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Garage Trends to Watch In 2021

October 26, 2020 By ,
It’s safe to say that everyone is ready to leave 2020 behind. So, let’s take a glimpse into 2021 and discuss what’s going to be hot next year in the world of garages. Whether you’re a homeowner or a contractor, you’ll love these practical yet on-trend ideas. Trend #1: Garage Conversions Throughout the pandemic, homeowners... Read More

To Seal or Not to Seal Concrete

September 16, 2020 By ,
Not sure if you should use a sealer on your new concrete patio, driveway, or walkway? While it might be tempting to skip one more step, we highly recommend that you seal your concrete project! Whether it’s to enhance colors or to repel stains, sealers are a vital step in most concrete jobs. Concrete Sealers... Read More

How To Repair Cracked Concrete

July 23, 2020 By
A properly installed concrete patio or driveway can last for decades but it's inevitable that small cracks or holes may eventually appear. Unlike other materials, such as wood, concrete can be repaired and restored to its former glory so it looks like new. If your concrete has developed a few imperfections, it's important that you... Read More

World of Concrete 2020

March 6, 2020 By ,
World of Concrete 2020 was an incredible event, packed with interesting demos and great new products. We loved chatting with our customers and meeting some new friends, too! Conference organizers estimate 54,000 professionals attended this year, and over 1,300 companies exhibited. Proline’s booths were busier than ever with exciting demonstrations and new product highlights. The… Read More

Proline Training Day!

March 28, 2019 By
Join us for a Proline Training Day hosted by our local store in Las Vegas and OPCMIA Local 797! April 27th 7:30 AM – 2:30 PM (lunch is provided!) 4241 W. OQUENDO RD LAS VEGAS, NV 89119 Learn about Proline Exotic Metals and Pro-Cast GFRC Tables & Countertops Plus! Crack and joint repair Waterproofing Epoxies… Read More

To Seal or Not to Seal

June 19, 2014 By ,
Any surface can become slick when exposed to water or ice. To avoid slippery concrete, it’s essential that you apply a sealant. You should plan to seal your concrete every 2 years, and more frequently if the concrete is exposed to extreme weather conditions. Sealing concrete helps to maintain and enrich the color of concrete,… Read More