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Concrete Sealers: What sealers to use and when!

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This week we here at Goodmanson Construction are going to fill you in on what concrete sealers we use and why they are beneficial to you. For all sealers, temperatures should be above 40 degrees F overnight to ensure optimum results. BASF-Kure-N-Seal is a low-viscosity (more runny so it fills in the crevices better), transparent, […]

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How a Retaining Wall is Installed

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  Hello Everyone!!!! I got back just in time for the excitement of the Roseville “Living Smarter” Home and Garden Fair!!! Yeaaaa This week I’m going to talk a bit about Retaining Wall installation. First, as with relationships, you need to start out with a good foundation. Here at Goodmanson Construction (Developing Concrete Relationships Since […]

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Winter Concrete Driveways

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I hope that you all are surviving this wonderful weather. I also hope your driveways are holding up with all the freeze/thaw they have had to endure. Freezing and thawing can be tough if your driveway doesn’t have a proper base. We here at Goodmanson Construction, having been doing this for 42 years, know the […]

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Entry Steps Refresher

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  We should mention that your entry steps will have a 2% slope away from the house, so the water won’t run towards your house. We also give them a nice broom finish to give you more traction in the rain. Also, our steps are 5” to 9” thick with 3/8″ rebar in a 2′ […]

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Parking Lot Striping

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The first thing you should consider is the fact that you will need 1 handicap space for every 25 regular spaces up to 100 spaces and 1 handicap space for every 100 spaces there after. 25 regular spaces = 1 handicap space/26 to 50 regular spaces = 2 handicap spaces…etc. 101 to 150 regular spaces = […]

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Entry Step Codes

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First off, codes dictate that the entry steps into your home need to start out with footings, makes sense to me. If your entry steps are pulling away from your home or are sinking (not good) it should make sense to you as well. If entry steps are not properly installed with footings, sink-age may/will occur and water […]

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HARD-CEM: Warehouse Floor Hardener

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  Hello Concrete Enthusiasts!!! If you’re not an enthusiast, we hope to make you one! By way of introduction: My name is Max Goodmanson (administrative assistant at Goodmanson Construction). Let me preface by telling you that this is Goodmanson Constructions and my first ever blog-strange word, “BLOG”-Where did it come from?? Our hope with this […]

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