Erosion Control Methods for a Residential Property

Posted on: 23 June 2017

It's very important that a homeowner be concerned about erosion control, as losing too much moisture from your property's soil can make it soft and dusty; in turn, that soil may not be able to support the weight of your home, and the structure begins to shift and settle. This can cause cracks along walls, floors, ceilings, and even the foundation. It's also very difficult to grow any vegetation in soil that is overly dry, so your grass and landscaping my not thrive if you don't control any erosion on your property. [Read More]

2 Unique And Visually Stunning Concrete Driveway Ideas Using Exposed Aggregate

Posted on: 22 June 2017

Concrete is a popular choice for new driveways. It's easy to understand why, it's incredibly durable, readily available, and cost-effective. If the thought of a concrete driveway doesn't sound all that inspiring, you'll be pleased to know that there are many creative and unique options to make your driveway a bit less ordinary. Exposed aggregate is an excellent choice for a decorative driveway look. The small pieces of stone or pebbles that are used as a binding material are exposed by eroding the top layer of concrete before it has completely cured. [Read More]

Types of Cast Concrete Building Products

Posted on: 18 June 2017

The construction industry has been using concrete as a building material for around 2,000 years. Large, historic buildings, such as the Colosseum in Rome, are made from multiple concrete sections standing on one another. However, the modern construction sector uses concrete in much more sophisticated ways. As well as poured concrete (which hardens on site inside moulds) there are precast products which are designed to be transported to site fully made. Castings often save lots of time and effort to put together. [Read More]

The Outstanding Advantages of Re-Flooring With Polished Concrete

Posted on: 17 June 2017

If you are looking to remodel your home in an attempt to spruce up its appearance, you may have considered re-flooring the various rooms. Homeowners will pick flooring supplies such as timber or vinyl, then have their contractors install them to enhance the aesthetics of the space. However, since most types of subfloors are made of concrete, you may want to consider re-flooring using polished concrete. Not only is thus a more affordable approach to re-flooring your home, but the following are some of the additional benefits you would enjoy by opting or polished concrete: [Read More]