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  1. This early work on concrete-block manufacture is both expensive and hard to find in its first edition. It contains a wealth of information on the science, processes and machines involved in concrete manufacturing. This is a fascinating work and is thoroughly recommended for anyone with an interest in the concrete industry. Many of the earliest books, particularly those dating back to the 1900s and before, are now extremely scarce. We are republishing these classic works in affordable, high quality, modern editions, using the original text and artwork.

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  2. Love all of your masonry and concrete projects–knowing that you did them yourself!–with help from our experts. No projects offer more aesthetic or financial satisfaction than DIY concrete and masonry projects. Homeowners can routinely save thousands of dollars in labor costs by buying and installing materials that are readily available. This updated 4th edition of Black & Decker The Complete Guide to Concrete & Masonry includes traditional techniques for laying concrete, adapted to make them easy for ordinary homeowners, and also features completely modern materials and techniques, such as tumbled concrete pavers, acid-etching for colored concrete slabs, and important green paving options, such as rain-garden arroyos and permeable pavers. Several cutting-edge projects, like polished concrete countertops and stamped concrete walkways, are included in this book. An exposed aggregate patio, a reinforced concrete block wall, and the latest tools and materials for handling new products are featured. A completely new section on foundation walls shows you all the options, including the latest structural insulated panels, that are now more DIY friendly than ever.No homeowner or do-it-yourselfer will want to miss this chance to master the best methods to create lasting beauty around the house.

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  3. When you see Wusthof's Trident's unmistakable symbol - the white trident on a red background - you know you're getting the best. Synonymous with form, functionality and quality, the Trident logo has been Wusthof's symbol since around 1895 - the company's history can be traced back as far as 1814. When it comes to making knives, Wusthof Trident definitely know their stuff. And now, you can ensure that your Wusthof Trident knives are never more than an arm's length away with the Empty Concrete Knife Block. Designed by Henning Gaulke, this item features a thermo beechwood block encased within a sealed concrete casing and can house up to six knives and one honing steel. The thin concrete walls mean that you can move the knife block around your kitchen bench without hesitation, while the tiny air pockets on the surface enhance the natural-cast nature of the concrete casing. Empty Seven Slot Concrete Knife Block features: Made in Germany. Designed by Henning Gaulke for Neonbraun. Crafted from thermo beechwood. Casing is crafted from concrete. Concrete casing features tiny air pockets along the outer surface. Stores six knives up to 23cm in length. Additional storage slot for honing steel. Maintains the integrity of your knives. Frees up space in your kitchen drawers. The thin concrete walls allow you to move the knife block around your kitchen bench with ease. Felt pads on the base of the block protect your kitchen bench. Wipe clean with a damp cloth. Presented in a Wusthof Trident box. Please Note: The knives in the pictures above are for illustrative purposes and are not included. Dimensions: 12.5cm (l) x 24.5cm (h) x 12.5cm (w).

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  4. Concrete casing with wooden insert made from thermo beechwood. The sealed concrete surface is intentionally marked with small air pockets proving this is a natural cast product made from limestone, clay and sand. Stores up to 6 knives (max blade length 23cm) and a honing steel. Felt pad on the bottom protects against scratches. The base measures 12.5cm by 12.5cm with a height of 24.5cm. Design by Henning Gaulke from 'neonbraun'. The Wusthof logo is proudly engraved on the side. Lifetime warranty. Made in Germany.

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