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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.


How to Determine What Is Really Damaging Your Concrete

2 November 2018
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If you constantly end up with cracks or potholes in your concrete, you need to stop filling in the damaged area and figure out what is causing the damage in the first place so you can stop the constant repair cycle. #1 Keep Track of Repairs First, you need to keep a repair log for your concrete. In this repair log, you want to write down when you noticed the damage and when you fixed the damage. Read More …

You Have Different Options When It Comes To Patio Material

8 June 2018
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If you are getting your backyard all ready for the summer and you want to have a place where you can cook out and enjoy yourself, you may want to consider having a patio put in. Whether you put it right up against your house or find the best view on your property, a patio can give you a nice flat spot to put your table and chairs, your grill, or whatever else you want so that you can enjoy your backyard during the summer. Read More …

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 …