April 2018

Like many outdoor surfaces, concrete weathers a lot of elements: wind, rain, freezing water, heat, sunlight, and more. Concrete installed under the wrong conditions or with an incorrect ratio of materials tends to crack sooner, but even the best concrete installation can crack over time.

Posted April 30, 2018

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Spring in Oklahoma can be beautiful, but it can also be pretty harsh when it comes to rain, hail, and heat. These spring maintenance tasks can keep your building looking its best and prevent serious problems from developing.

Posted April 23, 2018

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Traditional stucco and EIFS exteriors can be used in multiple styles of buildings. Traditional stucco is often found in historic buildings, while EIFS (exterior insulation and finish system) is a more modern choice. Both create a classic exterior look and can be customized to fit a particular style.

Posted April 16, 2018

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Cracked or crumbling masonry can lead to water infiltrating a building. Once water finds its way inside, you can end up dealing with wet floors, mold, damaged sheet rock and paint, and stained ceiling tiles.

Posted April 9, 2018

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Concrete densifiers are applied to a concrete surface to fill the pores of the concrete and make it less permeable to stains. They are a water-based chemical solution that penetrates the surface of the concrete and reacts chemically with the concrete to increase its density and strength. Densifiers can be used on both polished and unpolished concrete.

Posted April 2, 2018

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