Making A Concrete Floor For A Garage

As peoples' garages are mostly used for storing vehicles and other equipment, having a floor made of concrete is a preference held by many homeowners. Concrete is solid, durable and can last for many years. It is also virtually maintenance free – requiring only a brush to clean – if the floor has been properly done. This article looks at the process of constructing a concrete garage floor. Make A Frame [Read More]

Boost the Safety of Your Scaffolding With These Seven Items

If you have a team of people working on scaffolding, safety needs to be your number one priority. In addition to safety training, there are a number of sometimes surprising things that can make your workers as safe as possible on your scaffolding. Think about these seven essentials: 1. Martial arts training While your employees aren't likely to need to defend themselves on your scaffolding, they may fall, and many martial arts train them for that. [Read More]

Concrete Joint Resealing: Some Vital Information for Homeowners Using Concrete Pavements

If you have a concrete pavement in your home, you will find the following information about resealing of concrete joints and sealing of cracks to be useful. What is joint resealing necessary for concrete pavements? The purpose of concrete joint resealing by a contractor like Allied Concrete Cutting & Drilling Pty Ltd is to minimise ingress of surface water and incompressible elements such as sand and gravel, which tend to cause cracking when allowed to reach the joints of concrete pavements. [Read More]

Doing It Yourself? Five Trade Secrets You Need for Flawless and Safe Concrete Repair

Repairing your own concrete cracks can be intimidating, but with the right tricks, you can easily make it look like you paid for a professional repair. If you are tired of unsightly or dangerous cracks on your driveway or other concrete, take a  look at these trade secrets. They will lead you toward success: 1. Apply adhesive around the sides of large cracks or holes Although not necessary when filling small cracks, this step certainly makes a huge difference when you are filling a large crack or a hole. [Read More]