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How to Fix Spalled Concrete

Posted October 25th, 2017 by Mark Haen in General Blog

As fall and winter come upon us, concrete spalling becomes a big concern.  Concrete freeze/thaw spalls are unsightly and they can be hazardous. Freeze/thaw spalls occur in colder climates, where water collects in the pores of the concrete and then freezes

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Which is Right for the Job? Grind and Sealed Concrete or Polished Concrete

Posted October 13th, 2017 by Ryan Connors in General Blog

Many people are unaware of the differences between polished concrete and grind and sealed concrete floors, which can often make deciding on one confusing for someone who is not a flooring expert. For example, some customers might come across a sealed concrete project that sparks their own interest, but then might request the application of polished concrete when searching for a flooring contractor for themselves

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The Basics of Material Estimating

Posted August 21st, 2017 by Jon Holwitz Jr. in General Blog

Determining which products to use, their quantities and costs for your project

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5 Reasons to Choose Concrete Floors Over Traditional Flooring

Posted July 12th, 2017 by Ryan Connors in General Blog

Concrete flooring is an excellent choice for interiors, as there are many routes to achieve the end user’s goals. Some of the most common interior concrete floor options include stained and sealed floors, overlay stain systems, solid color epoxy flooring, and decorative epoxy systems.

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