Pavers Vs. Concrete: What’s the Difference?

When planning a patio, driveway or walkway renovation project, one of the most important things to decide is the material. There are two popular materials to consider for patio renovation – concrete and pavers. Both have their unique benefits worth considering. To help you make an informed decision, we compare these two popular materials. Let’s...
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Reasons to Use Concrete For Your Commercial Building Project

Concrete is one of the most popular building materials. It is versatile and offers many benefits. Concrete is known for its superior strength, durability, and higher albedo. These properties make it one of the best options for commercial settings. Here are some reasons to consider concrete for your next commercial building project from Bayshore Materials,...
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Differences Between Ready-Mix and Site-Mixed Concrete

Concrete is one of the most widely used building materials. Known for its superior strength and durability, concrete finds its use in residential, commercial, and industrial projects. The construction industry uses two main types of concrete – ready-mix concrete and site-mixed concrete. Ready-Mix Concrete vs. Site-Mixed Concrete Ready-mix concrete is manufactured in a batch plant...
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How is Ready Mixed Concrete Delivered?

Ready-mix concrete is manufactured in a batching plant under controlled conditions. There are many benefits to ready-mix concrete. Ready-mix concrete plants utilize sophisticated equipment designed to eliminate errors and create a high-quality product. Ready-mix concrete is known for its superior durability. Ready-mix concrete structures last for decades, if not longer. Cement consumption is also reduced...
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Rejuvenate and Reseal Your Concrete This Summer

Used in the construction of both residential and commercial buildings, concrete is the most popular building material. It is a common practice to apply sealers to concrete to protect the surface from corrosion, damage, and staining. Sealers either block concrete pores or create an impermeable layer that prevents water and salts from passing. Concrete sealing...
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