Finishes You Could Choose For Your Concrete Flooring

Posted on: 14 March 2017
Since concrete is one of the most durable materials that you could choose for flooring, it has remained a mainstay in households as well as commercial premises. Nevertheless, some people may find the appearance of concrete harsh and industrial and they'll resort to covering this flooring with carpeting when used for interior applications. To make this flooring more appealing for the indoors, there have been an assortment of finishes that have been created.
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Two things that can spoil a property's kerb appeal

Posted on: 17 November 2016
When it comes to selling a property, its kerb appeal is a crucial determining factor.  Many buyers base their decision to buy partly (or sometimes entirely!) on what a house looks like from the outside. As such, if you intend to put your house on the market, it's worth looking for ways to improve its kerb appeal. Here are a couple of common flaws that can spoil a property's exterior appearance, along with some tips on how to address these issues.
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When You Need Professional Kerb Repair or Replacement

Posted on: 26 July 2016
Concrete kerbing can crack or otherwise get damaged over the years and when this happens, you may be able to repair sections with a quick concrete repair kit or patching compound. However, there are times when this type of quick fix won't address the real problem with your concrete kerbing, as it may be so damaged that it needs to be repaired by a professional who can fill in the area with new concrete, or replace that kerbing altogether.
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Different Options You Can Consider For Concrete Waterproofing

Posted on: 5 July 2016
Concrete is a popular exterior flooring option for homeowners due to its durability. However, since homeowners believe that concrete lasts forever, they tend to neglect its maintenance. This typically leads to the development of cracks, which will cause an array of problems once water begins to penetrate the concrete. Not only does the water damage pose the risk of mould and mildew breeding in your concrete, but it could also lead to concrete cancer.
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