Stairway Safety Methods

Stairs are inherently dangerous and cause tens of thousands of injuries and accidents every year in North America alone. The majority of stairway injuries are caused from failure to use hand railings or from loss of balance. Settling and shifting concrete can greatly increase the probability of injuries. Cracks or…

Polyurethane- A Breakdown

What is polyurethane? Polyurethane or poly is a two-part urethane polymer that when mixed together, produces a high density, durable foam-like substance. This chemical reaction is used to lift and level concrete slabs as well as fill voids in the underlying soil. Polyurethane has many different forms and is used…

Concrete: A Safety Guide

Cracks in concrete, although very common, can potentially cause a safety concern for your family or guests at your home. Some cracks may pose no threat, however, some cracks are harmful and need to be repaired immediately. People could easily trip due to the cracks in concrete or unleveled surface,…

What Exactly is Concrete?

Concrete is such a colloquial, every day term; yet do we truly know what its made of? Concrete consists of Portland cement, sand, gravel or aggregate, small rocks, and varying amounts of water. These ingredients are blended together to generate a paste, which is then poured into a frame, and…