Whether you’re a concrete contractor quoting a job or a homeowner determining the cost of a DIY project, one of the most common questions asked is, “How much does concrete cost?” The important thing to remember is that concrete is not a one-size-fits-all application. Instead, the cost of concrete will depend on a variety of factors, such as the size of your project, the strength of concrete you need, and any additional enhancements required, such as decorative concrete or concrete sealers. Explore the factors that impact the cost of concrete below.
Region residents are used to ever changing weather, be it a snow storm in March or torrential rains that creep up when least expected. With these elements, protecting the home from weather hazards is becoming more and more important.
With spring around the corner, many are itching to erase the toll the winter doldrums took on their homes—or simply eager to start a new project. For Northwest Indiana residents, Porter County’s 41st annual Home Improvement Market was just the place to consort with the experts.
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3 Technologies Changing the Game
Adopting new technologies can seem daunting, but for those certain to define business operations in the near future, the long-term value far outweighs the initial costs.
Improving employee productivity through technology
The businesses winning in this economy are the ones getting the most productivity from their employees. Here are 10 tips for using technology to help your business work more efficiently, cut costs and stay ahead of the competition.
When we think of signs, our minds usually go straight to the red and white octagon we see at every intersection. We think of the window sign for the local shop down the street or we wait for a sign to tell us to make a move, but I am telling you to STOP that thinking and choose Steindler Signs & Graphix.
Building an operating near-replica of Star Wars character R2-D2 requires a massive amount of time, knowledge, and resources. Aaron Treble, a Valparaiso resident, worked for 6-8 hours a day for two years to build his now 250-pound droid. “That was after about 6 months of research,” he said.