Why Exposed Aggregate Is Ideal For Any Residence

Posted on: 7 June 2016

When making a selection of materials to use for your home's flooring, you will find you are inundated with a wide array to choose from. However, although some materials are popular due to their conventional appeal, it does not automatically make them the most durable option for your home. If you are looking for something that is both hardy as well as aesthetically pleasing, then you should consider exposed aggregate flooring. [Read More]

4 Common Mistakes to Avoid When Pouring a Concrete Slab

Posted on: 7 June 2016

If you are planning on installing a concrete patio in your backyard, and doing it as a DIY project, there are some important things to know first. The following list includes some common mistakes that people tend to do when attempting this type of work themselves. Consider these mistakes and decide whether it might be better to hire a professional. Discolouraton or Non-Uniform Colour If you are using a ready mix concrete, and you use the same one for the entre patio, it should be the same colour. [Read More]

Some of the Most Common Concrete Crack Repair Mistakes Homeowners Make

Posted on: 6 June 2016

Fixing cracks and chips in your home's driveway isn't always difficult, but it does take a bit of know-how and planning to get it done right. Many homeowners make the mistake of thinking they can do the job of experts without actually learning how to repair concrete effectively, so their repair job doesn't last. Note a few of the most common concrete crack repair mistakes made by homeowners so you can avoid these yourself or determine if it's best to have a contractor handle the repairs for you. [Read More]

Solutions for Your Old Concrete Floor

Posted on: 4 June 2016

In a supermarket, warehouse, or even a garage at home, a concrete floor is common because it's strong and durable and lasts for many years even under heavy traffic. However, this doesn't mean concrete is indestructible and will never suffer chips and cracks or that it will never start looking old and worn. Concrete will crack simply due to age, and a painted concrete surface can also start to chip and even look faded over time. [Read More]