5 Things General Contractors Need to Know about Moisture in Concrete

5 Things General Contractors Need to Know about Moisture in Concrete

By Jason Spangler in Useful Job Tips Concrete Information & Knowledge Base | 4 Comments

Here are 5 things GC’s need to know about moisture: 1. Moisture Matters in Concrete 2. Moisture Moves in Concrete 3. Concrete Can’t Be Rushed 4. Moisture Must Be Measured in Concrete 5. RH Testing: Have the Right Tool for the Job As a general contractor, you’re expected to know every aspect of the construction […]

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What to NEVER Expect on the Job Site

By Jason Spangler in Useful Job Tips Concrete Information & Knowledge Base | 2 Comments

Every construction job site is an exercise in teamwork as each contractor and specialist performs his or her role in the stages of the building project. Beginning with the designer and architect, each building project is a master plan of schedules, materials, costs, labor, and vision, and each person involved is expected to be a […]

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Solar Dried Lumber Moisture Concerns

By Troy Edwards in Forest Products Industry Information for Lumber Companies & Kiln Dryers Kiln Drying | 4 Comments

Because they capture the energy of the sun, solar kilns are becoming increasingly popular for the hobbyist or professional woodworker who wants to dry his own lumber, and with good reason; dried wood sold at a lumberyard is expensive. Greenwood, on the other hand, costs much less. However, air-drying lumber can take several months and […]

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