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Concrete installation procedures may vary depending on the location of site. For example, areas of extreme temperatures require curing approaches for the very best results. After a concrete piece is installed, it is important to maintain it to yield best results. Maintenance may include cleaning or sealing.
Patio Installation- You may think a patio is a simple structure to install, but it actually requires technical skills. If the space (or plot) is too big, or soil condition is unstable, it may complicate the installation process. At Concrete Pros in Dayton, Ohio, all of our contractors are licensed trained to take each consideration to mind. To begin the process, we first visit the site and take measurements of the area. Next loose stones are placed in a wood frame to create a hard surface to form a hard surface for the concrete. Then cement is poured into the fixture and dried, producing a crackles, sturdy patio.
Parking Lots and Driveways- Parking lots and driveways are a bit more complicated and have several precautions, such as: concrete density, the amount of traffic, and drainage spots.
Once Hired, our contractors will assess the area first. Such a small task can reveal the answers behind said precautions. After necessary precautions are taken, concrete is then poured to the appropriate amount per project. When fully dry, the concrete then undergoes a 3D laser screening, which corrects the measurements to your exact specifications.
Stairs- If you are interested in concrete stair installation, think of it's process as the same as that of creating cinderblocks. The only difference being stairs do not require mesh or other reinforcements to prevent cracking. After a form is made, concrete is poured into the area and is allowed 24 hours to dry.