Restoring Historic Building Using Masonry Techniques

Buildings erected using masonry are no longer built the way they used to be. Old masonry structures which were built using stones and bricks are not only hard to find, they are rarely built anymore. This is due to the high cost of real stones and the labor costs involved in laying large stones. The…

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Retaining Walls And The Different Materials Used For Their Construction

Introduction To many property owners, retaining walls might come off as something they aren’t aware of or don’t pay much attention to. Retaining walls play a crucial role in protecting our structures from collapsing and natural problems such as soil erosion. Soil collapse is dangerous and can put your home at risk and weaken it…

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Simple and Effective Steps to Repair Damaged Sidewalks

Like other cities and towns, uneven sidewalks are a common sight in NYC too. Sidewalks, in the initial years of construction remain smooth and even, but over time, they can become uneven and develop cracks. While it could well be the result of workers’ error at the time of construction, excessive exposure to moisture, weather…

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Tips For Choosing A Good Commercial Concrete Contractor

If you are planning to erect a commercial property and get that elegant finish, you need to invest a good deal of time and effort in finding the right concrete contractor. Working with the right contractor- from Plumbers, Electricians, Painters or window contractors, having an eye for perfection and carries a wealth of experience will…

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Varieties & Benefits of Epoxy Flooring for Commercial Buildings

Epoxy is a substance formed with two main components – hardeners and resins. It serves as a sealant for concrete floors. Epoxy flooring and epoxy coating is an important part of commercial masonry work. The reason as to why epoxy flooring is essential for commercial structures is because floors in nearly all industrial or commercial…

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