Since successful concrete pouring depends on outside temperatures being at a certain minimum, cold-weather concreting comes with its own challenges. However, you can pour, finish and cure your concrete structure even in chilly temps. Visit this page for more information.
Even in the best of weather, concrete is sometimes difficult to work with. Problems can occur, no matter how careful you are. Here are some of the more common issues and tips to avoid them.
Avoid Air Loss During Concrete Pumping
Avoid Bugholes (Surface Air Voids)
Avoid Crusting Surfaces (Wavy Surface)
Avoid Low Concrete Strength Results
Avoid Plastic Shrinkage Cracking
Avoid Uncontrolled Shrinkage Cracking
Avoid Mortar Flaking