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That darn cold weather has crept up again and you still did not get your concrete poured this year—again. Summertime can be busy for many, and with fun activities and vacations, pouring concrete can get pushed to the back of the line. This may leave you pondering the possibilities of […]

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Deicers, such as the salts used in snow melt products, can have an adverse effect on concrete surfaces, showing up as cracks or scaling. Scaling is the flaking or peeling of a finished concrete surface, and is typically a result of the presence of moisture and deicing salt on concrete […]

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Cold weather is just around the corner but that doesn’t mean you have to take a break from concrete projects. While cold weather does have an effect on newly placed concrete, concrete work can continue late into the season with proper planning, supplies, and curing. After concrete has been poured […]

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As a leading supplier of concrete products to the Intermountain West since 1950, we appreciate working with companies that have been in business for a long time. Intermountain Concrete Specialties is a proud supplier of W.R. Meadows premium-grade construction products, as part of the many concrete product lines we carry. […]

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