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What concrete should be used on the fence?

sty 3, 2018

Landlords often choose to fence their property – this is justified for both safety and aesthetic reasons. Then the question is, what kind of...

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Is it possible to put the architectural concrete on the terrace?

gru 18, 2017

Terraces are usually associated with wooden platforms and barriers – this natural material is a good choice concerning the contact space...

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Technology of the architectural concrete production

gru 11, 2017

Architectural concrete is a material with special properties – it combines the aesthetic qualities with the resistance and strength of an...

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What color can be used for architectural concrete?

gru 1, 2017

Architectural concrete, as the finishing material, must meet certain characteristics. It should certainly be resistant to external conditions, as...

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Is it necessary to carry out formwork in case of using the architectural concrete?

paź 9, 2017

Formwork, also known as planking, called informally as board or clapboards is used to give the right shape of a concrete mix. It is a form made of...

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Concrete panels as fireplace cladding

wrz 4, 2017

Fireplace makes original and functional decoration of any home. It creates a family and cozy atmosphere, and everyone, especially on cooler evenings,...

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How to care for architectural concrete floors?

cze 19, 2017

Architectural concrete on the floor makes a dramatic impact. It perfectly emphasizes the style of interiors in modern and minimalist style, but is...

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How to transport architectural concrete slabs?

kwi 18, 2017

Transportation of construction materials is not the easiest. Care must be taken to prepare, transport and secure the materials. What is the safest...

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What are retaining walls?

mar 22, 2016

Retaining walls are independent structures in the form or walls or elongated parietal pillars with a straight, step or chamfered inner side. They are...

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Can concrete catch fire?

mar 18, 2016

Concrete is a non-flammable material and cannot catch fire by itself. Of course, its surface can burn, e.g. when it is covered with a flammable...

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