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What are Concrete Admixtures? Admixtures are defined as any material added to a batch of concrete other than the required three ingredients: cement, water and aggregate. Admixtures alter the concrete’s quality, manageability, acceleration or retardation of setting time and other properties. They can help ensure a successful pour in both […]

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At Intermountain Concrete Specialties, we know that a walk-behind saw is a handy piece of concrete equipment to have in your arsenal. When it comes to choosing the right concrete walk-behind saw for your construction project, here are three great options. MK Diamond SRX-150 Compact and lightweight, the SRX-150 is […]

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When it comes to countertops, there are a lot of options on the market these days: granite, quartz, laminates, wood and concrete are just some of the possibilities. So why are so many homeowners choosing concrete countertops? Decorative concrete offers a creative and affordable way to change up the look […]

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Intermountain Concrete Intermountain Concrete Specialties would like to extend a big “Thank You!” to all of our valued customers, especially those who attended our two Open House celebrations, commemorating Intermountain Concrete Specialties’ 65 years in business. Open House dates were May 19, 2015 at our Logan showroom, and May 21, […]

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Stained concrete is an exciting way to create an infinite array of decorative effects on both interior and exterior concrete at minimal cost. Chemical concrete stains do more than just add color – they infuse color into the concrete to create a rich, variegated finish. Instead of covering the concrete […]

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