5 Tips to Help With Concrete Joint Sealing

Posted on: 4 June 2017

If you want a smooth look between concrete slabs, you may want to seal the joints. In order for this process to be as effective as possible, you need to prepare carefully. Here are some tips to help you   1. Wait Until the Concrete Is Set and Cured You can't seal the joints between the slabs until the concrete is fully set and cured. This doesn't just mean that the concrete is dry and ready to walk on.
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Two reasons to renovate your retail premises

Posted on: 2 June 2017

Renovating your premises can be expensive and time-consuming; however, in the vast majority of cases, the investment of time and money is worth it. Here are two reasons why you might want to consider having your commercial retail space renovated. To improve your business' reputation When a potential customer enters your premises, they immediately begin to make assumptions about the type of business you run, and how successful it is, based on the way that it looks.
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A Concrete Conundrum: How Should You Protect The Floor Of An Open Carport?

Posted on: 25 May 2016

Choosing an open-side carport over a full-blown garage extension can have many advantages, providing sturdy protection for your vehicle without entailing the significant costs of garage building. However, the exposed nature of an open carport does leave it more exposed to damage from the elements, and the concrete floor of your carport can be one of the first victims of long-term damage without a little care and attention. Concrete is obviously an extremely robust material, and will weather the everyday stresses and strains of car storage without a hitch.
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