For both commercial and residential garages, epoxy sealing and coating can be beneficial. Not only does it radically improve the appearance of your concrete, but epoxy sealing can also make your garage easier to maintain. Here are just six of the benefits of epoxy sealing and coating.
Concrete cutting is a complex and intricate process, but not just for the obvious reason. Sure, it takes skill and the right tools to cut through such a durable material, precisely, but more importantly, many dangers could be hidden just below the surface of the concrete.
Concrete Cutting: When is it time to fix cracked concrete at your home? Homeowners will almost always see concrete damage starting to appear at their home if it’s more than a year old. Weather greatly influences concrete over time. If cracks appear and the damage is not controlled immediately, the damage will continue to spread. It is very beneficial to have a professional cut for you. One mistakenly placed cut can damage the rest of your concrete. The Concrete Cutting Process Most homeowners who hire a concrete cutting professional have not had this type of work done before, this means […]
Our demolition division offers various applications of demolition for residential, commercial, and industrial projects. Capabilities include interior selective demolition, driveway, sidewalk, and patio demolition, and full structure demolition. We have numerous pieces of specialty demolition equipment including a Brokk, which is lightweight and compact enough to fit through doorways and elevators and is run by remote control so it can be used inside and out. We also have equipment for excavating, site work and hauling.
Radon Gas Mitigation Greene’s Inc., the Intermountain region’s premier radon detection and mitigation expert, is teaming up with the Utah Department of Environmental Quality and Utah Safety Council to educate homeowners and landlords about the dangers of radon. Radon gas is the second leading cause of lung cancer in the United States, and occurs naturally when uranium in soil, rock, and water breaks down. The resulting gas seeps into buildings where it can be inhaled. According to the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, lung cancer caused by radon claims nearly 20,000 lives every year. “Lung cancer from radon gas is a […]