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concrete projects to stop water seepage in your garage

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.


New Homeowner’s Guide: How to Reseal Your Concrete Driveway and Sidewalk

26 April 2016
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Now that spring has arrived, it's time to inspect your property for winter damage. Concrete is susceptible to the damage caused by the freeze and thaw cycles during the winter. The water from rain and melting snow drips into the porous surface of concrete driveways and sidewalks. The water turns into ice and expands when the freezing temperatures come. The ice will crack and break open the pores when it expands and cause the concrete surface to chip and crack. Read More …

What Should You Do About An Old Bathtub?

23 April 2016
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Because you use your bathtub daily, you may become blind to its faults. The scrapes and dings just become part of the landscape. However, not everyone is blind to the problem. Visitors can probably see what you can't: Your tub is bringing down the look of your entire bathroom. If you have this problem, you can choose from several options. New Tub A brand new tub itself does not cost that much. Read More …

Different Methods For Redesigning Your Kitchen’s Concrete Subflooring

22 April 2016
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Altering your concrete subflooring is a good way to replace the floor in your kitchen. By changing the concrete, you can minimize the supplies needed to complete the work. However, before altering the flooring, you need to more about the different design methods, so you can choose the right one for your kitchen. Stain It Your first option is to alter the color of the concrete. One way to do this is by staining the concrete the color of your choosing. Read More …

Unique Concrete Floor Designs To Update The Look Of Your Home

13 April 2016
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Concrete is a versatile material that has been used by interior designers for commercial construction for years. It can be molded, tinted, stamped and polished to look like a variety of other surfaces. This makes it a unique material for the floors in your home. When planning major remodeling projects in your home, consider using concrete to create some unique eye-catching floor designs.  Kitchen Concrete suppliers can tint the concrete to match the color of your kitchen cabinets or major appliances. Read More …

Concrete Lifting: What to Do Before, During, and After

6 October 2014
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Has your garage floor started to settle? Do you have outdoor steps sinking into the ground? Keep these steps in mind whenever you need concrete raised. 1. Caulk cracks. Surface cracks can let moisture seep into concrete, potentially damaging the concrete or eroding the soil under it. Apply commercially available caulk and a caulk gun to fix any visible splits in the concrete surface. You can use sand as filler in deep holes before you caulk. Read More …