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Guidelines to Ensure Your Commercial Kerbing Stays in Excellent Condition

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If you have just installed commercial kerbing in your property, your primary concern now should be how to ensure it stays in a perfect condition. One of the main reasons most residential and commercial premises install concrete kerbing is due to the minimal maintenance costs. However, this doesn’t mean the concrete kerbing won’t degrade with time, particularly if proper attention isn’t provided. Here are some tips you can employ to if you want to preserve your concrete kerbing’s condition.…

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Two tips for those who plan to have a concrete driveway laid during the autumn

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If a concrete contractor will be laying your new concrete driveway during the autumn, you should keep the following tips in mind. Prune the trees and rake the leaves in your garden before the contractor arrives A day or so before the contractor’s team arrive to lay the driveway, you should spend a few hours raking up the leaves and pruning back the trees in the area near the space where the driveway will be built.…

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Avoid These 3 Mistakes When Resurfacing Concrete

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Resurfacing concrete in the driveway is a cost-effective solution to cover up the damage and restore the concrete slab. There are homeowners who choose to do it themselves, and there those who would let a pro do it. Regardless of the reason that you choose to get the concrete resurfaced, there are common mistakes that you should avoid so the job is done right. Moreover, by knowing what these are, you will make sure that they will never happen to any of your friends or family.…

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The Various Techniques Used to Fix Damaged Concrete Driveways

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Concrete material makes durable driveway paving. But with daily exposure to weather elements and vehicular traffic, any concrete driveway is bound to get damaged at some point.  If you’ve installed a new concrete driveway in your home or commercial property, expect to see cracks, holes and other forms of damage on your paving over time. Knowing how to fix the damage is crucial to lengthening the lifespan of your driveway and getting the most out of it.…

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Critical Aspects to Consider When Renting a High-Quality Diamond Core Drill

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As a new concrete contractor, your choice of equipment determines the quality of work that is delivered to clients. Therefore, there is very little room for mistakes. For instance, you need to make careful considerations when renting a diamond core drill. Notably, a premium quality diamond core drill might be the difference between a successful project and a disappointed customer. Therefore, it is critical to approach the rental process with the seriousness it deserves.…

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The Versatility of Exposed Aggregate

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A great benefit of exposed aggregate is its versatility. You can install it inside or outside, in a home or in a commercial environment. Numerous finishes are available to tailor the surface to different settings. Its durability, too, makes it excellent for both high- and low-traffic areas. Ideal for Outside Exposed aggregate can undergo various treatments to render it non-slippery and so suitable for outdoors. Around a pool, in particular, a surface needs to be skid resistant to lessen the danger of slipping.…

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3 Pieces of Residential Concrete Cutting Advice

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Being a homeowner can sometimes seem like it is a never-ending process of fixing problem after problem with no end in sight. Sometimes these problems are self-inflicted, like when you decide to add on an extension or do structural work, and sometimes these problems just come out of nowhere, like cracks in the foundation or weird smells that come from nowhere. While lots of these problems can be fixed without the hassle of hiring professionals, there are some things you simply cannot fix without specialty equipment and knowledge, and this is never more obvious than it is with concrete cutting.…

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