How To Use Concrete For Soil Stabilization

16 May 2019
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Having stable ground is important for a wide array of construction, renovation, remediation, demolition, and landscaping projects. Unfortunately, the topography of an area doesn't always lend itself to people's goals. Time can also undo a number of locations that have been previously deemed stable. One soil stabilization solution that's frequently used is concrete. Let's take a look at how it might figure into your next project. Signs of Instability Unstable soil is frequently not discovered until after work is begun or even completed at a site. Read More 

4 Steps To Prevent Foundation Damage This Winter

3 December 2018
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When winter arrives, your foundation will be at risk for serious cold-weather damage. Most people don't think about their foundation when they take steps to winterize their homes. If you haven't taken steps to protect your foundation this winter, it's time to get started on that. Here are four strategies you can use to protect your foundation from winter damage. 1. Don't Overlook the Small Cracks If you have small cracks your foundation, you need to have those repaired as quickly as possible. Read More 

Mistakes To Avoid When Attempting To Saw A Concrete Slab On Your Patio

11 October 2018
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If part of your concrete patio is damaged, you may decide to take it upon yourself to remove the damaged area and pour new cement. However, before you start cutting into your patio, make sure you avoid the following mistakes when attempting to saw through the concrete slab. Forgetting to Wear Personal Protection Before you even pick up the saw to start cutting, you need to make sure you are thoroughly protected. Read More 

A Pea Gravel Driveway Is An Affordable And Attractive Option You Can Install Yourself

1 May 2018
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If your property needs a new driveway but you don't have much money to spend, then you should think about using pea gravel. Pea gravel is less expensive than other driveway materials and you might even be able to install it yourself. Here are some tips for installing a pea gravel driveway. Choose The Gravel Color Pea gravel comes in a variety of colors. The rocks are small, round, and attractive. Read More 

Three Types Of Concrete Trench Cutters And What They Do

27 December 2017
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Would it not be nice to just use a singular piece of equipment to cut a perfect trench in your yard for whatever you need it for? Guess what? Such machines exist! Concrete trench cutting, the business of cutting trenches into which concrete is poured, has been a reality for decades, but it is not a service that most homeowners have heard about. It is typically a commercial building service for the purpose of pouring a foundation or slab foundation. Read More