I’m a big believer in building with concrete and in the fact that concrete slabs are very, very hard to tear.
I’ve built a lot of concrete and concrete slates and they tend to stay put, as long as the heat stays on and the weather stays sunny.
But they do tend to become slippery when it gets too hot.
The key here is to know what you’re getting into.
This article by Robert Nesbitt explains the principles of building with stone and concrete.
It’s important to note that concrete is generally made of stone, whereas concrete is usually made of cement.
And cement is actually made of wood and brick, but that doesn’t mean that it’s not very strong.
In fact, a good cement slab is almost impervious to water, which is why the United States spends billions of dollars on water-repellent concrete.
And it also protects the roof from moisture, unlike concrete.
But concrete is not without its risks.
For one thing, it’s prone to cracking and tearing.
That’s why concrete can be more difficult to put together than brick or stone.
You need to know the ins and outs of concrete before you can start to look at the advantages and disadvantages of the various materials.
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