Renting a Concrete Pump

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Renting a Concrete Pump

Hello, my name is Tony. I recently decided to rip up my asphalt driveway and lay concrete down in its place. My drive is very big and I didn't fancy using a wheelbarrow to transport all of the wet concrete that would be required to complete the job so I decided to rent a concrete pump. The only problem was that I didn't have a clue which was the right pump for me. I visited a concrete contractor who gave me some great advice about choosing and operating a concrete pump. He also helped me to lay the concrete. I learnt so much I just had to share it here.


Make a Smart Choice by Building Your Residential Concrete Driveway with Interlocking Pavers

23 August 2017
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If you are considering installing a concrete driveway in your home, there are lots of precast concrete products that you can use. One popular type of precast concrete products that you can use for your driveway construction job is interlocking concrete pavers. As their name suggests, interlocking concrete pavers are modular concrete blocks that connect together to form a range of geometric patterns. Before you can decide to install your residential concrete driveway with interlocking pavers, you should first get acquainted with the benefits that they make available to you. Read More …

Two reasons to use concrete for the construction of your commercial building

21 August 2017
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There are many types of materials that can be used to construct a property. Here are a few reasons why you might want to consider using concrete for the construction of your commercial building. It allows for a fast and efficient construction process If you want your commercial building to be ready for occupation as soon as possible, then it is worth opting for concrete over other construction materials. With the help of a commercial concrete pumping service, it is possible to construct a concrete building in a matter of weeks. Read More …

Three Great Ways to Use Concrete in Your Tiny Home

18 August 2017
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When building a tiny home, it's easy to feel limited with both space and options for building materials. Break free from your tiny shackles and consider introducing concrete intro your tiny home build in the following three innovative ways. Don't just be fab, be prefab! While an isolated, rural tiny home may be the dream for many, tiny homes are just as common in residential areas, where suburban noise can be a major hurdle. Read More …

Five Good Reasons to Opt for Concrete Pumping for Your Building Project

11 August 2017
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If you're planning a project, like a patio, a base for an outbuilding or even a new concrete floor in a basement, that requires delivery of concrete, have you considered concrete pumping for the job? If not, read on to find out why you might want to. You'll Minimise Mess and Save Time on the Cleanup From delivery to use, concrete can be a messy material to deal with. The greater the distance you have to move it, the more chance there is for an accident to occur. Read More …

5 Tips to Prevent Water Damage on Your Concrete Driveway

8 August 2017
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Concrete driveways provide a convenient place to park your vehicle, and they add to the aesthetic value of your home. However, if they get damaged by water, they can become unsightly and even dangerous as cracks and holes create tripping hazards. Here are some tips to help you protect your driveway from water damage. 1. Make Sure the Driveway Slopes Toward the Street When pouring a driveway, it should always slope toward the street. Read More …