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Can you pour concrete over concrete?

Over time, concrete hardens and becomes less porous. Hardening can cause imperfections. Additionally, concrete can sink into the underlying ground. Over time, concrete hardens and becomes less

Epoxy Repair Mortar

Floorpaint Express provides easy to use epoxy concrete repair mortar to fix damaged concrete surfaces. It is a fast setting epoxy repair mortar that creates a tough finish. It also has anti slip and dust free properties.

Broken concrete slab? Learn about a simple DIY fix using Sakrete Top 'n Bond, a material used for patching, repairing or resurfacing concrete surfaces.

Sakrete Top 'n Bond is a material used for patching, repairing or resurfacing concrete surfaces. A polymer modified, sand and cement repair mortar for the re.

Trowel concrete resurfacer over your worn walkway, and you'll have a brand new, durable surface with uniform color. Before you get started, check out this how-to video on working with concrete:

Trowel concrete resurfacer over your worn walkway, and you'll have a brand new, durable surface with uniform color. Before you get started, check out this how-to video on working with concrete:

Why Deck Posts Should Not Be Set in Concrete! the left shows a post set in a bracket mounted to the top of a footer. The right shows a post that has concrete poured around it, which can lead to a crack. When concrete is poured around a deck post the post will rot due to moisture buildup by the soil. Concrete tends to absorb moisture and wood expands when it gets wet, so these two combined will result in the wood breaking the concrete. setting the post on top of footing for a solid foundation

Why Deck Posts Should Not Be Set in Concrete! the left shows a post set in a bracket mounted to the top of a footer. The right shows a post that has concrete poured around it, which can lead to a crack. When concrete is poured around a deck post the post will rot due to moisture buildup by the soil. Concrete tends to absorb moisture and wood expands when it gets wet, so these two combined will result in the wood breaking the concrete. setting the post on top of footing for a solid foundation

multi-unit residential

multi-unit residential

You don't have to live with scratched hardwood floors! There is a super easy way to fix shallow scratches and it doesn't cost a lot!

You don't have to live with scratched hardwood floors! There is a super easy way to fix shallow scratches and it doesn't cost a lot!