To ensure the success of your concrete pour, it’s important to finish, cure, seal, and then maintain the surface properly for years to come.
After a concrete slab has been planned, framed, and poured, the work is not over. In order for your new driveway, patio, flooring, or countertops to last a long time, the first days after your concrete pour are critical. After it’s finished, your concrete can become weakened or cracked prematurely if it is not properly cured and sealed. Then, your concrete becomes easy to maintain if you take each steps in the following guide on what to do after a concrete pour:Read More
Reinforced concrete is now standard in the construction industry after decades of rapid growth and technological advances.
As with many other construction procedures, the processes and technology used to create reinforced concrete have evolved drastically over the past several decades. While the history of concrete itself may be long, reinforced concrete is relatively new and has changed the construction industry in the last 50 years. Along with the industry as a whole, we at Razorback Concrete have embraced reinforcement technology over the years and utilize often in our projects. This product has enumerable benefits in a variety of practical applications, all which have been realized through game-changing moments in history.Read More
Several factors make concrete the superior choice over asphalt for your next parking lot installation project.
As concrete producers and suppliers, we at Razorback Concrete understand your need for an affordable and durable material that creates an effective end product. Most parking lots are made of either concrete or asphalt with varying results. While many business owners and developers rely on asphalt in construction today, there are so many more reasons why a concrete parking lot is the better choice.Read More