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Glossary: G

Glossary: G

G Gauge Rake – A tool with an adjustable depth gauge designed for application of high-build coatings or cementitious toppings at a preset, uniform thickness. Glass-Fiber Reinforced Concrete (GFRC) – A portland cement – based composite containing glass fibers for reinforcement. Substantially lower in weight than plain concrete, with higher flexural and compressive strengths. Often

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What are the most common tests for fresh concrete?

Slump , air content, unit weight and compressive strength tests are the most common tests. Slump is a measure of consistency, or relative ability of the concrete to flow. If the concrete can’t flow because the consistency or slump is too low, there are potential problems with proper consolidation. If the concrete won’t stop flowing

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Steps To Pouring Concrete

Installing concrete, whether for a concrete driveway, slab, sidewalk, footing or patio can be a very challenging job. Each and every concrete placement is different. Size, shape, color, finish and depth of a residential project all have to be considered when pouring concrete. Once these items are decided on, the steps to placing concrete are relatively always the same in regard

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What Are Contraction And Expansion Joints?

If you’ve ever wanted to know what are contraction and expansion joints, this is the article for you. Expansion joints in any type of concrete control the location and spread of cracks. If a contractor tells you your concrete isn’t going to crack, he simply does not know what he’s talking about. All concrete cracks.

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Placing And Finishing A Concrete Driveway

When it comes to placing and finishing a concrete driveway, Harmon Concrete has it down to a science. The concrete, once delivered, is discharged as quickly as possible. Anywhere from an hour to 1 1/2 hours is usually a reasonable time frame for the typical driveway. The following is the sequence we use for placing and finishing a

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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.