New Jersey Concrete Guide
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Written by The Concrete Works Team of Experts
It’s key to slope all concrete work away from home. This ensures that all water drains properly to street, wells, sewer systems, etc. and your home stays dry. If water is not draining properly away from your home, and you don’t have the ideal slope; Concrete Works can...
Drying time depends on many factors including South Jersey weather conditions, required pressure, and usage. For most jobs, Concrete Works suggests allowing at-least 48 hours to guarantee the concrete is solid and safe for walking. We also suggest allowing driveways...
Concrete with usual wear and tear may last anywhere from 10-25+ years. South Jersey’s weather takes a toll on concrete too. Expanding in the summer heat and contracting in freezing cold winters makes our concrete much more susceptible to cracking.Submit a Comment Your...
Yes. Depending on your municipality and project type nearly all concrete work requires permits. All township ordinances include the minimum state regulations for concrete work. In most towns, replacing existing concrete does not require surveying or zoning. However,...
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