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  • Diamond Concrete Saw Blade Usage with Regards to Safety.
    Concrete cutting is the process of controlled sawing, drilling, breaking and removal of concrete and is performed by skilled operators using special saws that use diamond impregnated blades. Unlike the old-fashioned dusty "jack hammer" method, modern concrete cutting leaves a smooth attractive finish...More Info...
  • Adding a Precast Concrete Stairway Bulkhead to your Home
    Installing a pre-cast concrete stairway to your home’s basement is actually quite an easy project for the advanced do-it-yourselfer or anyone that can coordinate a couple of sub contractors. Doing so will add a water tight weather proof egress to your basement that, in many cases, is necessary to comply with local building codes during a remodel...More Info...
  • Installing a precast concrete egress to your home's basement
    Installing a precast concrete bulkhead stairway to your home's basement will add a water tight, weather-proof, emergency egress that is necessary to comply with local building codes during a construction remodel or home improvement project. Either way, this newly added basement entrance, steps or door will add much more function...More Info...
  • An Insight To Concrete Core Drills and Concrete Core Drilling
    Concrete core drilling or "coring" is the process of drilling perfectly round holes through concrete walls, floors and other concrete structures. Concrete core drilling is the most commonly recognized use of any diamond concrete cutting tool. Concrete core drills or "core rigs" can be operated in any orientation, vertical, horizontal and even upside down thru concrete ceilings...More Info...
  • Blacktop Concrete. Is there such a thing?
    Your search for Blacktop Concrete has led you here but I have some interesting information for you. Although blacktop and concrete have very similar properties, there is no such thing as Blacktop Concrete... More Info...
  • Concrete Anchors and Fasteners
    A concrete fastener is a screw, bolt system, or other fastening technique, designed to attach any nonstructural object to a section of concrete. The concrete can be in the ground, or it can be part of a wall or other standing structure. There are an almost unlimited number of uses for a concrete fastener...More Info...
  • Concrete Cutting: The Unknown Niche
    Unlike the old-fashioned dusty “jack hammer” method, modern concrete cutting leaves a smooth attractive finish and utilizes water so as not to create any dust or mess. There are many different kinds of concrete cutting but the most common are wall sawing, core drilling and slab or flat sawing...More Info...
  • Concrete Footing and Pier Forms
    Tube formed concrete footings. Here are new alternatives to conventional forming methods for concrete footings and piers that are quicker and less expensive. For point footings, there are two approaches: rigid plastic footing forms, and a fabric "bag" footing form. For continuous strip footings there is a specialized fabric form held in place by a temporary structural system...More Info...
  • Cutting Windows and Doors Into Your Home's Concrete Foundation
    Transforming your home's basement into a finished space can prove to be very rewarding. Frequently the additional living space is used for a variety of entertainment functions including: Recreation Rooms, Bars, Gyms, Billiard Rooms, Home Theatres and Family Rooms...More Info...
  • Designing Homes Using Insulating Concrete Forms
    An Insulating Concrete Form is essentially a concrete wall that is formed by using innovative, stay-in-place concrete forms. The value-added feature is that the form material is usually made of some type of thermally resistive foam insulation, such as polystyrene. Special form ties are used to resist the pressure of wet concrete and allow for attachment of finishes later in the construction process...More Info...
  • Fibrous Concrete Reinforcement to reinforce concrete in nonstructural
    Reinforcing concrete to keep it from cracking is nothing new -- even the earliest civilizations used natural fibers to inhibit cracking in structures. Today, synthetic-fiber reinforcement is available to reinforce non-structural concrete applications with superior results...More Info...
  • Flexible Concrete for Space Applications
    The newest flexible concrete technologies seem to have incredible attributes for all sorts of uses here on Earth. For instance freeways, toll-ways, roads and highways making them less bumpy, which means they will be more safe, less scalloped and that means better gas mileage as well...More Info...
  • Fly Ash Concrete, Inexpensive replacement for Portland Cement
    Fly ash is an inexpensive replacement for portland cement used in concrete, while it actually improves strength, segregation, and ease of pumping of the concrete. Fly ash is also used as an ingredient in brick, concrete block, paving, and structural fills...More Info...
  • Frost Protected Shallow Concrete Foundations
    Casting concrete footings for a frost protected shallow concrete foundation provides protection against frost damage without the need for excavating below the frost line...More Info...
  • Precast Concrete Foundation and Wall Panels
    Precast concrete wall panels are lowered by a crane into place. Precast concrete foundation and wall panels can take many forms. Some consist of steel-reinforced concrete ribs that run vertically and horizontally in the panels... More Info...
  • Sealing a Concrete Floor Can Prevent Water Damage.
    Sealing a concrete floor can prevent damage that will need to be removed by a concrete cutting service. Although concrete may seem pretty tough, it actually is vulnerable to many environmental factors... More Info...
  • Shedding Light on Your Basement Remodel
    By following or exceeding your local building codes you will ensure your family’s safety. Also, be sure that you cut as many window openings in your basement walls as your budget and the structural integrity of your home can handle. This in itself will make your basement the most cherished area of your home...More Info...
  • Waterproofing your concrete foundation
    Waterproofing your concrete foundation is an essential part of any home improvement, addition or remodeling project. Does Your Home Need Concrete Waterproofing?... More Info...
  • We Cut and Remove Concrete for Sump Pump Installations
    According to recent surveys, over 85% of all homes with basements will experience some form of wet basement problems in their lifetime. Installing a sump pump in the basement can be a great benefit, even if it's only to keep the water from getting deep or to act as a floor drain.More Info...

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