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Can it be too hot or too cold to place new concrete?

Pouring Concrete in extreme Weather  Can it be too hot or too cold to place new concrete? Curing Concrete in Cold Weather 223x300Temperature extremes make it difficult to properly cure concrete. On hot days, too much water is lost by evaporation from newly placed concrete. If the temperature drops too close to freezing, hydration slows to nearly a standstill. Under these conditions, concrete ceases to gain strength and other desirable properties. In general, the temperature of new concrete should not be allowed to fall below 30 Fahrenheit during the curing period.

In Northwest Arkansas, the concrete companies require the temperature to be 25 and rising before they’ll even consider delivering concrete.

Harmon Concrete is the premier concrete contractor for Northwest Arkansas and we want to be your concrete company. We would like to be your concrete company from Northwest Arkansas.

For your added convenience, we provide an online bid request form. Fill out a simple form for the day and time most convenient to you and we’ll show up and provide a free, written estimate. It’s as simple as that!

We also have a low price guarantee: Show us a written bid from another concrete company in Northwest Arkansas and we’ll match it!

Serving The Central United States Since 1987

Harmon Concrete proudly services Tulsa, Oklahoma, Muskogee, Oklahoma, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, Fort Smith, Arkansas, Fayetteville, Arkansas, Bentonville, Arkansas, Rogers, Arkansas, Siloam Springs, Arkansas, Eureka Springs, Arkansas, Little Rock, Arkansas, Harrison, Arkansas, Branson, Missouri, Springfield, Missouri, Joplin, Missouri, Neosho, Missouri, Kansas City, Missouri, Jefferson City, Missouri, Columbia, Missouri, Wichita, Kansas, Kansas City, Kansas, Dallas, Texas, Fort Worth, Texas, Houston, Texas and the entire Central United States of America.

If your city is not listed, please rest assured that Harmon Concrete services all of Oklahoma, Texas, Missouri, Kansas and Arkansas.