Just Say No…………..


Just Say No!

When you have the control over when your concrete is going to be poured and the temperature is over 100 degrees – Just Say No!

Just Say No!…….

  • When you have the control over when your concrete is going to be poured and the temperature is over 100 degrees – Say No!
  • When your contractor is in a hurry to finish the job but the temperatures are too hot or there is rain in the forecast – Say No!
  • When they want to pour your foundation or driveway or patio when it is going to be very cold – Say No!
  • When they tell you that they don’t need rebar or gravel under the concrete – Say No
  • When someone tells you that fiber in the concrete will replace rebar – Say No!
  • When they tell that the new additives make it OK to pour concrete in any weather – hot or cold – Say No!
  • When they tell you they are going to add water to make the concrete easier to work – Say No!
  • When they tell you that they don’t need expansion joints for whatever reason – Say No!
  • When your contractor has no references older than 3 years that you can visit – Say No!
  • When your contractor says if it rains he will cover it with plastic – Say No!

Your foundation, your driveway, your garage floor, your patio – all made of concrete and all very expensive to replace or repair – do your homework.  Check out what the contractor tells you.  Research and then research some more.  Don’t believe everything that is on the web.  Don’t be swayed by price alone.  All concrete is NOT the same.  All contractors do NOT know how to pour good concrete.  And everyone is NOT looking out for your best interests.  Read, question, read some more, and then when someone wants to do something that isn’t right –  Say No!

Some great places to get the straight scoop –
Portland Cement Association – Link
American Concrete Institute – Link
Concrete Producers Group – Link
Midwest Concrete Industry Institute – Link
SealGreen – ReUse Concrete Sealing Specialists – Link

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This is Connie Hernandez writing for SealGreen.com and ReUse Concrete Sealing. I love all things green and I love all things concrete. Ten years ago I knew nothing about the world of concrete and now that I know more - it has become totally fascinating. There is so much to talk about regarding the concrete things in life. I will be posting weekly to start and if this catches on - I will be posting more frequently. As long as you keep it positive, clean, and useful -- anyone is welcome to: ♦ comment ♦ ask questions ♦ become part of the conversation I will try to respond promptly to every comment, question, etc. And from time to time I hope to be able to feature guest bloggers. I love participation and lively debate. ~Connie
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