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Most manufacturers of acrylic sealers recommend re-sealing stamped concrete with the identical product that was used originally for concerns of incompatibility or weakened bond strength. As residents of one of thirteen states in the U.S.A. with recently increased chemical restrictions, nearly all of the sealers used prior to 2005 are […]
Tips for Larger Multi-Day Concrete Pour Projects Some large projects will require more than one pour to complete. Whether you are doing an overlay or stamped concrete, matching in to the previous days work is very important. Having a project look uniform from start to finish, will lessen headaches, make […]
First, learn about the types of damage caused by winter; then, how to prevent it. Finally, it’s time for: Amidst this relentless winter, we have already seen many cases of scaling, spalling, and cracking of all sorts. We have seen damaged driveways, walkways, patios, and pool decks. Nearly every type of […]
In Part I of this series, Damages to Concrete in Winter, we identified three forms of damages that occur in concrete. These damages, Scaling, Spalling, and Cracking are commonly instigated by the harshness of winter weather conditions. We also learned that these conditions are not just about cold and snow, […]
Unfortunately, Winter weather can wreak havoc on exterior concrete slabs. Scenes like the those illustrated below are far too common to see as the snow melts. In part one of this series, we’ll look at the three primary culprits that attack our concrete work… Scalling, Spalling, and Cracking. Philadelphia Metro and […]