Concrete sidewalks are very durable and last for a long time with little maintenance. However, there are still a few things that you can do in order to keep your concrete sidewalk from cracking or spalling (which is when chunks of concrete break away from the slab). Maintaining your concrete sidewalk is also very important for ensuring that it remains safe, as large cracks or an uneven surface can cause pedestrians to trip.
In your automotive shop, hard work is the name of the game. Unfortunately, evidence of your labor is often evident in the condition of the building, especially when it comes to the flooring. However, when customers walk into your shop, you want to ensure that your building looks good. If you have concrete floors in your auto shop, learn some strategies you can use to keep your floors looking better and lasting longer.
The best and easiest way for you to get stone and gravel is to pick it up yourself with your pickup truck. However, not everybody has a pickup truck. So, what is your next best option? The answer is delivery, of course! Here is what the various forms of stone delivery look like, depending on where you buy or get your gravel. Measured, Bagged, and on a Freight Truck If it makes things easier for you to calculate how much gravel you need, some retail chains measure the gravel, bag it, and deliver it on a freight truck.
Do you love the look of old stone walls and dream of one day having that look around your home? I was amazed at how my contractor transformed my boring block wall into a real work of art. The contractor used a combination of tools, stamps and stains to finish the concrete and create a spectacular looking stone wall. If this is something you want around your home, take a few minutes to browse through my blog. You will learn about the techniques, materials and styles that you have to choose from to finish just about any concrete surface around your home.