Six Interesting Facts about Concrete


Think you know everything there is to know about concrete? Think again. Everyone knows that concrete is used in many structures we use everyday, such as buildings and roads. We’ve got some interesting facts to share that you might not have heard though. Keep reading to find out more about our favorite building material, concrete!

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Why Does Concrete Crack?


Ever wondered why your concrete has cracks? We give you the reasons and ways to avoid them. One of the most common problems in concrete is that it can crack. However, when poured and installed correctly, concrete is one of the most durable materials that can last for years to come. Have your concrete installed

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Why You Should Have Your Concrete Pressure Washed


For proper maintenance of your concrete area, it is important that you have it cleaned regularly. When concrete surfaces are left to the elements, over time they will succumb to nature. Central Florida’s warm, humid climate encourages the growth of plants, including creeping weeds that may present tripping hazards, or saplings that become lodged in

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The Effects of Water on Concrete


Over time, water can cause serious damage to your concrete structures. Water, water everywhere…can damage your concrete structure over time. Since 71 percent of our planet is water, it’s going to be impossible to completely prevent the effects of water on concrete over time. At Tolley Concrete, we make it a priority to understand environmental

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Concrete or Asphalt for Your New Driveway?


While an asphalt driveway may seem more economical initially, you’ll end up sacrificing quality and durability. If you are planning to replace or add a driveway onto your property, you may be debating between using concrete or asphalt. While there are benefits to each, concrete is clearly superior to asphalt when it comes to

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