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Benefits Of Polished Concrete Flooring

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If you’re looking for an easy-care designer flooring option for your home or business, polished concrete offers an ideal solution. You might already know about concrete’s durability, but the polishing process turns it into an attractive decorative surface. Here are some benefits. Design Options With polished concrete, you have an almost limitless array of design choices at your disposal—many of which you can mix and match. This allows you to customise the floor to your exact needs. Read More»

The Various Ways to Beautify Your Plain-Looking Concrete Driveway

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Concrete is a durable, readily available, easy to install, affordable and low-maintenance paving material. These qualities make it ideal for driveway construction. However, standard concrete can be quite dull-looking, so it might not be the right choice for homeowners looking to install a driveway that looks nice and increases the beauty of their outdoor environment. Fortunately, it’s possible to transform the look of ordinary concrete post-installation without spending a fortune. Here’s a look at some ways to increase the beauty of otherwise plain-looking concrete. Read More»

Five Benefits of Underground Concrete Water Tanks

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Having a concrete tank below ground is nothing out of the ordinary. Concrete underground tanks are a great alternative to conventional high-ground plastic tanks found all across Australia. Unlike plastic high-ground tanks, these concrete tanks are built well below the ground level to prevent any water contamination, save space and avoid aesthetic intrusion. While plastic high-ground tanks are great, concrete underground tanks have overwhelming benefits that give them a considerable edge over plastic tanks. Read More»

How to Use Overlays to Revolutionise the Look of Your Driveway

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Is your concrete driveway looking a little sorry for itself? You may find that it has become discoloured or picked up some damage over the years. In fact, you may be able to see blades of grass and the odd weed here or there, and the surface may have become rather uneven. Certainly, it’s been a long time since you paid any attention to your drive, but it’s hardly creating a good impression for those first-time guests. Read More»

Why concrete kerbing is good for your landscaping project

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Every property, whether commercial or residential, needs to have that extra touch on all edges to enhance its looks. Mostly, kerbing is done to keep the garden and the lawn separate, among other uses that will be discussed below. Over the years, most property owners have been using wood, plastic and bricks for garden borders and edging their lawn. However, these materials are not entirely reliable, and the property owners face problems like the wood rotting, the plastic cracking over time and the bricks tending to move from their original position. Read More»