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Five Tips for Choosing a Concrete Foundation for Your Manufactured Home

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If you are planning on purchasing a modular home and you starting to think about your foundation, there are several things you should know. Wondering what to consider? Here are some tips to keep in mind as you make your plans: 1. Opt for a basement or crawl space if possible. When putting a concrete foundation underneath a manufactured home, you have three options: a concrete slab, a crawlspace or a basement. Read More»

Tanked Up: Things To Consider When Having A Steel Rainwater Tank Fabricated

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Steel is an excellent material for rainwater tank construction, providing strength, longevity and security against algae, mosquito larvae and other outside contaminants. However, if you are having a steel rainwater tank fabricated to order, you may be overwhelmed by the dizzying array of choices and configurations available to you. As such, you should keep the following things in mind while specifying your new tank to make sure it fits your needs as closely as possible. Read More»

Common DIY Mistakes When Cutting Your Own Concrete

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Cutting through concrete might be needed if you want to install new plumbing pipes through your home’s basement or tear up your old concrete driveway to pour a new one. A homeowner can typically cut his or her own concrete with the right tools and a bit of patience, but it’s not as simple as cutting through wood. Note a few common DIY mistakes that are often made with concrete cutting so you can avoid these yourself, and ensure the job gets done right. Read More»

Pros of Installing Decorative Concrete on Your Sidewalk

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When it comes to the aesthetics of a residence, homeowners rarely pay attention to their sidewalk. This is why it is common to find sidewalks are paved with pain concrete since they are only viewed for their functionality rather than their attractiveness. This does not have to be the case though. If you are looking for ways to add some oomph to your premises, you should steer clear from the plain and boring concrete that is the staple for sidewalks. Read More»

Five Signs You Should Use Liquid Limestone for Your Next Project

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Wondering if it’s time to try liquid limestone rather than traditional cement for your next project? If you want to pave your driveway, add a patio, resurface the area around your pool or even cover a floor inside your home, liquid limestone is something you should consider. Here are a few signs it is right for you: 1. You want to save water. With the recent rainfall deficiencies and droughts through parts of Australia, the need to preserve water is growing stronger. Read More»

DIY Landscaping: Steps on How to Repair Concrete Garden Kerbing

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Concrete kerbing offers a cost-effective, decorative and functional landscaping option for effectively defining garden beds and tree surrounds in your home. Concrete kerbs are durable and can last for years; however, some factors, such as impact from mowing equipment or large tree branches during a storm can cause the concrete to wear and crack. Lack of proper maintenance can also cause the concrete curbs to lose their visual appeal. In this case, carrying out repairs can help restore the appearance and function of the concrete kerbs. Read More»

Questions You Might Have About Using Precast Concrete For New Construction Projects

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As a contractor or builder, you may have a wide variety of options when it comes to the materials you choose when building a new structure. Precast concrete is a great choice for any home or commercial building, for a wide variety of reasons. If you’ve never used precast concrete, note a few questions you might have about the material so you can determine if it’s a good option for your construction projects. Read More»