Concrete Sinking Around Your House? Know How It Can Be Fixed
10 January 2017
Concrete is an affordable and durable material, but it is not impervious to damage. Improper installation techniques, weather, and time can cause concrete to become uneven. Thankfully, you can have uneven concrete repaired, but the method needed will depend on the location of the concrete. Here is how it can be fixed.
Uneven Interior Flooring
Is the concrete floor inside a room of your house uneven? If so, you'll need a concrete compound that is self-leveling to help you get everything even once again.
Demolish the Old Concrete to Make Way for a New Patio
3 November 2016
If you're tired of your old, ugly concrete patio, it might be better to tear out the concrete and start over rather than try to repair it and put on a new surface. That way, you can start from scratch and design an outdoor living space you truly love. The first step is to have a demolition contractor take out the concrete. Here are a few tips.
Plan the Project First
Five Important Aspects Of Concrete Contracting Service
28 October 2016
There are many concrete contractors out there, but when you are entrusting your home concrete job to someone you'll want to make sure that they are reliable. Here are some elements to look for in a great concrete contractor.
Depth of Capability
First of all, be sure that the contractor has enough depth of experience to cover the type of job you need. You may be tempted to approach the contractor in order to be told what types of patterns and textures they offer.
Tips To Spruce Up Your Concrete Next Spring
24 October 2016
Winter can wreak havoc on concrete surfaces, like your driveway, paths, and patio. Plan on sprucing up your spaces next spring for a summer filled with outdoor entertaining, lounging, and recreating with some concrete tips. Visit a hardware or home improvement store for supplies or contact a concrete contractor for an efficient and professional job repairing any damage that winter incurs.
Some other tips for refurbishing your concrete surfaces are: