Garage Floor Need Resurfacing? Step-By-Step Instructions for Acid Etching

Posted on: 28 September 2016

If you do a lot of work inside your garage, you want to avoid stains. That can be difficult to do if your concrete hasn't been properly sealed. Before you apply a layer of sealant, you need to make sure that your concrete is prepared to accept the application. Smooth concrete may not be porous enough to allow for the proper absorption of sealant. To make sure your garage floor is protected against stains and water damage, you should acid etch the concrete before applying the sealant.
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Fixer Upper House That Needs Too Much Fixing Up? Clear It Out And Start Over

Posted on: 23 September 2016

If you have purchased a fixer upper house and soon realize it is going to take too much work to fix it up, you can clear it out and start over. This will get the home down to its bare bones so you will have access to everything you need. Below is some information that you should find helpful so you and your family will end up with a home that you love.
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Protecting Your Company's Workers When Slab Sawing Is Required Onsite

Posted on: 20 September 2016

If you own a business and need to arrange for part of a concrete surface at the business to be cut out and replaced, having a slab sawing company do the work can be quick. But it can also create additional safety issues for your regular workers if you don't make arrangements ahead of time. Even if the work time will be short, you have to take a few steps to ensure your regular workers don't end up with residual effects from the sawing.
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How To Save Time And Money By Repairing Your Concrete's Damaged Surface

Posted on: 16 September 2016

When areas of your concrete driveway or patio become damaged with surface cracking and flaking, you don't need to tear out the entire concrete surface for replacement. Repairing only the damaged sections of concrete can save you time and money. Here are instructions to help you make repairs to your concrete's surface damage. Remove the Damaged Surface Section To repair any sections of spalling concrete on your driveway or patio, first you need to cut into the concrete around the damaged areas, preparing to remove the damage.
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