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Flooring | Jan. 13th, 2014 | 0

Interested in Concrete Flooring? 3 Surprising Facts about Concrete You Need to Know

Concrete flooring is not a fleeting trend or fad. In fact, its widespread commercial popularity has seeped into the residential space, according to the Concrete Network’s Concrete Floors Survey. Over 82 percent of the survey’s respondents have known about concrete as a finished flooring surface for over five years, and have considered using it in… Read more »

a crack in a foundation on a house

Waterproofing | Dec. 14th, 2013 | 0

4 Things Portland Homeowners Need to Know About Foundation Cracks

No home is flawless. Every house, new or old, has some issues—some more serious than others. As a homeowner, the real trick is identifying potential issues early and knowing your red flags from typical wear and tear. Foundation issues are one of the most problematic home problems to watch out for. However, the severity of… Read more »

a stone and concrete flooring on a entry way

Residential | Nov. 8th, 2013 | 0

5 Home Maintenance Upgrades that Boost Property Value in Portland

Are you looking to sell your home in Portland but you’re not sure how to get the most from your investment? You might be surprised that there are a few things you can do to raise property values without breaking the bank. Seal & Refinish Cracked Floors In the Pacific Northwest, the ground tends to… Read more »

Cracks in Concrete

Residential | Oct. 22nd, 2013 | 0

Tell-Tale Signs Your Concrete Floors Are Aging and Need to Be Repaired

  Concrete is widely considered to be one of the most durable and long-lasting building materials used today, and throughout history. In fact, concrete was used extensively by the Romans from 300 BC to 476 AD and even remnants of concrete floors, which were made of lime and pebbles, have been discovered in Greece that… Read more »



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