Follow These Guidelines for the Proper Maintenance of Your Asphalt Driveway

Posted on: 8 November 2018

The driveway is one of the factors that contribute to your home's curb appeal. When the entrance is in excellent condition, you will have a more comfortable time driving into and out of your garage, the resale value of your home will be promising, and you will not need to deal with extreme weather complications such as an impassable driveway in the winter. There are many materials used in the making of entrances. [Read More]

Need To Install Pervious Concrete on Parking Lot? Contract Experienced Commercial Concreters

Posted on: 8 January 2018

Some communities in Australia and around the world are taking note of the harm conventional concrete is doing to the environment and water quality. As rainwater falls on impermeable concrete pavements such as on parking lots, it flows away as runoff and may drain into rivers laden with polluting oil and other chemicals.  Communities are now constructing pervious concrete parking lots so that when it rains, the water penetrates the rock structure and gets into the ground instead of flowing away contaminated. [Read More]

How to Repair Small Cracks on a Concrete Driveway

Posted on: 24 October 2017

Concrete is a popular choice of construction material for many residential and commercial driveways because it is durable, readily-available, eco-friendly and cost-efficient over the long-term. Although concrete driveways are durable, they can develop small cracks over time due to weathering and the extremes of everyday use. When you begin seeing cracks on your concrete driveway, you will need to carry out prompt repairs. This would make the repair job easier to perform, as cracks tend to become larger with time if left unattended. [Read More]

How to Prevent Hose Whip During Concrete Pumping

Posted on: 29 June 2017

Some property owners may be worried that "hose whip" will injure employees in an accident during concrete pumping. Such people may not know the measures that experienced concrete pump operators take to prevent such accidents from happening. This article discusses some of the steps that can be taken to prevent the delivery hose from moving uncontrollably (hose whip) during a concrete pour. Careful Selection of Concrete  Operators make sure that the concrete that they are going to pump is still in a fluid state. [Read More]