5 Reasons You Should Choose Concrete Kerbing

Posted on: 25 June 2020

Concrete kerbs are raised lines of concrete that separate gardens or pavements. While their design is often overlooked, their value cannot be underestimated. They add great aesthetic value to the landscape and are a great addition to your property.  Without kerbs, you might it difficult to maintain the edge of your lawn. However, concrete kerbing offers you an affordable and lasting solution to conveniently give your exterior space a lasting style.
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Types of Concrete Cracks That Concrete Specialists Help You Avoid

Posted on: 10 September 2019

Most commercial settings such as restaurants, hospitals, educational institutes, retail stores, industrial outlets and warehouses, among others, have concrete driveways. A well-maintained concrete driveway gives your business an upper hand in the business world and positions it to a competitive edge. Most business people install concrete driveways due to their structural design, performance, durability and their ability to make your business environment look appealing. Concrete driveway repairs are among the commercial concreting solutions that professional concrete specialists offer.
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Guidance For Maintaining a Delivery Area

Posted on: 6 December 2016

In retail and manufacturing industries, the goods-in process is one of the most crucial to get right. Even in places with more space, such as sports arenas and farmland, delivery areas can become cramped when several deliveries come at once. If your goods-in space has a yard with a limited amount of space – and most urban ones do in Australia – then take steps to ensure that accidents and bottlenecks don't occur which will have a knock on effect on the rest of the business.
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Five Things You Need to Know About Adding a Concrete Floor to a Modular Home

Posted on: 28 September 2016

If you want a polished concrete floor for your modular home, that can be possible. However, it isn't the norm, and as a result, you have to keep special things in mind. Here are some tips and ideas to consider: 1. The concrete floor will need to be poured on site In most cases, builders put the floors in modular homes before they deliver them to the building site. However, this doesn't make sense with a concrete floor as it's a heavy choice of flooring material and not ideal for transporting on a truck.
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