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How to repair the damaged beams and walls in load-bearing construction as shown in the images below. As seen in the picture, the structure has been broken to make way for drain pipes.
it is observed that formation of efflorescence is high in coastal areas. process of efflorescence formation in cementitious materials is understood. only reasons to having high risk of efflorescence formation are needed to be cleared. please advice
We are experiencing a drought at the moment. The use of water is limited and therefore effecting the curing of concrete. We want to make more use of plastic to limit the evaporation of water as long as possible. ...