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What You Should Know About Pouring Concrete in Cold Weather

Like many outdoor laborers, concrete contractors generally prefer working in the spring, summer or fall instead of the winter. The days are longer, and the temperatures are more conducive to achieving better results. In fact, the perfect temperature for pouring concrete is between 50 and 60 degrees. However, some concrete projects must be performed in […]

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The Importance of Hiring a Licensed Contractor

There are certainly some home improvement projects that you can do yourself. However, there are many more—especially concrete work—that require the help of a professional. But you can’t just hire the first contractor you find online. Instead, you need a licensed contractor to perform a job. Keep reading to learn about the importance of hiring […]

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How to Keep Up with Winter Concrete Maintenance

The right winter concrete maintenance can make all the difference in the world to your concrete surfaces. This harsh season can cause damage to concrete in many ways, but damage doesn’t have to be seen as inevitable. It is avoidable with proper maintenance. Taking a few simple steps can extend the life of your concrete […]

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How to Tell if Winter Weather Has Damaged Your Concrete

Winters in New York can be harsh. All the snow, ice, shoveling, plowing and extreme temperatures can cause concrete damage. When spring rolls around, you may need to make some repairs to address winter-related concrete damage. Or, your surface may whether the winter without effect. How can you tell if you need to contact a […]

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How Does Winter Affect Your Concrete Driveway?

Are you wondering, “Can winter damage my concrete driveway?” While it may depend on where you live, winter can affect your concrete driveway in many ways. One of the biggest dangers comes from snow and ice. This is because the moisture from snow and ice could seep into the cracks of your driveway and then […]

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