A Guide To Using Self-Leveling Floor Resurfacer

The preparation needed for many flooring jobs can often be a bigger headache than the actual installation of the flooring product. For instance, if you are going to install a tile, laminate, hardwood, or vinyl floor over a concrete subfloor, you need to make sure that the concrete is perfectly level, or the material could end up being uneven and weak. Many of these products are actually very easy to install, even for DIYers. Read More 

How to Fill Foundation Cracks

Most concrete foundations can and will crack over the years. Most small cracks are insignificant and nothing to worry about. However, if the crack starts to grow, and penetrate through your entire slab of concrete, it can make the foundation  vulnerable to water leaks through the bottom. This could be particularly problematic foundations in basements. So, if you have exposed foundations in your basement or garage that are cracking, it could be very helpful if you seal them with crack filler. Read More 

How To Fill Concrete Cracks

Concrete, whether it is a wall, housing foundation, or driveway, is going to crack overtime.This is inevitable, and it is usually caused by the shifting of the soil underneath. Small cracks, which are usually just cosmetic, don't pose any structural problems to your concrete slab, but you probably still want to fix them immediately because they are unsightly. This article explains what supplies you need and the best steps for properly filling cosmetic concrete cracks. Read More 

Adding On A Room? 3 Benefits Of Choosing Concrete Walls

If you are adding a room onto your home, you may have never thought about using concrete walls. This is because many people use drywall. You will be glad to hear that there are many benefits of using concrete walls instead of drywall, however. Below are three of these benefits so you can decide if you would like to use concrete for your new room: Easy to Use Concrete is easy for a building contractor to use. Read More 

Preventing Rust in Your Concrete Driveway

The addition of concrete to your home's driveway can make your property more accessible. While many homeowners think of concrete as a nearly indestructible material, the fact of the matter is that concrete structures are susceptible to rust. Learning some simple ways that you can prevent your concrete driveway from forming rust will allow you to keep your driveway structurally sound and aesthetically pleasing well into the future. 1. Rust-proof your driveway's support structure. Read More