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Our leading experts across the UK have created a range of practical guidance in all things concrete to ensure you have the best understanding of how to ensure your project is a success. 

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  1. Understanding Wet Concrete and the Advantages of Waterproof Concrete

    Understanding Wet Concrete and the Advantages of Waterproof Concrete

    The differences between wet concrete and waterproof concrete.

  2. Weather depiction of a blue sky with clouds

    The causes of wet concrete and how to deal with it

    In the dynamic realm of construction projects in London, finding the right concrete solutions is akin to assembling a puzzle with precision. 

  3. London citscape with iconic buildings: LondonBridge, the Gherkin building and The Shard

    Unlocking Concrete Solutions in London with Concrete2you

    In the dynamic realm of construction projects in London, finding the right concrete solutions is akin to assembling a puzzle with precision. 

  4. Difference Between Cement and Concrete

    Difference Between Cement and Concrete

    Cement and Concrete - there's a world of difference between them!

  5. Concrete for Indoor Application

    Concrete for Indoor Application

    Aesthetically pleasing, durable, low maintenance concrete for indoor applications.    

  6. How Does Concrete Pumping Work?

    How Does Concrete Pumping Work?

    There are a number of advantages to using concrete pumping in construction projects.

  7. What is Reinforced Concrete?

    What is Reinforced Concrete?

    A powerful blend of materials provides a reliable and robust solution for various construction applications.

  8. How Long Does Concrete Take to dry?

    How Long Does Concrete Take to dry?

    Curing concrete can be affected by multiple factors. Managing these risks is key. 

  9. What is Concrete slump

    What is Concrete slump

     

    Getting the correct concrete slump will ensure the laying of you concrete goes to plan for the desired application. 

  10. Small Loads of Concrete (minimix)

    Small Loads of Concrete (minimix)

    Our minimix trucks deliver small loads of concrete under 4m to your projects.

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