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How to Build a Tennis Court

If you’ve been thinking about building a tennis court in your backyard, there’s a lot to consider. Let’s break down the steps so that the end result is what you expect. Planning Before You Build Read more >

What Is Tennis Court Resurfacing? Do You Need It?

There’s nothing quite like playing on a pristine tennis court, but over time, even the best maintained courts lose their bounce and become cracked. While you may need to replace the tennis court at some Read more >

What Is Soil Stabilization and Why Is it Important?

When it comes to designing a new structure and finally breaking ground during the construction phase, the soil beneath is extremely important. Because the soil will come into direct contact with the building and serve Read more >

What Is Sealcoating and Why Is it Important?

Let’s talk about asphalt pavement and applying sealcoating product. They are related but different, and both are essential elements of properly maintained, long-lasting surfaces. Asphalt is composed of rock and/or stone, gravel, and a binder. Read more >

8 Questions to Ask a Concrete Contractor Before You Hire Them

When it comes to major home or business improvement projects, it’s critical to hire the right contractor for the job. Concrete work is no different and requires the specialization of professional concrete contractors to not Read more >

What Is the Difference Between Asphalt and Concrete?

Asphalt is a type of pavement that is made up of crushed rock and limestone. It is a combination of coarse and fine aggregates that are bound together with a binder such as tar, oil, Read more >

How to Fix Water-Damaged Concrete

Despite being a highly durable material, concrete is susceptible to damage, particularly water damage. Although concrete is porous and can absorb water, this can also result in both large and small cracks, allowing water to Read more >

Common Concrete Questions (and Answers)

Let’s talk about something rock-solid. Let’s talk about concrete. It is an important subject because, according to ScienceDirect, concrete is the most consumed material globally, with three tons used per person per year worldwide. And Read more >

What Is the Difference Between Concrete and Cement?

The words “cement” and “concrete” are solidly (pun intended) engrained in our language and culture. Both are different, as suggested by some interesting quotes. Consider this one offered by Oliver Sacks, a British Neurologist: “Music Read more >

How Is Asphalt Made?

Asphalt is a unique material produced from a variety of natural materials. The most common type of asphalt is made from petroleum, but there are also types made from coal tar and bitumen, a product Read more >