Concrete is also affected by the weather. Too much sun can cause a “sweat” to form on top of the surface, which will weaken it and make it susceptible to cracking. To prevent this from occurring, cover your precast concrete with a tarp or plastic sheeting before the pour to contain the heat from direct sunlight as well as from inclement weather.
Q: How can I fix a large crack in my driveway?
A: One way to repair cracks in driveways is through patchwork. A small piece of asphalt placed along one side of a crack will hold for years without causing any problems unless you have an extremely heavy vehicle traveling over that area again within that time frame! Another method would be using epoxy grout along with steel mesh reinforcement embedded into both sides of the driveway at approximately 1/4 inch depth below each cure-and-fill level using latex foam pads underneath them so they remain tight against each other until cured. Using this method all evidence of a crack should disappear making it appear as if no work had ever been done there whatsoever—even though sections may be missing here and there due to unevenness caused during patchwork!
Q: What type(s) do I need for my stamped concrete floor?
A: Generally speaking, once you determine what size pattern (or designs) you want your floors made out of (for example; tiles, tiles like brick pavers, bricks like tile or