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Welcome to Mr.Sod, where durability meets design, and every step leads to a path of excellence. As a premier provider of concrete paving solutions, we take pride in transforming ordinary spaces into extraordinary surfaces. At Mr.Sod, we bring together the strength of concrete with innovative design, offering a wide range of paving services tailored to elevate both residential and commercial landscapes.

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Benefits of Installing Concrete

  • Increases property value and the curb appeal of your home

  • Durable surface that will last for decades

  • Creates an excellent environment for pets and kids to play on

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How is Concrete Installed in Ontario?

Concrete installation involves a series of well-coordinated steps to create a solid, durable, and functional surface. Here's a general overview of the process:

  1. Site Preparation: Before concrete installation begins, the site must be properly prepared. This includes clearing the area of vegetation and debris, grading the soil to the desired elevation, and creating forms to contain the concrete.

  2. Formwork Construction: Forms are constructed using wood, metal, or other materials to define the shape and dimensions of the concrete structure. Forms are essential for containing the concrete during placement and ensuring it cures into the desired shape.

  3. Rebar Installation: In many cases, reinforcing steel (rebar) is placed within the forms to add tensile strength to the concrete. Rebar is positioned according to engineering specifications, providing additional support to the structure and minimizing the potential for cracking.

  4. Concrete Mixing: The concrete mix is prepared based on the project requirements, considering factors such as strength, durability, and desired finish. The mix typically consists of cement, aggregates (such as sand and gravel), water, and sometimes additives or admixtures.

  5. Concrete Placement: The mixed concrete is transported to the construction site in concrete trucks and then poured into the forms. The concrete is distributed evenly using tools like shovels or rakes. Large projects may involve the use of concrete pump trucks to facilitate the pouring process.

  6. Finishing: After the concrete is placed, it is leveled and smoothed to achieve the desired surface finish. This process may involve the use of screeds, floats, and trowels. For decorative concrete finishes, additional techniques such as stamping or staining may be employed.

  7. Curing: Curing is crucial to ensure that the concrete achieves its maximum strength and durability. Various curing methods can be employed, including covering the concrete with wet burlap, applying curing compounds, or using curing blankets. The duration of the curing process depends on factors like ambient temperature and concrete mix design.

  8. Jointing: Control joints are often created in the concrete to control cracking. These joints are typically sawed or tooled into the surface at predetermined intervals. They allow the concrete to expand and contract without causing unsightly cracks.

  9. Sealing and Protection: Depending on the application, the concrete surface may be sealed to enhance durability, resist stains, and improve aesthetics. Additionally, measures may be taken to protect the concrete during the curing period, such as covering it with plastic sheeting or installing barriers to prevent premature damage.


Properly executed concrete installation, following industry best practices and specifications, results in a durable and long-lasting surface suitable for various applications, including driveways, sidewalks, foundations, and more. Regular maintenance, such as sealing and addressing any cracks that may develop over time, helps extend the life of the concrete.


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