Why Use Hollowcore Precast Concrete Floors in Your Office Build?

You have a few different ways to construct concrete floors when you're building an office building. You can pour and lay the concrete as you go along or construct panels on site. Alternatively, you can use precast concrete panels. Precast panels have some advantages on their own. If you use hollowcore panels, you get a few extra benefits. What are the advantages to your build? Installation Speed Precast concrete floor panels are manufactured offsite to meet your exact requirements. [Read More]

Choosing The Colour And Finish Of Your Exposed Aggregate Patio Flooring

Concrete makes for excellent patio flooring. Because it is durable and low maintenance, it can be decorated in limitless ways to coordinate with your home and the garden. One option, exposed aggregate, can be customised to match virtually any colour scheme. The surface can also be finished off with either a matte or polished look. Colouring The Concrete When creating exposed aggregate, you can select from a vast range of aggregates to create the specific look you want. [Read More]

Two Essential Reasons Why Periodically Sealing Your Exterior Concrete Is Vital

If you have recently laid concrete for your driveway, chances are your contractors sealed the surface once they were done with curing it. However, do not assume that sealing your concrete is a one-off procedure. As long as you have a concrete driveway, it is essential to engage in periodic sealing so that the existing surface is continuously being rejuvenated. Failure to stick to a routine sealing schedule will expose your concrete surfaces to many additional risk factors, and you will find yourself engaging in regular concrete repairs, whose costs can quickly accumulate. [Read More]

Tips to Consider Before Pouring a Concrete Floor in Your Shop

If you've got a large shop or a metal shed where you do car repairs, fix machinery, or take care of other tasks, you may want to add a concrete floor. That makes your space easier to work in, faster to clean, and more professional looking. Before you make the leap, however, you may want to consider the following. Don't Do It Yourself Small concrete jobs can be great for DIY projects, but if you have a large shop that holds several vehicles or machinery, that is simply too large for a novice to handle. [Read More]