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    23 Shaban Street, Albion Park Rail
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    Mon - Fri 6.30am – 4.30pm, Sat 7am–12pm
  • Phone No.
    4257 1196

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ICR concrete supplies, based in the Illawarra stock a huge range of concrete tools and materials for your next concreting project.  Below is a basic list of must-have concrete tools recommended for any home improvement project that involves laying concrete. Wheelbarrow Small garden barrows with metal wheels are not suitable for...

Drainage around concrete  A good drainage system collects and disperses surface water.  Drainage considerations should include around patios, swimming pools, across driveways, along pathways and retaining walls, in fact any area where surface water collects.   Why is drainage so important? Insufficient drainage on sidewalks, patios, driveways, retaining walls...

Stamped concrete is often called textured or imprinted concrete and is a popular low cost and low maintenance alternative to laying real stones, pavers, tiles or bricks and even wood. ICR Concrete Supplies operating in the Illawarra specialises in decorative concrete supplies both for tradies and domestic D.I.Y projects.  We...

Stenciled Concrete is a popular low cost alternative to laying real stones, pavers, tiles or bricks, with a huge range of colour and pattern combinations available, this non-slip surface is almost totally maintenance free. Stenciled concrete exhibits realistic-looking grey “mortar joints”. These are created by the stencils masking off...

ICR concrete supplies and Wollongong Waterproofing supplies both operate in the Illawarra and stock large ranges of tools and products for both tradies and domestic D.I.Y projects.  We provide the best advice, backed with experience. Why use a concrete sealer? It is recommended to use a good concrete sealer...

What is reinforced concrete? Reinforced concrete is reinforcing steel as well as concrete.  Steel reinforcement, known as rebar is concealed within the concrete to strengthen the concrete.  Without reinforcement, construction of modern structures with concrete would not be possible. What is Rebar? Rebar is short for reinforcing bar, also known...

House Energy Ratings Homes account for about 10% of Australia’s total carbon emissions.  Since May 2011, all new homes or renovations in Australia must meet a minimum six-star or equivalent energy rating (depending on your state or territory). If your building a new home through owner builder or a...