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When is Rubberized Asphalt Used?
July 7, 2016
If you drive a car, it’s likely that you’ve had to replace the tires on your car from time to time over the life of the vehicle. With four tires on every car, and replacements happening every day, it’s no surprise that experts suggest approximately 290 million tires are disposed of every year. Even worse, […]
Is It Time for a New Driveway?
June 9, 2016
If you’re like most homeowners, maintaining the value and appearance of your home is one of your top priorities. It’s likely that your home is the greatest investment you’ll ever make, so caring for it and making it your own is one of the many perks of home ownership. When it comes to home improvement […]
Concrete Crack Repair: What to Do
June 2, 2016
Concrete cracks are common in areas all across the United States. In some regions, cracked concrete is common because of soil erosion. Other areas suffer from a dry and hot climate which causes soils under the concrete to dry and shrink. Whatever the case may be, cracked concrete is not something that most homeowners want […]
Recycled Tires to be Used in Asphalt Mixture
May 12, 2016
Since the 1960’s, recycled rubber from scrap tires have been used by the paving industry as a component of asphalt mixtures. Rubberized asphalt is an environmentally friendly, high-performance alternative to traditional paving materials. Why Use a Rubberized Asphalt Mixture? Cracks and potholes in asphalt are caused by traffic loads, fluctuating temperatures, and shifting materials beneath […]
Examining the Full Impact of Asphalt Plant
May 4, 2016
In California, Calaveras County officials are requiring a full environmental impact report be prepared before operation begins at a proposed hot asphalt batch plant near Valley Springs at Hogan Quarry. Led by the Calaveras County Air Pollution Control District, the report will include more than the effect on air pollution, and encompass other potential impacts […]
How to Create a Concrete Stain
June 29, 2015
Most concrete projects can be made to be do-it-yourself if you have the time and energy. If you want to use concrete stains, you can even make them yourself. Now, before you begin making your own concrete stains to use, consider that a professional will be able to give you exactly what you need without […]
Do You Need to Waterproof Concrete?
June 24, 2015
Do You Need to Waterproof Concrete? Waterproofing helps shield concrete from the elements, creating a barrier that repels water and prolongs the life of the surface. Here’s what you should know about this important process. Why Should You Waterproof Concrete? If you have a concrete garage, patio or driveway, it’s best to protect it with […]
How to Make Concrete Waterproof
June 23, 2015
While water is an important part of mixing concrete, once concrete has set, it serves little purpose for its overall well-being over time. In fact, many homeowners wants to waterproof concrete to ensure it lasts well beyond its shelf life. You can waterproof concrete but it can be expensive in some cases. Let’s look at […]
How to Maintain Concrete Floors
June 22, 2015
If you’ve recently installed concrete floors in your home, your concrete professional should’ve gone over what you need to do to maintain your floors long-term. Depending on the type of floors you installed, this can be as easy as using a broom or mop. In other cases, you may need to use special cleaners or […]
How to Sweep Concrete
June 19, 2015
Depending on the type of concrete you’re sweeping, it’s actually easier said than done. Concrete isn’t as easy to clean as many believe it is. Sometimes when sweeping concrete, you need more than just a broom and dust pan. If you need to sweep concrete, we have some tips and tricks for you to make […]
What Is A Concrete Retaining Wall?
June 18, 2015
In landscaping and construction, there are often natural obstacles that require man-made workarounds to overcome. One of these obstacles is the presence of soil and the potential for it to shift over time, causing undesirable outcomes. Depending on the lay of the land, a concrete retaining wall may be the best solution for unwanted soil […]
How to Clean Concrete
June 16, 2015
It may seem like a simple question, but do you really know how to clean concrete? If you have concrete flooring or any surface of concrete in or out of your home, do you clean it regularly? If so, how? Cleaning concrete isn’t as simple as you may think. Here’s some tips and tricks to […]
How to Polish Concrete
June 12, 2015
If you’re a homeowner, you know your home needs maintenance. You may set aside some time every year to take care of things around your home, including your concrete floors. Polishing concrete is harder than it may seem, especially if it’s your first time doing it. Even concrete needs some maintenance. Let’s look at how […]
Where to Buy Concrete Sealing
June 11, 2015
Taking on your own concrete and cement project? Not sure where to start when it comes to buying materials for it? We can help! We’ve put together some tips and tricks for finding the perfect concrete sealing for your next project. Where to Buy Concrete Sealing for Your Next Project There’s two ways to buy […]
Which Type of Concrete Sealer Do You Need?
June 8, 2015
If you’re taking on a concrete project yourself, you may have many questions. With careful planning and consulting a professional, you can take on any concrete project with ease. One of the questions you want to ask yourself is whether or not your project needs a concrete sealer. Let’s look at what type of sealer […]
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