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November 03, 2017
Cold weather is quickly approaching and we have some tips to help you keep pouring through the cold season. The process concrete goes through to harden or cure is refereed to as the hydration process. In this process it is important to keep your concrete well above freezing temperatures. Allowing concrete to freeze during the hydration process can slow or completely interrupt curing. To avoid total frustration consider these tips.
It is best to let your concrete project stay in the mold until the color of the concrete has lightened significantly and is close to a light gray or white.
I hope this little bit of information is helpful. As always, feel free to contact us if you have any questions. Happy Holidays!
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August 16, 2019
Our customer Victor in Texas was so kind to provide us with photos of his project, during construction and as you can see beautifully completed in time for his daugher's wedding, and surely many other happy events to come.
Victor used History Stones concrete molds to complete the balusters (Venetian style baluser), rails, newel posts and the History Stones Tuscany Column. He did an outstanding job!
During these hot last days of summer is a good time to put your dreams to action by ordering your concrete molds now, while on sale, so you can have them ready to use in the soon coming cooler days of fall. Good Idea right!
January 06, 2017
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