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Water: Concrete’s Best Friend and Worst Enemy

Your area has been experiencing a lot of rain lately, and it could be taking a toll on your concrete. Concrete and water have an interesting relationship; concrete needs water to be installed, but water can also cause significant damage to concrete. So, what do you do after water damages your concrete? How do you prevent further damage? Read on to find out more about the relationship between concrete and water and how we can help you repair the H2O induced concrete damage.
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Concrete Info

Choosing Between Concrete Pavers and Poured Concrete

In order to choose between concrete pavers and poured concrete, it is first necessary to have a good understanding of what each one of them is. Poured concrete is often referred to as concrete flatwork, because after a framework is setup and the moist concrete is poured into that framework, you can achieve a perfectly flat and uniformly even surface. Concrete paving and flatwork is very often used to install driveways, patios, foundations for houses, and sidewalks, because the flat and even surface is essential for those structures.
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Concrete Info

Part 2 – Today’s Concrete – Practical, Powerful, and Centuries in the Making

If someone were to ask you what the most frequently used building material in the world is, would you know the answer? Would your answer be wood or steel? Perhaps plastic or aluminum? In actuality, none of those are the correct answers, and in fact, the amount of concrete used globally amounts to twice as much as all other building materials combined, including all four of the wrong answers listed above.
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Concrete Info

Today’s Concrete – Practical, Powerful, and Centuries in the Making

Have you ever been strolling down a sidewalk or walking along a roadside, and suddenly taken notice of that seemingly indestructible surface you’re moving over? Concrete is one of those things that you don’t think much about, unless you happen to be observing a construction site or a crew paving a new roadway. If you’ve never read much about it, you might think concrete is a fairly modern invention, developed because there was a need for highways to drive vehicles over, or to provide reliable support for today’s huge commercial buildings.
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Stronger Structures: A Better Approach to Repairing Damaged Concrete

A number of natural disasters occurred in 2017. The National Centers for Environmental Information reveals that climate and weather disasters have caused over $850.5 billion in damages. The agency adds that every state has at least been impacted by a one-billion dollar disaster since 1980.

No force can be greater than the force of nature. No clock can be more relentless than the seasons’ rhythm. Fortunately, there are structures that can stand up to natural disasters.
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Property Management

Unexpected Property Repairs—A Top Challenge for Property Managers in the US

Have you ever seen those circus performers who balance dozens of plates on top of their head while juggling bowling pins and riding a unicycle? Sometimes, being a property manager can be a bit like that. On the one hand, property managers must deal with tenants, but on the other hand, they must also accomplish myriad tasks that come with managing an entire apartment building or condo community. That’s how they work every day, performing a delicate balancing act.
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Property Management

A Property Manager’s Guide to Concrete Project Management

A body is nothing without a head to guide it. The same principle stands regarding the success of a construction project. The effective implementation of such a task relies greatly on you, the project manager. Your responsibilities may be summarized as ensuring that a project is executed smoothly, from checking that a project complies with industry standards and fulfills the stakeholders’ expectations to making sure that it stays within budget and finishes on time.
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