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Planning Your Concrete Driveway

The quality of the completed concrete driveway always begins with good planning. Spending time planning your concrete driveway is always a wise decision that can help you eliminate possible problems later on. One of the first things to consider is size. The suggested width for a single-car driveway is 9 to 10 feet. For double width, plan to use

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Concrete Patio Overlay

Concrete Patio Overlay

A concrete patio, if properly planned and executed, can last for years and years. If it’s not properly planned and executed, the negative results can show almost immediately. This is what happened to one of our existing customers. His home was built about 4 years ago and the back patio started cracking within the first

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Should My Concrete Driveway Be Repaired Or Replaced?

Should My Concrete Driveway Be Repaired Or Replaced?

This is one of the most common questions we get when we’re talking to a potential customer. Of course, the answer isn’t as hard as most people make it out to be. Unless the driveway is simply falling apart at the seams, it can most likely be repaired. When we talk about repairing a concrete

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What is the difference between stamped concrete and a decorative concrete overlay?

What is the difference between stamped concrete and a decorative concrete overlay?

A decorative concrete overlay is just that… a highly durable thinset layer of hybrid polymer concrete that overlays an existing patio, floor, foyer, driveway, sidewalk or any other type of existing concrete. Stamped concrete is a completely new pour of concrete where a pattern is stamped into the concrete. Stamped concrete on a new concrete pour has the advantage of being one piece,

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Why Does Concrete Crack?

Why Does Concrete Crack?

One of the most common questions we get about concrete, is “Why does concrete crack?” This is by far the most popular question in the history of concrete! Concrete, like all other materials, will slightly change in volume when it dries out. In typical concrete, this change amounts to about 500 millionths. Translated into dimensions-this

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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.