There are three main types of concrete grades that are commonly used. Portland Pozzolana Cement (PPC), General Purpose or Ordinary Portland Cement (GPC or OPC), or Portland Slag Cement (PSC). For use under plaster the Ordinary Portland Cement (OPC) is best, and commonly used in most commercial concreting work. Read MoreWhich cement is best for plaster in commercial works?

Along with slab floors, it’s recommended that 4 inches is the minimum thickness achieved for concrete driveways. If only passenger cars will be going over the surface, non-reinforced concrete is suitable. However if bigger vehicles like trucks or caravans will be moving over it, a thicker depth of 5 inches is best. Read MoreWhat is the best thickness for a concrete driveway?

Concrete Driveways need to be durable and have solid strength. The industry standard strength is 3000-4000 PSI range for driveways to handle cars driving over them daily. When quotes are being given it is important that the concreter knows exactly what the area will be used for, so that the right supplies and materials can... Read MoreWhat type of concrete is used for driveways?