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The Perfect Pour: A Website About Concrete

Concrete has so many different applications. It is often used to make poured foundations and basements. Most pools are made from concrete, and it is a mainstay for patios and sidewalks. The concrete industry is a big and vast one, and we have a real passion for their work. That's why we created this website Here, we are proud to present articles on concrete-related topics. You will learn all about the various projects these companies are set up to tackle and the steps you can take if you want to have a concrete slab poured on your property. Concrete is hard, but learning more about it does not have to be!

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Why You Might Want to Build Your New Home With ICFs (Insulated Concrete Forms)
9 June 2021

Are you looking into building your first or next h

2 Tips To Keep In Mind When Buying Ready-Mix Concrete For A DIY Project
5 May 2021

If your upcoming do-it-yourself project requires t

Questions To Ask Before Getting Residential Concrete Pumping Services
31 March 2021

Most people today, particularly those constructing

Uneven Slabs: Replace or Re-Level?
25 January 2021

Concrete slabs should be level on the surface, but

Concrete Surface Repair Recommendations And Tips For Your Property's Pavement
22 January 2021

Concrete provides you with a stable and attractive

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Why You Might Want to Build Your New Home With ICFs (Insulated Concrete Forms)

Are you looking into building your first or next home? If your builder is letting you customize the new structure, one of your first considerations might be what type of materials to use, and that includes the frame that the house will be supported by. While a wooden frame is of course the traditional choice, more homeowners and builders are using ICFs or insulated concrete forms to create the house's walls and frame. Read More 

2 Tips To Keep In Mind When Buying Ready-Mix Concrete For A DIY Project

If your upcoming do-it-yourself project requires the use of concrete, you can use ready-mix concrete instead of having to pay a contractor to deliver a load of prepared concrete to your property. Here are a couple of tips to follow when buying ready-mix concrete that will help ensure convenience and success for your DIY project: Find a Dry Place to Store It If you will not be using your ready-mix concrete as soon as you get it home, it is important to find a dry place to store it until it is ready to be used. Read More 

Questions To Ask Before Getting Residential Concrete Pumping Services

Most people today, particularly those constructing residential buildings, are choosing to use concrete pump trucks for their projects. Residential concrete pumping is preferred because it promotes fast and easy placement, doesn't expose workers to a muddy mess, reduces concrete wastage, and minimizes labor expenses. If you have a construction project, you should seek residential concrete pumping services to enjoy these benefits. But before you assign the job to a reliable concrete contractor in your locality, it's vital to ask several questions to understand how the project will run. Read More 

Uneven Slabs: Replace or Re-Level?

Concrete slabs should be level on the surface, but sometimes they end up being rough or uneven for several reasons. These slabs should be leveled so that people walking over them don't trip, and so that any carts being wheeled over them don't wobble and fall. If the concrete lines a driveway, you don't want to damage the shock absorbers by making vehicles drive over a very bumpy surface. You need to make that concrete surface more level, and there are a couple of ways you can go about it. Read More 

Concrete Surface Repair Recommendations And Tips For Your Property’s Pavement

Concrete provides you with a stable and attractive pavement for your home and property while improving your property value. However, age, improper installation, time, and weather conditions can cause your concrete to crack and fail, leaving your concrete's structure and surface with damage and an ugly appearance that brings down your home's value and leaves you with a tripping hazard and liability. Here are some recommendations to help you improve the appearance and condition of your concrete surface. Read More