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How Thick Should a Concrete Walkway Be

Walkways are a popular concrete project for residential and commercial services. Unlike parking lots and driveways, walkways and sidewalks are generally designed for pedestrian traffic. Explore the common thickness, when to consider reinforcement options and how G&G Concrete & Construction can help you create a dependable concrete walkway. In most situations, we pour a 4-inch […]

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The Pros and Cons of Stamped Concrete

  Create a personalized, affordable and long-lasting patio or walkway for your home with stamped concrete. This popular option has many pros and cons when compared with natural stone or other paving methods. Learn how stamped concrete contractors can assist you in choosing the best installation option for your home. Install a beautiful walkway for […]

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Fibermesh Versus Wire Mesh

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Concrete-formed floors, platforms, roadways, and walls need reinforcement to prevent cracking. Wire mesh and Fibermesh® are the most common reinforcement products used to maintain concrete integrity. This article will cover the primary differences between Fibermesh® and wire mesh and how to choose the best one for your project. Wire Mesh Wire mesh, sometimes called welded […]

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How to Polish Concrete Floors

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Polishing can enhance the appearance of your concrete floor, reduce maintenance needs, and even extend its predicted lifespan. And grinding and polishing concrete floors typically costs less than covering the same square footage of space with wood, ceramic, or even vinyl flooring. However, like any process, you’ll need to have the right equipment and follow […]

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The Different Grades of Concrete & Their Uses

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There are many different grades of concrete available on the market. Each grade represents the concrete’s strength and is intended to help consumers match the mix with the intended application.  The difference between the various concrete grades is the overall strength of the concrete mix. When shopping for concrete, you’ll typically find grades listed as […]

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How Long Is the Cure Time for a Concrete Driveway?

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The average total cure time for a concrete driveway is 28 days. However, there are many factors that can affect the total cure time, including weather, finishing techniques, the concrete mix itself, and slab placement. It’s also important to note that many people often mistake “drying” for “curing” although they are two entirely different processes. […]

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Should You Repair or Replace Your Concrete?

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Concrete is one of the most durable and customizable building materials available today for both commercial and residential use, but it is not indestructible. Neither is it impervious to damage from severe weather, shifting soil, heavy traffic, or the passage of time.  If you have cracks in your driveway or sidewalk, a sagging retaining wall, […]

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