Pumping Concrete: Top Tips

Pumping Concrete: Top Tips

  • Don't Replace Your Old And Damaged Concrete Patio! Repair It With These 3 Steps Instead

    If you have an old and damaged concrete patio, then you may think that replacing it is the only option. However, replacement is an expensive and time-consuming project that is often unnecessary. Even concrete patios that are in a dreadful state of repair can be salvaged with the right repair process. Here are the three steps your concrete contractor is likely to take to restore your patio to an attractive and functional space.

  • How to Ensure That You Locate Your Stormwater Pits Correctly

    If you're involved with any type of major construction project, you know that you have to cater for drainage and must focus on storm water run-off and management. For this reason, it's likely that you will have to have a specific pit or two installed in order to cope with those all too frequent climatological occurrences in Australia. As you're getting ready to order your storm water pits, how do you prepare for their placement?

  • Commercial Concrete Kerb Repair

    Kerbs are a fantastic way of landscaping your commercial property. However, with use and exposure to the weather, the concrete kerbing may begin to deteriorate and crack. This cracking can reduce the functionality of the kerb and can also make it look ugly. If your kerning started to show signs of damage, you might be wondering how you can repair it. Below is a guide to carrying out a repair on a cracked concrete kerb.

  • How to Make Your Own Precast Concrete Mould

    Precast concrete is poured into a mould, and when the mould is removed, the concrete holds a unique shape. If you have your own portable concrete mixer, you may want to make your own moulds. It's tricky, but here's a look at the process. Find a Plastic or Wood Copy of the Shape You Want The easiest way to make a precast concrete mould is by starting with the shape you want.

  • 3 Important Things To Consider When Planning Your New Concrete Patio

    Outdoor living space is important to most Australian homeowners. It's often high on the list of priorities when renovating and expanding an existing home. If you're considering constructing a new patio area in your backyard, then concrete could be the ideal material to use. As well as being durable, inexpensive and quick to build with, concrete provides you with huge choice in looks and finishes. When using concrete, forward planning is important.

  • About Me

    Pumping Concrete: Top Tips

    Hello, my name is Eric and this is my concrete blog. I am not a concrete contractor but I have recently learnt quite a lot about concrete and concrete pumping. I decided to lay a new concrete drive at my home. The drive is very long and very wide so I needed a lot of concrete. I didn't fancy carrying all this concrete so I opted for a concrete pump. I wasn't exactly sure how to operate this piece of equipment so I contacted a contractor who came out and assisted me. I learnt so much from this guy that I decided to start this blog.