Outstanding Ideas to Decorate Your Concrete Driveway

Posted on: 23 March 2016
Concrete driveways are well known for their high versatility and durability levels, which is why they rank so high in the most popular driveways list. Since the driveway is a part of the exterior that really shapes the feel and look of your home, it's paramount to have it in top notch condition. It's almost useless having a spectacular exterior and cracked driveway because that will stick in the mind of all your visitors and create a bad impression.
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Career options in commercial industrial maintenance

Posted on: 21 March 2016
If you are interested in the industrial maintenance of machinery and equipment, you will probably need to take a course in commercial industrial maintenance. It is therefore important that you have an idea of the possible career options available to you after graduating. In most universities and colleges, a commercial industrial maintenance course usually takes about two years to complete. According to the Bureau of Labour Statistics, the commercial industrial maintenance field is growing rapidly.
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How to Keep Dust Off the Grass When You Are Sawing Concrete Outside

Posted on: 18 March 2016
Concrete sawing is a focused way to cut holes in concrete, but the process can be a bit messy. If you are hiring a concrete saw for use outside and you are worried about dust and chunks of old concrete getting into your grass, there are a few tips that can help you. Protect your grass with these tips:  1. Sweep first. Before you start sawing the concrete, sweep it thoroughly first.
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Why It Is Advisable to Use GPR Scanning Before Cutting Concrete

Posted on: 5 August 2015
It is advisable to scan concrete before you cut it. Scanning the concrete enables contractors to know what is within and behind/under the concrete so that they avoid accidents like electrocution of workers as they cut the concrete. This article discusses why you should ask the concrete cutting company whether they intend to use ground-penetrating radar (GPR) to scan the concrete on your property before cutting it. Non-Destructive Testing You can identify all underground utilities or features like rebar without having to damage any surrounding structures in an attempt to inspect what lies beneath the concrete that you want to cut.
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