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Concrete Vs. Asphalt: 4 Distinct Advantages of Concrete Paving

What’s the difference between asphalt and concrete paving? Is one better than the other? Discover the distinct advantages of concrete paving materials from the experts at North Country Concrete.

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Decorative Commercial Concrete: 4 Advantages For Your Property

Looking to improve the aesthetic appeal of your commercial property? North Country Concrete explains how decorative commercial concrete offers commercial property owners a variety of design advantages. 

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Maintenance Tips for Pervious & Decorative Concrete

If you’ve invested in high-quality pervious or decorative concrete, practicing proper long-term maintenance is essential for its longevity. Routine cleaning and upkeep will help ensure your commercial concrete remains both functional and visually appealing for decades to come. To help you care for your investment properly, the experts at North Country Concrete discuss valuable maintenance tips below.

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Non-Negotiable Traits to Look for in a Commercial Concrete Company

Looking for a dependable contractor for your commercial concrete project? Finding the perfect concrete company to meet all of your project needs can be a time-consuming process. And if you don’t know what to look for, there’s a good chance you’ll end up disappointed, either in the service or the final product.

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Customizing Your Building

If you own a commercial or industrial building you understand how important it is to remain in good standing with the surrounding community. Providing jobs without causing enough noise or traffic to be a nuisance are the main ways you can keep a good image in the public eye. Another means of accomplishing such a goal is to turn the building into a local landmark. You may think of hiring local artists to decorate the outside of the building or by simply utilizing a beautiful architectural design to make an interesting landmark. An option you may have overlooked is how you can make a more permanent impression on the community by utilizing custom concrete in the building design.

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What Is Pervious Concrete?

Pervious concrete is a great way to make your project greener, more environmentally sustainable. This form of concrete captures stormwater and, instead of channeling it into the gutter, allows the water to seep into the ground and thus helping to recharge the water table. Pervious concrete, also known as porous concrete, permeable concrete, and no-fines concrete, is among the Best Management Practices (BMPs) that the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) recommends.

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Five Reasons Why You Need to Pave Your Commercial Driveway With Concrete

If your company's roads and driveways are already paved -- and it looks like they are ready for a repaving -- or you're looking to expand your driveways, you need to call a company that specializes in concrete driveways. Here are some advantages of using concrete to pave your company's driveways. 

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