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Posted on: 9 October 2017
Maybe you haven't heard of recycled asphalt, but it's high time you did, especially if you need to have your driveway done in the future. Recycled asphalt is made from asphalt material that has been removed from damaged or worn surfaces. That material can then

Posted on: 5 October 2017
Proper concrete cutting is vital for any concrete contractor. It encompasses producing precise and accurate cuts while cutting through concrete material. Making efficient, perfect cuts helps make modifications to a concrete structure without compromising its s

Posted on: 27 September 2017
The high durability that concrete provides makes it a favourite building supply for exterior applications. Nonetheless, despite this inherent stability, it is inevitable for cracks to develop in the concrete. There are two main categories of breaks that you sh

Posted on: 27 September 2017
Concrete is a popular flooring solution for patios due to the high durability that the material provides. Some homeowners may even consider leaving the concrete unfinished in an attempt to add a rustic aesthetic to the exterior space. Although unfinished concr

Posted on: 27 September 2017
If you're building a new warehouse or refurbishing an older one, you may have heard that concrete flooring is the best choice. While that's true, you don't have to settle for the most basic concrete available. Shrinkage-compensating concrete is a special type

Posted on: 25 September 2017
Concrete is a very durable material, which is why is it often used to construct kerbs. However, it is not completely indestructible and can deteriorate in certain circumstances. Read on to find out more about two things that often cause damage to concrete kerb

Posted on: 22 September 2017
If your concrete floors have started to look drab, you may be considering re-flooring your property to boost the kerb appeal. Although this may be a sound idea, it will cost an arm and a leg to replace all your floors. A more economical approach would be utili