What Is Permeable Concrete and What Makes It A Green Choice?
by TRP Ready Mix on February 11, 2019
Concrete Suppliers Discuss the Environmental Benefits of Water-Permeable Concrete Permeable concrete is a special type of concrete that has positive impacts on the environment and is also economically advantageous. Short of making it from recycled concrete, you can order new permeable concrete mixes from your local concrete suppliers. If you want to benefit from using […]Read More
How to Prevent De-Icing Salt from Damaging Concrete In Winter
by TRP Ready Mix on January 11, 2019
Concrete Suppliers Offer Tips to Help Keep Your Concrete in Good Condition during the Winter Winter is here, and winter weather means plenty of salt dumped on roads and driveways. That salt can damage concrete, especially if it’s new. If your concrete is not mixed, installed, sealed, or cured properly, it’s at risk of being […]Read More
How Concrete Gets Recycled
by TRP Ready Mix on December 10, 2018
A Look at the Eco-Friendly, Cost-Effective Concrete Recycling Process As surprising as it might be, concrete gets recycled. Instead of transporting concrete waste to landfills and paying a high price to dispose of concrete, contractors will recycle concrete from a demolition project. Recycling concrete results in significant cost savings, while also reducing the environmental footprint […]Read More
Unique Concrete Uses in Your Home
by TRP Ready Mix on October 11, 2018
With Ready Mix Concrete, Your Home Décor Options Are Endless! Is concrete a suitable material for projects at home? If you’re thinking that its uses are limited to walkways, driveways, and foundations, you’re missing out on the tremendous potential of this versatile material. You may have considered building your own concrete patio. But concrete can […]Read More
Sun Damage to Concrete: What’s the Story?
by TRP Ready Mix on August 11, 2018
How to Protect and Repair Concrete Products from the Sun’s Harmful Effects Can sunlight damage concrete? It might surprise you to learn that, yes, UV rays can damage concrete over time and extended sun exposure, especially prolonged exposure in summer, can speed up this damage. We know that ultraviolet (UV) radiation destroys both living and […]Read More