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Identifying Concrete Problems

Although it might not seem like a big deal, issues with the concrete around your house can cause big problems in the long run. A single rogue crack can turn into a leaky basement in no time, which is part of the reason I started focusing so much on evaluating concrete issues. I realized that by identifying problems early, I could have them addressed proactively to resolve the problem. This website is all about identifying issues with your concrete so that you can get things fixed quickly the first time around. Read more about concrete issues on this blog and why they are so dangerous.

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How To Patch And Glaze Concrete
2 March 2018

If you have concrete on your property, whether it

How To Preserve Your Concrete Surfaces
12 February 2018

Keeping up your concrete can be a little time cons

Cutting Concrete? 3 Tips To Ensure You Do It Right
12 February 2018

Cutting through a slab or wall of concrete can be

A Guide To Colored Concrete
11 February 2018

If you are installing concrete on your property, y

Why Concrete Flooring Could Be A Good Choice For Your New Restaurant Building
10 February 2018

If you're planning to construct a new building for

How To Patch And Glaze Concrete

If you have concrete on your property, whether it is an exposed foundation, garage floor, sidewalk, or just your driveway, you have to be willing to invest in some basic care and maintenance over the years. That is, concrete is almost certainly going to crack a little bit over time. The colors are also going to fade, making your concrete look old and dirty. But, there is a way they you can breathe new life into an old slab of concrete. Read More 

How To Preserve Your Concrete Surfaces

Keeping up your concrete can be a little time consuming. That is, if you want your concrete surfaces to look as new and clean as possible, you need to invest in a little bit of maintenance over the years. This is mostly simple DIY maintenance, and it isn't very time consuming. This article explains how cleaning your concrete and instantly repairing small cracks is going to keep it looking nice and new. Read More 

Cutting Concrete? 3 Tips To Ensure You Do It Right

Cutting through a slab or wall of concrete can be very complicated. With the proper equipment and skills, it is possible to do it yourself. Aside from wearing protective gear, here are three tips to help you as you perform your next concrete cutting project: Tip #1: Use the Right Saw Unless you are a professional, you may not realize that there are many different variations of concrete saws, and choosing the right saw for your concrete project is vital to success. Read More 

A Guide To Colored Concrete

If you are installing concrete on your property, you might not have thought of all the great options available. That is, most people just choose a traditional, gray, Portland mix. However, there are quite a few great options available to choose if you want to pour something that is a little more stylish. Colored Concrete A colored concrete product can be an attractive upgrade from a traditional gray mix. For instance, you can find a subtle color that matches with the other colors on your property. Read More 

Why Concrete Flooring Could Be A Good Choice For Your New Restaurant Building

If you're planning to construct a new building for your restaurant, one important consideration is the type of flooring you'll choose. While you want something that will impress your customers and reflect your restaurant's decorating theme, you also want flooring that is easy to maintain. Stain resistance and ease of cleaning is important for a restaurant floor, and concrete flooring could be the best solution. It may take coordination between your builder, commercial concrete contractor, and interior designer to bring the floor to life, but a well-designed concrete floor could turn into one of the most attractive features in your building. Read More