Did you ever consider what extra water does to concrete? Concrete should contain enough water to produce a mix that has a relativity stiff consistency, which works readily and does not segregate. Normally concrete delivered to projects has a slump of between three and four inches.
If drivers add an excessive amount of water, it will affect the durability and reduce the strength of the concrete.
If you add only one gallon of water to a yard of properly designed 3000 psi concrete mix:
Warning: Use of deicers on your new driveway, sidewalk, garage floor, or patio could be harmful!
Protecting your concrete from deicers and the harsh winter environment can be accomplished by using a sealer.
Many people use the terms "concrete" and "cement" interchangeably, but the two are actually different products. Cement is a mineral (Powder) that sets and hardens to bind other materials together. Redi Mix Concrete is a mixture of cement, aggregates, and water. Concrete is one of the world's versatile and durable construction material. For all construction projects from large to small.
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