How to Melt Ice Without Concrete Damage: A Guide

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Did you know that Rhode Island gets around 35 inches of snow every year? That’s almost 10 inches more than the average for the US, making it a very chilly place to be! Whilst snow is amazing and undeniably beautiful, it can also be a bit of a pain when it wants to be, especially when it […]

All You Need to Know About Winterizing Concrete Surfaces

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Brace yourselves, folks: according to this year’s copy of the Old Farmer’s Almanac, winter will be a “season of shivers” for the ages. With cold temperatures and snowstorms inbound, you must prepare your concrete for winter wear and tear.  Advanced Construction Services offers garage concrete services, driveway concrete services, and more to prepare your home for […]

Protect Your Garage Floors Today

Sick of the stubborn spills in your garage and staining the concrete? Are the cracks and denting getting worse? A simple cost effective way to update and fix the garage floors is by getting an epoxy coating. It is made of resin and hardeners; it is similar to plastic but harder and more resistant to […]

Sinking Sidewalks and Heaving Foundations

Sandjacking or PolyJacking, What is right for you? Sandjacking – Uses a patented Sandjacking “sand” is made of crushed limestone. Using this crushed limestone has the least amount of moisture content around 2%. Sandjacking will extend the life of your concrete. We offer a transferable warranty too. We stand behind our work that we do. […]

Spring Home Inspections YOU Can Do Now

SPRING CHECK LIST/SITE INSPECTION ​SITE CONCRETE (Liability Issues) Inspect all concrete sidewalks, driveways, aprons for tripping hazards (TIP: Any height difference 3/4 inch or greater is considered a tripping hazard). Inspect all concrete sidewalks and entryways for proper step heights (TIP: Proper step height is to be within 7 – 8 inch rise. However, there […]

Sandjacking – The Video!

A short video showing the process of Sandjacking™ a driveway. The driveway had settled over 2 inches due to poor compaction after excavated soils had settled. The void was completely filled with a compacted dry sand. The joint between the garage floor and the driveway, broken control joints and cracks are sealed with caulking.