Leveling Compounds: Concrete Moisture Can Slant the Results

Leveling Compounds: Concrete Moisture Can Slant the Results

By Jason Spangler in Relative Humidity (RH) Testing Concrete Information & Knowledge Base | 10 Comments

Concrete slabs are somewhat infamous for not being entirely level, even with the best care during the initial pour. Some flooring types/applications do not have the flexibility to withstand these uneven areas of a subfloor. The standard solution is to apply a leveling compound, which can effectively level the slab surface to tolerances that are […]

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How to Get Better Stains and Colors in Decorative Concrete

By Jason Spangler in Decorative Concrete Concrete Information & Knowledge Base | 0 Comment

Probably the largest responsibility faced by concrete flooring specialists is to deliver a finished floor that meets their clients’ expectations. While you, as the contractor, are probably well aware that final colors may vary from the chart that was used for selection, or that batch variations in color are not uncommon, it is just as […]

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