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When it rains, does your garage fill with water? If this is something that has happened for many years, you maybe didn't even realize that it isn't something that should happen. Our blog will show you how some concrete can put a stop to the drainage issues that result in the wet floor in your garage. We will provide you with several suggestions that can help you find a solution to the water that will eventually damage the concrete flooring in your garage. Hopefully, the information we have provided here will be as helpful to you as it has been to others.

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How To Paint Your Concrete Basement Floor

14 February 2018
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If you have a plain concrete floor in your basement, you might be considering having that floor surfaced and painted to improve its appearance. While there are companies that do this professionally, you can probably tackle the project yourself if you have basic home improvement skills and some patience. Here are the basic steps for doing so. Step 1: Clean the Floor If the floor is not perfectly clean, your filler and paint will not adhere to the concrete. Read More …

Learn How To Level Rooms In Your Home That Have Different Heights

4 December 2017
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When you purchase a home that has floors that are at different levels, you may want to consider leveling them. This can be a great way to make your home a more cohesive space and limit the chances of someone falling when they try to go from room to room. The following guide walks you through a few things to know about making all of the rooms in your home the same level. Read More …

3 Tips For A Successful Crane Rental

1 October 2017
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Completing a construction project often requires the use of a crane. Cranes play an invaluable role in lifting heavy loads, but investing in the purchase of a crane can be costly. To help ensure continued access to a crane without the financial responsibilities of ownership, many construction companies opt to rent cranes for individual jobs. Here are three tips that you can use to ensure your next crane rental is a successful one. Read More …

FAQ About Concrete Retaining Walls

12 December 2016
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Is the bottom area of your house covered in stains from water rolling off the hilly landscape? When rainwater sits against a house for a long time, it can actually lead to the foundation becoming damaged. Unless you intend on getting the hills leveled out, it is wise to invest in getting a concrete retaining wall constructed. This article will cover some of the things that you might want to know in regards to concrete retaining walls. Read More …

Choosing Between Concrete And Asphalt Driveway Material

30 November 2016
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Concrete and asphalt are two of the most common options for driveway material, so how can you choose between the two? Here are some questions to ask yourself to help you distinguish one choice over the other. Are You Willing to Do Maintenance? Although both of these options are prized partly for their low maintenance status, concrete is more low maintenance than asphalt. Concrete can stand its own ground for many years, while asphalt owners will need to hire a contractor every few years to reseal the surface of the driveway. Read More …