Why You Should Never Attempt Floor Sawing Without Proper Concrete Scanning

Posted on: 14 December 2019

Today, GPR (ground penetrating radar) technology is prevalent in the construction industry. It helps locate various subsurface perils and avoid severe damages and injuries. The scanning process can help contractors discover live power lines, rebar, conduits, underground utilities and pipes while they are still underground.  But why should you perform concrete scanning before proceeding with your floor sawing project? The following are the main reasons why: Safety Considerations During your concrete sawing project, you can encounter potential hazards or damage a vital subsurface object.
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How to arrange the hire of a concrete pumping truck

Posted on: 4 September 2019

Concrete pumping is one of the most effective ways of pouring concrete on your building site. By using concrete pumping, you can sure of delivering the right amount of concrete exactly where you need it. You can also have confidence that the concrete will be ready exactly when you need it. Pumping ensures that there will be no delays waiting for the concrete to be mixed or for it to be transported across your site.
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Why Precast Concrete Is Beneficial in Commercial Kerbing

Posted on: 9 April 2019

Concrete kerbing is meant to fulfil different functions in commercial property. These structures can be installed to separate parking lots and driveways from the lawn and sidewalks. With concrete kerbing, the safety of the people who work or visit your commercial property will be maintained. Commercial kerbing can also be used to support the pavements or channel run-off water into the storm drains. Moreover, they increase the property's aesthetic appeal for a finished, formal landscape.
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Sealing Tips for Your Exposed Aggregate Concrete Walkways

Posted on: 20 January 2019

Expose aggregate concrete is one of the best ways of finishing your walkways and patios. It makes the surface look great and feel unique. It has a durable texture that makes it suitable for various improvement projects, especially areas that require 'tough' finishes. When pouring the exposed aggregate finish, your builders lay at least six inches of concrete form. The base layer acts as a foundation for the aggregate. After that, the builders spread the gravel evenly using shovels and rakes.
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