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Concrete Facts

How to Fix Cracked Concrete

While concrete is known for being strong, that doesn’t make it indestructible. Even concrete laid carefully can be subject to cracks, which are costly and time-consuming to repair. When the need to repair a crack does arise, it must be done with serious and careful attention to avoid further issues. We will explore the reasons […]

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Dealing with Concrete Moisture

When concrete slabs, old and new, have moisture issues, it can be a serious problem in all kinds of construction projects. Bubbling, blistering, and blushing are all possible, especially for concrete that is being set for indoor use. However, just like finding the right concrete forms for sale, finding ways to address moisture in concrete […]

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Cold Weather Concreting

While concreting work can be done year-round, there are special considerations to make in extreme temperatures, both hot and cold. Any placement, finishing, curing, and protection of concrete in weather below 40 degrees Fahrenheit for longer than three days is considered cold weather concreting. Generally, cold weather concreting can be done effectively with the use […]

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8 Things You Need to Know About Glass Rebar

Traditionally, any concrete construction project you could imagine would have involved the use of steel rebar to provide the rigidity and structure necessary. However, the same rigidity that helps concrete forms can also have drawbacks, including the added weight of steel and its vulnerability to corrosion over time. Many modern concrete jobs instead use glass […]

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Fly Ash in Concrete

Fly ash is a fine powder, a byproduct of burning pulverized coal in electricity-generating power plants, and a pozzolan, or a substance that contains aluminous and siliceous material which forms cement when introduced to water. When mixed properly, fly ash forms a material similar to cement, making it suitable as a building material. When used […]

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Can You Add Water to Concrete On-Site?

Because concrete is one of the few building materials that can be impacted after transport, the addition of water to concrete is one of the biggest challenges faced by many construction sites today. Ready-to-mix concrete requires the addition of water, but many people prefer to do this after the product has arrived from the manufacturing […]

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