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At MOR Construction, we specialize in concrete construction solutions designed to precisely meet your project's needs and exceed your expectations. We have the expertise and experience to handle designs of all scopes and sizes, from small streetscapes to large-scale construction projects. We take pride in installing the finest quality concrete available, making it the ideal choice for various projects, including commercial driveways and backyard patios.

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Concrete Services Glen Mills, PA

MOR Construction’s team is made up of experienced concrete professionals who can help determine exactly what type of concrete will meet your needs for any project! Whether for business, residential or municipal use, we will get in there when you need it most! We take pride in our commitment to quality and customer satisfaction, so if you have any questions about our concrete services, contact us today!

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What are the Common Causes of Concrete Spalling?

Spalling is a common issue with concrete, particularly in areas with freeze-thaw cycles. Spalling occurs when the surface of the concrete begins to peel or flake away, often due to the expansion and contraction of water within the concrete. Other causes can include exposure to chemicals, salts, or damage from heavy machinery or vehicles. To prevent spalling, it's essential to seal and protect concrete surfaces and avoid using deicing salts or other harsh chemicals.

If your concrete surface or structure has been affected by spalling, call MOR Construction today at (610) 459-2444 or contact us online.

What are the different types of concrete finishes?

There are a variety of different finishes that can be applied to concrete surfaces to achieve different looks and textures. Some popular finishes include stained concrete, which uses acid or water-based dyes to add color to the surface; and polished concrete, which is ground and polished to achieve a smooth, glossy finish. Other options include brushed or broomed concrete, which creates a rough surface.