by ear on this next project and that's not a good idea. [Read More]

  • Working With Precast Concrete? 3 Tips For A Successful Project

    Precast concrete slabs save you the trouble of shaping and pouring the concrete. They can make a variety of different projects go smoother, from creating a cement wall or partition to putting down a concrete patio. Measure Your Space Correctly When you work with precast concrete slabs, the slabs are going to be created specifically for the project that you are working on. The concrete can be cut down to the exact specifications that you need. [Read More]

  • The Advantages Of Concrete Cutting

    When it comes to professional jobs that involve concrete, you basically have two options. You can either cut the concrete yourself, or you can hire someone to do it for you. And, in most cases, the second option- professional concrete cutting- is the best. There are a surprising number of benefits that go along with professional concrete cutting. No Noise To start off with, you should know that cutting concrete can actually be a very noisy process, one that could ultimately cause a great disturbance to those surrounding you. [Read More]

  • 3 Tips For Improving Your Crane Rental Experience

    Having access to a functional crane can make it easier to move heavy loads during a construction project. Since a crane isn't required for the completion of every project, you may find that it makes more financial sense to invest in renting a crane rather than purchasing one. Proper preparation is essential when it comes to the quality of your crane rental experience. Here are three simple things that you can do to ensure your next crane rental goes smoothly. [Read More]

  • Does Your Concrete Have An Epoxy Finish? 4 Reasons Why It Should

    Concrete is one of the most versatile construction materials around. It can be used for patios, driveways, garage floors, to name just a few of them. However, as durable as it is, it can still be damaged by misuse and weather exposure. Not only that, but it always has the same appearance and texture, unless you utilize stamping, or staining. That's where epoxy sealant comes in to play. Epoxy sealant provides a lasting protective seal over the entire surface of your concrete, making it impervious to damage. [Read More]

  • Preparing Your Home For A Painting Project: Three Things To Consider

    When hiring a general painting contractor to paint your home, there are a few things you'll want to do to prepare for the project. With a bit of preparation, you can ensure that your project will go smoothly, and your home will have a fresh new look when the painting is done. Here are just a few things to consider as you prepare for your painting project. Test Your Chosen Colors [Read More]

  • Pour, Set, Cure, Repeat! How Contractors Make Concrete Walls

    Concrete is not exactly a substance that readily creates vertical forms. Therefore, concrete wall contractors have some special techniques for making concrete do the unimaginable. If you need concrete walls of your own, or you are just curious about how concrete walls are made, here is a little more information to satiate your curiosity. Vertical Concrete Forms The first step in creating a concrete wall is to create a concrete form. [Read More]

  • Tips For A Smooth Concrete Drilling Experience

    The hardness of concrete usually makes it durable. However, it is also what makes it challenging to work on. This is especially true when working on a concrete drilling do-it-yourself project. The good news is that the right tools and proper drilling techniques can help to eliminate most of the stress that most homeowners encounter when working on their renovation projects. You will find the following concrete drilling tips useful when it comes to making the concrete drilling process as smooth as it can be. [Read More]

  • Stamped Concrete Vs Pavers

    There are two primary choices for patio flooring: stamped concrete and pavers. Both of them are fine options, but when someone is in the market to redo their patio floors, it's important to know the strengths and weaknesses of both options. This knowledge can help a homeowner make a more educated decision. This is a closer look at  the difference between stamped concrete and pavers.  Stamped Concrete One of the best advantages of stamped concrete is that it is easy to install. [Read More]