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Archive for August 2018

Is concrete waterproof?

Concrete is a pretty remarkable manmade material that’s extremely durable over time. It’s used in sidewalks, buildings, roads, and bridges. Those are impressive structures made from a material that starts out as water, cement, and aggregate (rock or other small particles).

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How can you slow down water infiltration?

Water is sneaky. It seeps into cracks and crevices in your building and can cause serious damage over time. As water travels through those cracks and crevices, it wears away more of the surface and allows even more water to infiltrate. Before you know it, you have some serious leaks that are causing damage.

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Cleaning your parking garage

Parking garages take a lot of wear and tear from vehicles, people, and the environment. Cars and trucks bring dirt, grease, and other grime into the garage where it begins to collect on the parking and walking surfaces. People leave behind trash and liquids that accumulate against walls and further adds to the grime on the parking surface.

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What is joint sealing?

Joint sealing is an important maintenance and upkeep task for commercial buildings, parking garages, and concrete surfaces. Anywhere that two pieces of material come together creates a joint, whether that’s sections of a concrete exterior of a building, sections of a parking garage floor, or sections of a concrete sidewalk.

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