We fill the holes in concrete blocks after they are stacked to achieve a stronger wall, one with properties nearly identical to a poured concrete wall. Concrete walls
Concrete walls serve a variety of purposes. They can be decorative adornments to a yard or garden, retaining walls that keep back soil or water, or property markers. Many people choose to make concrete walls out of blocks, but the safest and strongest way is to pour concrete into a pre-made frame.
Your driveway serves not only as the entrance to your garage, it draws a visual line to your home, and is often the first thing your guests will see when visiting. Because most driveways require large amounts of concrete, pouring them is a job for the professionals. Preliminary work and planning will make the driveway-pouring project successful.
Concrete footings and stemwalls are the two important components of any concrete foundation. It is extremely important to know how to pour the concrete for building the footing, because if the footing is not placed correctly, it can cause the entire structure to be imbalanced or downright lopsided.
Use flowable fill materials to close off gas, sewer, or water pipes underground that are no longer in use.
Wet-mix shotcrete involves pumping of a previously prepared concrete, typically ready-mixed concrete, to the nozzle. In the “wet-mix” method, the moisture content can be more closely controlled. The possibilities of too little or too much water, have been eliminated. Compressed air is introduced at the nozzle to impel the mixture onto the receiving surface. The wet-gun procedure also produces less rebound, waste (when material falls to the floor), and dusts compared to the dry-mix procedure. The greatest advantage of the wet-mix process is that larger volumes can be placed in less time.
We also provide other concrete pump services: for pools, spas, sidewalks, slabs stairs and much more.