Concrete and Children's Safety: A Blog for Parents and CaregiversConcrete and Children's Safety: A Blog for Parents and Caregivers

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Concrete and Children's Safety: A Blog for Parents and Caregivers

You love your kids and don't want them to get hurt. I certainly know that I feel that way. Hi, my name is Jenici, and I am a safety advocate. Some of my kids even tease me about it and call me a fanatic. However, I have never taken my kid to the emergency room, and I plan never to be in that situation. If you are a parent or a caregiver, this blog is devoted to you and your kids. Here, I look at concrete and children's safety. I provide tips and ideas to help you. Please look around – I hope you enjoy this blog.


Ways to Use Underground Water Tanks on a Farm

An increasing number of people are considering farms as a way to reduce costs and live a less chaotic lifestyle. Some are choosing to go with a small yet sustainable farm. If this is the case for you, then you know water and water usage is vital to the functionality of the farm and to your new life. One way you can help stretch the use of your water on the farm is to go with underground water tanks. Read More 

How Contractors Embed and Reveal Embellishments in Exposed Aggregate

When laying exposed aggregate around your home, you'll need to choose decorative stones or other embellishments that you want to add. Pebbles come in many colours: blue, sand, cream, red and grey, which you can mix or match to create uniform or colourful concrete.  You'll also need to consider whether to choose rounded or angular stone, which will generate smooth or sharper surfaces, respectively. Your selections will depend, among other things, on whether you intend to walk across it in bare feet, as you might want to for a pool deck or patio. Read More 

3 Ways to Get the Right Type of Commercial Concrete Kerbing

Concrete kerbing is an ideal solution for paving your outdoor commercial space. Concrete kerbs are a form of edging that can change the functionality of the outside area. However, these kerbs come in various designs. If you are new to the commercial concrete kerbing, then you may have a hard time making a choice. However, once you understand the different types of concrete kerbing and how they work, the process becomes easier. Read More