Posts Tagged: Advantages of Post-Tension Concrete vs. Asphalt

What Makes Asphalt Crack?

Drive down most roads and you’re likely to see (and feel) all sorts of cracks. It’s a shame, because those cracks wreck havoc on vehicles and make for really bumpy rides. Most roads and driveways in the U.S. are made of asphalt and concrete. Both materials are prone to cracking for several reasons. Just like… Read more »

Why Post Tension Concrete?

In the turf world, concrete largely hasn’t been playing much of a game for people. We see it more as something for foundations in housing and maybe a cheap way for a basketball court to be set up, but we see more people going for the classic turf with the rubberized design since it tends… Read more »

Advantages of Post-Tension Concrete

Post-Tension Concrete Tennis Court

There should be really no discussion when it comes between choosing asphalt or post-tension concrete for your next tennis or basketball court project. There are so many advantages post-tension concrete has over asphalt, it’s silly to think school districts and municipalities in the Northeast don’t utilize this technology more often. Let’s go through some of… Read more »