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Mason sand, also called masonry sand, is one of the most versatile materials used in the construction industry. If you have a project to do, you may be concerned with getting the best price, so your project can stay on budget. It will help to understand a few things that can affect the price... Read More
For many, having a gravel driveway instead of a concrete or asphalt one makes a lot of sense. It is the more affordable route when installing yet can give years of service with proper maintenance. Here are the main tasks you should know about properly maintaining your gravel driveway – and it’s... Read More
There are many benefits involved with having sand at your community, neighbourhood or school playground, or at a preschool facility. However, it is important that you choose the right kind of sand. Although different kinds can be used, it is best to err on the side of caution and go with a product... Read More
There are some things you really need to understand about concrete before starting a project at your home. There area also a few interesting things that are nice to know just in case they come up on a trivia game card one day or you need a unique dinner conversation topic. Here are some of the... Read More
Some projects around your home are small enough that mixing up a bag or two of concrete isn’t an arduous task. However, if you have something larger in mind, those bags just aren’t going to cut it. If you are looking for some ideas for projects that are perfect for concrete delivery instead, here... Read More
Cement is the second most consumed material, second only to water. Due to its high consumption rate, finding a way to reuse old cement is imperative to preserving our planet and helping to reduce landfill waste. Choosing to use recycled concrete for your project is not only environmentally... Read More