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As the warm season approaches, home owners may find themselves either in need of freshening up their existing concrete job around their pool, or adding one in to combat the hot summer days ahead. Though the choice may seem simple to some, there are still factors to consider when selecting the type of job that best suits the home owner’s lifestyle.Read more: Concrete for Swimming Pools
One big concern many property owners have during this time of year is how rain will affect the pouring of concrete. It is no secret that concrete pours are generally rescheduled for a day without rain, as concrete does typically require a period of 24 to 48 hours to cure in order to reach its maximum strength. Though weather tracking is fairly accurate, the rainy season can sometimes bring unpredicted showers.Read more: The Effects of Rain on Fresh Concrete
Home owners are often faced with a dilemma of whether or not investing into a stamped concrete patio is worth it. While one should consider whether or not it is best suited for your needs before leaping into the decision, you will find that with the versatility and durability of concrete, the sky is virtually the limit.Read more: Stamped Concrete Patios
It’s that time of year again and with it, the load restrictions that arrive every spring. Until May 1st, load restrictions are in place on roads in order for the thawing soil not to damage the pavement any further than normal wear and tear would. While this will cause delays in projects, rest assured that Meglacon will continue to keep you up to date with all of the latest information. Please check the blog on a regular basis.