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Connor's Guide to Concrete Welcome to my new blog! My name is Connor and this my concrete blog. Concrete may seem like a pretty boring subject. But it is only boring if you do not understand the incredible possibilities. When the interior designer I was working with suggested that I install some concrete inside my home I thought he was crazy. I thought concrete was only used for the floor of your garage, your carport or for a patio area. However, when I saw the possibilities that polished concrete offered me in terms of looks and functionality, I was sold! I hope you like my blog.

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