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Options for Pool Deck Resurfacing

by on Apr 16, 2013 in Blog

Old school thinking is that when your concrete becomes discolored, cracked or uneven, you must rip out the old and replace it with new! This is no longer necessarily the case as many new technological advancements in pool deck resurfacing have become available. Many of these options are far less costly and infinitely less disruptive. Determine your Pool Deck Resurfacing Options In many cases, there will be a variety of opportunities in resurfacing pool decks at your...

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Concrete Flooring Stains

by on Mar 25, 2013 in Blog

Staining concrete is one of the most popular applications for developing and changing simple concrete slabs. Frequently tagged as colored concrete, homeowners, designers and builders are drawn to stained concrete because of the distinctive results that can be accomplished by merging colors, application techniques, and timing on cement flooring and other substrates. The results are restricted only by the imagination of those involved in the stained concrete process. Due to...

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Art of Concrete Repair

by on Feb 19, 2013 in Blog

Concrete is used on all different types of surfaces; patios, porches, flooring, garages etc. It can look great and it has a lot of benefits, but as with anything, over time it may become cracked or damaged. There are a lot of different ways that concrete repair can fix existing damages, prevent damages from occurring in the future and also give your current concrete surfaces a visual overhaul. Concrete repair is a bit of an art, so it’s best that you get a hold of a...

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Getting to Know More about Epoxy

by on Jan 17, 2013 in Blog

Basically, epoxy is composed of two liquid substances. When mixed together, they can serve as glue or as a filling for gaps. Unlike other super glues, epoxy doesn’t possess a strong odor. When epoxies are used, the person will not have to worry about sticking the glue to his/her hands. A stick can be used for application. This is possible for epoxy since various brands have different curing times. One brand may harden faster than the others. Using a quick hardening epoxy...

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Crack the Code: What to Do with Cracked Basement Floors in 6 Easy Steps

by on Dec 14, 2012 in Blog

Cracks form in concrete surfaces due to several factors, most common of which are the freezing and thawing of water as the seasons change, and wear and tear.  The parts of the home that are usually affected by these are the patio, the driveway and the basement. If cracks appear in the basement, it is particularly important to determine if it is caused by the freezing and thawing of water as it can cause seepage and flooding when the crack gets large enough. STEP 1: Assess...

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Resurfacing Garage Floors 101

by on Nov 15, 2012 in Blog

After several years of everyday abuse, it is more likely than not that a garage floor’s old beauty is gone. What exists now is a pitted one, with surfaces peeling, and simply chipping away because of old age. Learning how to properly resurface is something that will be useful when some transformations are needed through some quick easy fix. Resurfacing garage floors 101 means knowing how to prepare, what tools and materials are to be used, and how to do the re-surfacing...

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