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How to Beat Concrete Cancer

Hello, my name is Tony and this is my concrete installation and maintenance blog. I am not a professional concrete contractor but I am very passionate about DIY. My dad was a contractor and when I was growing up he taught me all kinds of neat tips and tricks. Once time, he took me out into the yard and made me inspect the concrete wall. The concrete was crumbling away, exposing the metal bars beneath. My father explained that this was concrete cancer and then demonstrated how to repair the damage. I hope you find my blog useful and entertaining.



How to Beat Concrete Cancer


See Why It's Vital to Invest in Timely Kerb Repairs

The kerb is a barrier that protects the driveway, patio, and other walkways from chipping, storm damages, and erosion. When the kerbs are installed and properly maintained, your pavements can remain in perfect shape for decades without the need for repairs and replacement. On the other hand, when the kerbing deteriorates, your pavement also gets damaged by the UV rays of the sun, water, and other harsh weather elements, faster than they should.

How will you feed your livestock?

When you need to provide feed for your livestock, then what options do you have? You could put the feed into almost anything but many possible solutions will present problems of one form or another. You might find that the feed isn't easy for your livestock to reach or perhaps the solution won't allow you to accommodate enough animals at one time. If you want a way to provide feed for the right number of animals at one time in a safe, convenient way, then concrete livestock feed bunks could be the right choice for your farm.

5 Signs That Your Asphalt Pavement Needs Repair

Asphalt surfaces are quite long-lasting. Unfortunately, they do not last forever. At some point, you'll need to undertake some repairs so that they as look as good as they did at first.  When your pavement begins to show signs of wear and tear, you may be tempted to turn a blind eye to it. This may result in bigger and more costly issues sooner than you think. Your asphalt requires routine repairs and maintenance in order to stay attractive, usable and safe.