By Nell Velez. Concrete Tools. Published at Friday, February 02nd, 2018 - 01:27:52 AM.
Fence Panels and Concrete Posts - The spring is a great time to get out into your garden and check your garden fencing. A really popular form of fencing that provides privacy is the traditional fence panel and it is a cheap and cost affective fencing solution. When looking to erect new garden fencing or replace your existing fencing you need to consider the possibility of your fence blowing over or failing prematurely. To minimise this possibility I would recommend that you strengthen your fencing panels and fence posts, by using concrete posts in place of timber posts.
We are expert in polishing concrete floor and using the best products, tools and equipment available we can ensure you a successful installation, done on time and on budget. Almost any concrete floor can be polished but if floor is new, you should wait a month before polishing it. Existing floors might need some treatment before being polished. A contractor with 15 year experience likewise us can better advise you on what would give your floor best result.
Tools needed: FlexSet A push broom or blower Drill Trowel or Lute - First ensure that the damaged area is clean and dry. Sweep or blow out cracks so there is no loose debris. Using Roklins FlexSet Concrete Repair Product, carefully pour contents of bottle \"a\" into provided 5-gallon bucket then add special sand. Next, shake thoroughly and pour bottle \"b\" into sand mixture. Mix with a paddle-mixer, using a drill. When mixture is completely wet, pour FlexSet onto damaged area and use a trowel or lute to smooth material into cracks. When damage is sufficiently smooth, toss topping sand by hand over repaired area to create a uniform look and feel. Your driveway can be ready for vehicles in about an hour.
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