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  • Is Concrete Waterproof?

    Posted By:Dynamic Concrete Pumping , Date: Oct 23, 2020

    Is Concrete Waterproof?

    While you might see rain pool up on top of your concrete driveway, that doesn't mean it's waterproof. Far from it, in fact. Traditional concrete is a porous material that's filled with little holes that can draw in water. It [...]

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  • How to Protect New Concrete During Construction

    Posted By:Dynamic Concrete Pumping , Date: Oct 6, 2020

    How to Protect New Concrete During Construction

    Concrete is found in homes, businesses and commercial properties all over the world, thanks to its durability, resilience and versatility. However, for all its applications and benefits, concrete is by no means indestructible and can be easily damaged, especially during [...]

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  • Wet Cutting vs. Dry Cutting Concrete

    Posted By:Dynamic Concrete Pumping , Date: Sep 17, 2020

    Wet Cutting Vs Dry Cutting Concrete

    Although there are many concrete sawing techniques, one of the most effective and popular is diamond cutting. Diamond saws are known for their cleaner cuts because they are less likely to fracture the concrete's surface. They have synthetic diamonds embedded [...]

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  • Guide to Colored Concrete

    Posted By:Dynamic Concrete Pumping , Date: Jun 6, 2020

    Guide to Colored Concrete

    If you've ever been on a large, beautiful plaza or a unique-looking crosswalk, chances are you've stepped on colored concrete. While it used to be rare, colored concrete is moving up in the world as businesses and homeowners alike are [...]

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  • The Pros and Cons of Concrete Houses

    Posted By:Dynamic Concrete Pumping , Date: May 27, 2020

    The Pros and Cons of Concrete Houses

    Concrete homes, known for their long-lasting, energy-conserving and cost-saving abilities, are gaining more and more popularity across the housing market. While you might consider concrete non-conventional compared to more traditional construction materials, concrete remains a top competitor in the eyes [...]

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  • What Are Superflat Floors?

    Posted By:Dynamic Concrete Pumping , Date: May 17, 2020

    What Are Superflat Floors?

    Concrete floors required to meet more demanding flatness and levelness specifications are known as superflat floors. They support lift trucks, material handlers and other vehicles that work at distribution and warehousing centers. Superflat floors are popular for their low cost, [...]

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  • Why Concrete Is an Environmentally Friendly Building Material

    Posted By:Dynamic Concrete Pumping , Date: May 7, 2020

    Concrete is Environmentally Friendly

    Concrete is a pivotal material for the construction industry. Crews around the world have used concrete for centuries as it is an affordable mixture suitable for buildings, landscapes, structures and more. Concrete takes on different forms through placement and drying, [...]

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  • Understanding Concrete Control Joints

    Posted By:Dynamic Concrete Pumping , Date: Apr 27, 2020

    Understanding Concrete Control Joints

    Perfectly placing concrete is a skill that demands attention to detail around structures for long-term durability. While concrete starts as a liquid base, the solution undergoes a great amount of stress during the drying process. Concrete rapidly shrinks in volume [...]

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  • New Alberta Road Ban Legal 57m

    Posted By:Jason Delehay , Date: Apr 21, 2020

    We were pleased to debut our new DY Concrete Pumps Inc. 57X-6RZ  in Las Vegas at the World of Concrete and ConExpo shows this year in the DY Concrete Pumps booth. Mounted on a 6-axle Mack Trucks chassis, this unit is road [...]

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  • What Goes Into a Concrete Mixture?

    Posted By:Dynamic Concrete Pumping , Date: Apr 17, 2020

    What Goes Into a Concrete Mixture?

    Concrete is a durable construction material that has been used by builders for centuries. Crews are quick to use concrete as it's affordable and molds into various shapes, thicknesses and sizes for structures and surfaces. Concrete offers plenty of benefits [...]

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  • What Is Stained Concrete?

    Posted By:Dynamic Concrete Pumping , Date: Apr 7, 2020

    What is Stained Concrete?

    The concept of staining concrete is similar to altering the color of materials such as wood. Instead of creating an opaque surface through paint, staining provides several hues and tones for concrete through different solutions and techniques. Practice makes perfect [...]

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  • Different Types of Concrete

    Posted By:Dynamic Concrete Pumping , Date: Mar 28, 2020

    You can find concrete almost anywhere you look, including buildings, bridges, walls, swimming pools, roadways, airport runways, floors and patios. All of these structures depend on a man-made material with a simple formula. How is all that concrete made? Concrete [...]

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  • How to Repair Cracks in Concrete

    Posted By:Dynamic Concrete Pumping , Date: Mar 18, 2020

    How to Repair Cracks in Concrete

    Though concrete is a durable material, it's still prone to chips and cracks from: Temperature change Ground movement Shrinkage Heavy loads Uneven drying Whether the crack is small or large, you'll need to seal it right away before it creates [...]

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  • 7 Most Common Concrete Mistakes

    Posted By:Dynamic Concrete Pumping , Date: Mar 8, 2020

    Most Common Concrete Mistakes

    Installing a concrete slab involves more than just pouring it out. A lot of planning and work go into the preparation, installation and aftercare for concrete. Doing it right the first time will ensure that the project is as durable [...]

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  • Guide to Concrete Adhesion

    Posted By:Dynamic Concrete Pumping , Date: Feb 27, 2020

    What Will Concrete Stick To

    Concrete is known for its strength, but not bonding. Understanding what concrete will stick to — and what it won't — is essential when you're repairing old or pouring new concrete. It will help your concrete application go right the first time without causing [...]

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