Slipform Versus Other Construction Methods: Which Is More Beneficial?

Running a construction project is very intensive. It needs a lot of capital, time and labour. To manage these three aspects of the construction project and also get the best results, you have to choose the right construction methods and techniques. One of the more recent construction methods that has gained a lot of popularity in the past few decades is Slipform. Here, a manufacturer creates the Slipform and customises it to your construction needs. [Read More]

Your Guide to Understanding Exposed Aggregate Concrete

In the concreting world, the term aggregate refers to particulate materials such as gravel, slag, recycled concrete, geo-synthetic aggregates and crushed stone. These materials often make up a large percentage of concrete mixes during construction. Therefore, it makes sense to consider having exposed aggregate concrete as your final finish. It is an affordable and creative way of finishing your concrete surface, and it is flexible enough for application in various places. [Read More]

Advantages of Spreading Coloured Concrete Around Your Outdoors

While you may know concrete is a durable and handy material to spread around your home, you may not be so familiar with the vast array of decorative options for coloured concrete. Consider the following benefits of this versatile flooring.  Flatters Your Home Grey concrete, though sturdy, can be dull — but adding a colour component adds liveliness to outdoor surfaces. When picking the hue of a driveway or patio, it's best not to attempt to perfectly match the concrete to your home's cladding, as a precise match will be difficult. [Read More]

Car Park Repair Tips

There are various reasons why your car park may need repairs. It could be it has a cracked floor, drainage problems or a leaking roof.  Below are some car park repair tips to consider.  Asphalt or Concrete Repairs Over time, the car park floor may develop cracks and potholes. Minor damages on your asphalt driveway can be repaired through sealing. A seal coat is an adhesive substance made from oils and bitumen which seals cracks and potholes on your asphalt driveway. [Read More]