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Workers place concrete from a buggy inside wooden forms for a residential driveway in Wilson, NC.

Using Volumetric Concrete Mixers In Different Environments

volumetric concrete mixers provide flexibility, efficiency, and accuracy in various environments. They enable on-site production of fresh concrete, reduce transportation costs, minimize waste, and adapt to specific conditions, making them a versatile choice for concrete pouring needs.

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How Long Does A Concrete Driveway Last?

The lifespan of a concrete driveway can vary depending on a number of factors, including quality of concrete, the climate in which it is installed, the level of maintenance it receives, and the amount of wear and tear it experiences.

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A skidsteer smooths a fresh asphalt patch during a road repair in North Carolina.

What Is Mill And Overlay?

Mill and overlay is a process used in road construction and maintenance to rehabilitate an existing asphalt pavement surface by removing the top layer of asphalt (known as the “mill”) and then replacing it with a new layer of asphalt (known as the “overlay”).

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A volumetric concrete mixer pours concrete into wooden forms for a new sidewalk in North Carolina.

How To Choose A Concrete Contractor

Choosing a concrete contractor may not be the easiest task. You need someone you can trust and someone who will fit your project and company’s needs.

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Why Concrete Is Better For Retaining Walls

Retaining walls can hold a lot of purpose, from design and function to cost. Ensuring you choose the best materials for them is key to longevity and use. Fulford & Jones, Inc. offers these reasons for why concrete is better for retaining walls.

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Quality Concrete

Whether your next project needs bulk concrete or a small amount of concrete, make Fulford & Jones, Inc. your first call in Wilson, NC, and surrounding areas.

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