No matter the scale of the job we do, we make sure to always use high quality materials and tools; and concrete is no exception.
No matter how skilled the crew is, if the materials are low quality they will start to show signs of wear shortly after they’re placed.
Concrete is one of the most important materials in construction, its used in almost every project. It’s strong, cheap and easy to maintain, making it perfect for large projects. With so many brands to choose from it can sometimes be difficult telling the difference between high and low quality concrete.
A common misconception is that all concrete is the same, however there is a big difference between high quality and low quality concrete.
Although low-quality concrete may seem strong at first, it crumbles very easily when exposed to rain. It also cracks during winter, so though it may be cheaper you will need to repair and replace it much more often; making it worse in the long run.
A higher quality concrete will last you for many years and will be able to resist very cold and hot weather conditions; with minimal damage.
A high quality concrete will also be able to resist rain much better, meaning it wont show signs of damage for a while.
No matter how high quality concrete is, it will eventually crumble. The materials porous surface means water can easily seep in and cause micro cracks. Over time the water seeps into these, further damaging the concrete. It’s important to try and repair any crack you see as soon as possible. This is because the longer you wait the more severe it will become; until eventually you will need to replace the entire concrete slab rather then simply repair it.
We have come one of the leading concrete contractors Toronto, with a highly skilled crew, top of the line machinery and high quality materials, we always deliver a high quality result. Over the years we have been expanding from Toronto, now we offer our services in Markham, Woodbridge, Richmond Hill, Newmarket, Brampton, Pickering, Ajax, Whitby, Burlington, Milton, Oakville and Uxbridge.