What Are the Pros and Cons of Wood vs. Reinforced Concrete House Frames?

Wood and reinforced concrete stand the test of time when it comes to durability. Each has its advantages and disadvantages and can provide you with a long-lasting frame for your house.

What Are the Pros and Cons of Wood vs. Reinforced Concrete House Frames?
 Use this guide to help you make an informed decision about house frames and how to move forward with your choice.

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Do You Know How Resilient Your Concrete Surfaces Are?

Weak structures, especially those made from wood, will not stand a chance in most conditions. Homeowners and contractors need to consider resilient materials such as concrete to give their buildings a better chance of long-term survival.

Do You Know How Resilient Your Concrete Surfaces Are?

Resilience in “concrete terms” 

According to the National Infrastructure Advisory Council, resilience is the ability to reduce the duration and magnitude of disruptive occurrences. When it comes to structures, the effectiveness that a resilient building has is based on its ability to adapt to, absorb, anticipate, or recover quickly from a disruptive occurrence.

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How Can a Responsible Cement Supplier Positively Impact the Environment?

“Going green” is a buzzword these days. The same also applies to the construction industry. It is estimated that the CO2 emission from construction industry accounted for 23% of the total CO2 emission in 2009.

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hus, there is a need to take environmentally friendly measures in the construction sector to keep the carbon footprint at a minimum. The cement that is widely used in the construction sector has a vital role to play in environmental pollution.

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