Repairing Concrete Cracks with Steel Trowel

January 10th, 2018

Posted In: Concrete Repair

Concrete floors are made to undergo constant abuse from heavy traffic so it is imperative that the floor is poured and installed properly or it will run a higher risk of cracking. As we all know, nothing lasts forever and even the best concrete is not made to withstand years of wear and tear, especially in commercial and industrial applications. Commercial flatwork, concrete especially, takes more abuse from vehicles, individuals, and the elements, than your standard residential applications. For this reason, contractors turn to specialty coatings, aggregates, and reinforcing schemes to meet the heavy demands and requirements of buildings.

pouring concrete with worker mix cement at construction site

December 12th, 2017

Posted In: Commercial Concrete

Concrete is one of the most widely used materials for both residential and commercial properties in the United States. In fact, estimates indicate that the US has used about 1000 metric tons of concrete in the last decade.

It’s clear to see why concrete is so popular. It is a durable material that, when well-maintained, will provide smooth and sturdy surfaces for years to come.

Businesses can use concrete for a variety of purposes on their property, including parking lots, foundations, and loading docks. If you need to pave or repave one of these areas at your business, you’ll need to work with a commercial concrete contractor.

Before you hire a commercial concrete contractor, it’s important to get answers to some key questions. Here’s a list to get you started.


Artistic Concrete Edging Photo For Blog Post-sq (1)

December 6th, 2017

Posted In: Concrete Repair

Most of the world’s ubiquitous and recognizable man-made structures — highways, skyscrapers, bridges, houses — are testaments to the versatility of the most commonly used construction material on Earth: concrete.

What makes concrete such a popular construction material is its dynamic composition. When newly mixed, concrete can be transported and applied (“poured,” in construction terminology) easily, but when it hardens it becomes the strong, durable material we know so well.


November 13th, 2017

Posted In: Concrete Repair

When you need your concrete repaired, you want to be assured the company doing the job is going to do a great job of it. You want the work to be bother-free, with affordable service, all while having a good time with the customer service and employees.

To get this type of concrete repair service, though, you need to look for a few key qualities in the companies you’re considering employing.

Stick around! We’re going to show you how to make the best decision for your needs.


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