Religious and Environmentally Enhancing Uses for ConcreteReligious and Environmentally Enhancing Uses for Concrete


About Me

Religious and Environmentally Enhancing Uses for Concrete

Hi! My name is Martha. I am a deeply spiritual person and a lover of the environment. To give myself a chance to meld those two interests, I have created a beautiful space in my back garden complete with a concrete birdbath, a small patio and a great deal of flowers. In this blog, I am going to help you learn to use concrete in your sanctuary. Whether you are designing a huge church or just creating a small spiritual space in your home, you will find posts that help you integrate concrete into that space. I hope you find inspiration for both your faith and your decorating objectives in this blog!

Latest Posts

3 Causes of a Damaged Asphalt Pavement and Why Timely Resurfacing Is Critical
11 February 2021

Asphalt is one of the commonly used materials to m

Reasons to Upgrade Your Yard with Decorative Concrete
29 December 2020

While you might often focus on the inside when pla

Reasons To Have Your Brick Walls Tuckpointed
21 August 2020

If you want to restore the brickwork on your home'

Reasons Why a Condition Survey Makes Car Park Repairs Easy
16 December 2019

If you are a business owner with a storefront over

Why It Matters How Your Precast Kerbing is Made
27 February 2017

Are you planning to order precast kerbing for your

Tags

3 Causes of a Damaged Asphalt Pavement and Why Timely Resurfacing Is Critical

Asphalt is one of the commonly used materials to make driveways and other types of pavements in both the residential and commercial environments. Asphalt pavements are easy to install and can serve you for decades when you take the right measures to maintain them. If you have installed one, it's advisable to watch the pavement closely for signs of deterioration and repair or resurface it when necessary. Some of the most common indicators of asphalt problems include alligator cracks, depressions and potholes on the surface. Read More 

Reasons to Upgrade Your Yard with Decorative Concrete

While you might often focus on the inside when planning home renovations, updating the outside living areas will enhance the entire property. Plus, you'll enjoy spending time outdoors in attractive spaces. Read on to discover several reasons to use decorative concrete on your property. Colour Variations You might associate concrete with a flat grey paving. While that's one option, you have virtually hundreds of other possibilities. Contractors can imbue the cement with pigments to cover your patio and paths with different colours. Read More 

Reasons To Have Your Brick Walls Tuckpointed

If you want to restore the brickwork on your home's external walls, a chimney, or a brick feature wall, you might consider tuckpointing. Here are several reasons to hire a contractor to undertake this upgrade. Restore Your Brickwork's Integrity A prime cause for concern is if you notice crumbling mortar that's falling out from between the bricks on a wall. This weakens the entire structure as the bolstering joints deteriorate. If left untreated, you could end up with an unstable structure that collapses. Read More 

Reasons Why a Condition Survey Makes Car Park Repairs Easy

If you are a business owner with a storefront overlooking a car park, you must keep it looking clean. The last thing you want is to be sued by customers who damage their vehicles simply because you neglected your car park. That said, car parks deteriorate throughout their lifetime, even if they are constructed using durable asphalt. As such, it is essential to conduct repairs in time before the problem gets any worse. Read More 

Why It Matters How Your Precast Kerbing is Made

Are you planning to order precast kerbing for your industrial complex? Read on and discover why you should find out whether wet cast or dry cast methods will be used to process your order. What Those Methods Entail Wet cast fabrication of precast kerbs entails pouring a wet concrete mixture into moulds. That concrete is then left to cure before the moulds are removed to reveal the completed kerbs. Dry cast fabrication involves using block-making equipment to form and vibrate dry concrete mixtures so that the kerbs can be left to cure without a form or mould. Read More