The Story of Concrete

How Synthetic Diamond Blades Are Used To Repair Potholes

Asphalt is an amazing material because of how hard it is. However, due to the hardness of asphalt, it can also be difficult to cut through when you need to replace a broken asphalt slab. In the past, asphalt needed diamond blades to be able to cut through the material. However, there are fortunately synthetic diamonds that can also get the job done at a lower cost. The Characteristics of Asphalt Read More 

3 Types Of Asphalt Driveway Sealers You Should Know

Asphalt seal coating is a low-cost way to repair your asphalt driveway and extend its life. With multiple grades and brands available, choosing a suitable sealer isn't always easy. Your paving contractor can help you select the right sealer based on your driveway's condition and the degree of protection needed.  Check out three different types of sealers you can consider for your asphalt surface. Asphalt Sealer Asphalt driveway sealers consist of the same material used on your driveway. Read More 

3 Benefits Of Using Precast Concrete On A New Apartment Build

If you're about to start work on a new apartment building, then you have to decide how to use concrete on the site. While you can pour as you work, you can also buy precast concrete. What are the advantages of taking the precast route? 1. Faster Completion Times Even if your crew has experience in pouring concrete for this kind of build, onsite concreting takes some time. For example, you might have to wait to get the equipment you need on site, especially if you need to hire specialty pumps. Read More 

How A Residential Concrete Contractor Can Install Attractive Stamped Concrete Walkways In Your Yard

If you want walkways on your property to keep people from walking on and killing your grass, you might want to hire a residential concrete contractor to put in stamped concrete to give the walkways an attractive appearance. With stamping and added color, your walkways could look like they're made of red bricks, flagstone, or any other type of stone or tiles. Here's how concrete stamping is done. Build The Walkways Read More 

Residential Concrete Mudjacking Services Can Lift Your Foundation Or Any Other Sunken Slab

If you're dealing with a sunken concrete slab, whether it's your patio, foundation, sidewalk, or driveway, consider calling a residential concrete mudjacking service to raise the slab and make it level again. Mudjacking is a simple way to raise sunken concrete, and it's much less labor-intensive than busting up the slab to replace it. Here are things you might want to know about residential concrete mudjacking. Know When Mudjacking Is Suitable Read More