Floor flatness and levelness are described by Face Floor Profile Numbers, also called F-numbers. Two separate numbers, one each for flatness and levelness, are used to define a constructed floor surface. This document provides a brief explanation of these numbers and typical construction requirements and techniques to achieve a desired flatness and levelness. The reader is directed to ACI 117 and ASTM E 1155 for more information. Continue reading
The Benefits of Using Skilled Concrete Countertop Fabricators
Concrete countertop fabricators usually specialize in a variety of fields of interior concrete design. They often are highly skilled at creating sinks, tables, and other pre-cast concrete products. They generally offer commercial and residential solutions. Continue reading
For the seasoned professional this advice may be redundant, but perhaps you might pick up just a little bit of information that will help you get even better results. Continue reading
When finishing a great concrete project it all comes down to the concrete sealer or concrete coating you decide to put on as the finish. After having used the same sealer on multiple projects you develop a comfort level and understanding of how it reacts to the concrete.
Concrete placing and Finishing in Cold Weather
When deciding on placing concrete in a cold weather environment it can be done successfully but there are a few things you should should know and understand to have a long lasting concrete slab.
The negative impact of cold temperatures on concrete can be avoided if done correctly. Continue reading
Concrete Basics: Heat of Hydration
The art of mixing and pouring concrete is, in fact, a science. The process by which cement, aggregates and water mix and form a new substance is a chemical process which has its own unique properties and products. Continue reading