Installing new material into your home is a big decision. Careful thought and consideration go into your choice – what you are installing, how you want it to look, how much you can spend. Any major project is bound to be costly as well, which is why you should be sure you are choosing the right contractor. Installing the new material isn’t all that’s important – how it is installed is crucial as well! Here are some tips you should consider when choosing a contractor.
Prior to purchasing Travertine, it is crucial to know what type you are getting. Travertine can range in terms of quality, style, cut, thickness, and color. Before installing Travertine in your home, it is helpful to know the different qualities of each type so you know what you are getting.
Character, elegance, eye-catching, long lasting, low maintenance – aren’t these all qualities you would like to see reflected from the stone or marble you have installed in your home? Majestic Stones Traveritne & Marble features a collection of beautiful tumbled marble & tumbled travertine that is sure to leave a lasting impression and keep you 100% satisfied. With a wide range of color variations, there is no need to look any further for the high-quality stone or marble you have been searching for.
Adding code compliant increased living space to your home has never been easier to do thanks to the Wellcraft Egress System. Window well escape systems may be a safety requirement, but you don’t have to sacrifice your basement's beauty to comply with the code. The Wellcraft Egress offers a complete system that turns your basement into a naturally bright, comfortable living room, bedroom, home theatre, recreation room or home office.
What is Ready-Mix Concrete?
In its basic form Ready Mix Concrete is the mixture of sand, stone, cement and water. The cement (a dry fine powder) is combined with water to form a paste which is than mixed with fine and coarse aggregates (sand and stone respectively) to form a solid material when cured. The sand acts as a filler between the larger pieces of stone in ready mix concrete. There can be other cementitious ingredients added to concrete such as fly ash, ground granulated blast furnace slag and silica fume, in addition to a range of admixtures that can be used to enhance and change the properties of ready mix concrete.