Category: Concreting

interesting facts about concrete

Interesting Facts About Concrete

Have you been wanting to learn some more interesting facts about concrete? Then look no further. At Everlast Services, it’s no secret that we’re huge fans of concrete. There’s pretty much nothing we don’t love about it; it’s one of the most durable materials on earth as well as one of the most versatile. It’s

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Concrete design ideas

Unique Concrete Design Ideas to Enhance Your Home

Are you looking for some unique concrete design ideas and inspiration to enhance your home? You’re in the right place! The versatility of concrete should never be underestimated. At Everlast Services, we understand better than anyone just how incredible concrete is. Concrete is one of the most durable materials in the world and has endless

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ST15 - Backyard Stencil Concrete

Which Concrete Finish Should You Choose?

Wondering which concrete finish you should choose? Concrete is one of the most versatile and durable materials on earth, which is why Everlast Services loves it so much. In fact, we’ve spent a considerable amount of time and effort becoming experts on it. However, often concrete’s aesthetic potential is underestimate. People decide against it, thinking

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how to repair concrete

How to Repair Concrete

Concrete is a composite material which is made from pieces of aggregate and rock mixed with cement. One of the most remarkable things about concrete is its malleability when newly mixed and its strength and durability when dried and hardened. In fact, it is one of the strongest materials in the world, which is why

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Types of concrete garden edging

What Types of Concrete Garden Edging Are There?

Wondering what types of concrete garden edging there are? Concrete edging is a great way to add interest to any garden. It’s visually striking and can help to cut down the time it takes to maintain your garden. It’s a fantastic investment as it keeps your garden looking neat and tidy without having to do

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Tips & tricks for finishing concrete

Tips and Tricks for Finishing Concrete

Achieving a beautifully smooth finish when pouring your own concrete can be harder than it looks. These tips and tricks will not only leave you with aesthetically pleasing and even concrete, but will also ensure its durability and a long-lasting surface. Make Sure You Have the Right Tools Having a proper set of tools will

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A short history of concrete

A Short History of Concrete

Everlast Services are concrete aficionados. We use it for everything, and whether you enlist us for a fencing, decking or landscaping service, chances are we’ll be using our favourite material in one way or another. Why? Because it’s incredible and it delivers on three fronts – durability, cost and maintenance. So, to celebrate this miraculous

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Pouring concrete in cold weather

Pouring Concrete In Cold Weather

This summer has been a scorcher, but it won’t be long before those temperatures start plummeting. Hot summers often mean cool winters which may seem like a relief now but if you’ve got a concreting job you’ve been saving till June, you’ll want to keep the following advice in mind. When laying a slab in

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Slate Concrete

The Ultimate Guide to Concrete Slate Driveways

If you’re building a new home, or your current driveway needs a bit of a facelift, you need to know about concrete slate. If you’re investigating possible options, you’re probably thinking about tile, stone or even other concrete options, such as stencil, aggregate and painted, but, concrete slate is becoming an incredibly popular choice. Find

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Why decorative concrete is perfect for pathways

Why Decorative Concrete is Perfect for Pathways and Entryways

Choosing the material for your pathways and entryways is an incredibly important design choice for your home. Pathways and entryways perform a function, so unlike other design aspects, it’s about so much more than aesthetics. Your pathways and entryways will usually be the most high-traffic areas of your home. That means the material you choose

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