Welcome to E Thomas Developments' blog section. Here you can keep up-to-date with all the latest information on topics related to the construction industry. We post regular content around slipform kerbing, tarmacadam & road sweeping. You should also check back from time to time for answers related to frequently asked questions.
Building with concrete has a few different options available, and knowing how to choose the right option for your project can save you time and money. Hence, this article will explain the basics of slipform and jump work, and indicate when it is recommended to use each one.
Tarmac (or asphalt) is made up of a combination of materials such as stone, sand and gravel; bound together by a cement product of crude oil. Benefits of tarmac include cost-efficiency and environmentally friendly, to name a few.
Did you know that road sweepers aren't just used to sweep the road? They protect the environment in many more ways. For example, they protect animals & wildlife and motor vehicles, as well as managing storm water.
For many people the words 'tarmac' and 'asphalt' are used interchangeably, but in fact there are some quite important differences between them. When it comes to paving different types of areas, it can be valuable to know the following differences. Such differences include make up, use and advantages, to name a few.