Well, it’s officially rainy season in Chicago! This year’s been especially rainy, and all that rain can affect your construction projects! When you’re taking on rainy season construction, it can seem like a hassle to try to work around the weather and get everything completed. Here are 5 tips to make your rainy season construction project as hassle-free as possible.
They say it takes a village–a village of different tools–to complete a construction project. One tool you want to keep at hand is the masonry trowel. This tool has many variations and can be used on several different types of projects. Learn more below!
When you’re using concrete, you have two options: mixing concrete on-site or mixing concrete off-site. At the end of the day, both options will get you concrete. But which one is better? On-site or off-site concrete mixing? We’ll examine the benefits of mixing concrete on-site.
Using cement blocks or bricks is an important choice. You have to decide which is better for your construction project, and that depends on several factors.
Cultured stone has many great benefits! It is often cheaper than natural stone, looks identical to natural stone, and can last just as long! But in order for your cultured stone to last a long time, you have to focus on protecting cultured stone. This isn’t an extensive process any more than protecting natural stone would be, but it is important to keep your cultured stone looking great.
As Chicago’s weather changes and spring arrives, you can’t forget to care for your concrete driveway–or for any outdoor concrete walkways you have. Don’t miss out on this spring concrete driveway maintenance and keep your driveway in great condition!
Spring has sprung, which means construction season is back! As you start your spring construction projects, keep these 3 tips in mind to avoid mistakes and injury!