Two Options For Transporting Concrete Long Distances And How They May Benefit Your Construction Projects

Concrete is a temperamental product that needs to be warm and fairly wet so that it does not solidify. If you need to transport concrete long distances, you may think that your only option is transporting it in a cement mixer truck. However, there are at least two other options for moving or transporting concrete long distances. They are as follows, in addition to how each may benefit your construction projects. Read More 

3 Simple Ways To Incorporate Concrete Into Your Kitchen

Many homeowners are striving to give their living space an industrial feel. If you want your own kitchen to have a more industrial aesthetic, the incorporation of concrete into your interior design could be beneficial. Here are three simple projects that will allow you to let concrete make your home's kitchen industrial-chic in the future. 1. Concrete Countertop Homeowners are often surprised to discover that concrete can be used to create a unique and durable kitchen countertop. Read More 

Advantages Of A Concrete Patio

Are you tired of dealing with the uneven brick pavers of your patio that  creating a tripping hazard? It might be time for you to invest in getting a new patio constructed with a different type of material. Concrete is a great material to consider for your patio for many different reasons. This article will explain some of the advantages of getting a concrete patio constructed. 1. No Weeds Growing Between Cracks Read More 

Some Tips To Add Some Class To Your Boring Concrete Patio

If you have a concrete patio that has no type of finish on it, such as stamps, color, or any type of textures, your patio may look boring. If so, you can liven it up and give it some class by adding a motif, a stain, or decorative overlay. Below are some tips on how you can do this. Your patio will look amazing when it is finished. Motif When you add a motif, the design is engraved into the surface of the concrete. Read More 

Drainage Options For A Concrete Patio

A common issue, especially in wet climates or low-lying backyards, is puddling and pooling on top of the patio slab. Not only does this make the patio a wet mess, it can lead to damage. This is because the constant moisture exposure weathers the concrete prematurely. It can also make issues like mildew and mold growth more severe. Fortunately, there are options for overcoming puddling problems. Option #1: Drainage strips Read More