How to Care for Your Concrete

Answering a Few Common Questions About Underground Water Tanks

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Underground water tanks are used by production facilities as well as by homeowners; storing rainwater can mean reducing the amount of fresh water needed for a company’s production process and for jobs like hosing down concrete or the outside of a house or other structure. If you’re considering investing in an underground water tank for your home or for a business you own, note a few commonly asked questions about these tanks, and this can help you decide on the right type for your property and your water storage needs. Read More»

2 Ways To Reuse An Old Concrete Slab In Your Garden

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If you’ve decided to tear down your old and ramshackle garden shed, then you may think the dilapidated concrete slab that it’s sitting on will be the next thing to go. Digging up concrete can be an arduous and time-consuming task and then you’ll need to dispose of the old concrete, which is even more hard work to complete. Instead of removing the old concrete slab, you can use it to create a new feature in your garden. Read More»

Luxury for Less: Three Cost-Cutting Alternatives for Your Home

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Everybody would love to have an unlimited budget with which to decorate their home.  Unfortunately, for most households, that’s simply not the case; you need to keep your costs limited, and that can mean you have to compromise on many areas of your home, giving up on any of your more luxurious ideas.  However, you’d be surprised how easy it is to replicate some expensive trends and styles with cheaper alternatives. Read More»

Ways Your Pool Deck Will Benefit From Exposed Aggregate

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Flooring materials for your pool deck are a critical consideration to make. Your choice of flooring will not only impact the safety of your pool area, but it will also dictate the rate at which you would have to undertake repairs due to the extensive amount of moisture the flooring will be exposed to. Thus, it is not uncommon to find homeowners selecting concrete as their choice material, as it is both durable and hardwearing. Read More»

Concrete Pumping: Things to Consider Before Unfolding and Positioning A Boom

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Whether you are doing commercial or residential concrete pumping, safety should be the number-one concern. The secure positioning of the pumping truck and the boom is critical, as incorrect positioning can lead to fatal injuries at worst and a terrible pumping job at best. Before the truck is stabilized and the boom unfolded to pump concrete, the pumping team should ensure that all safety precautions are taken to avoid accidents. Below are three things to consider before positioning the boom. Read More»