Tips for Pouring Concrete in Hot Weather Provided by Navasota Concrete

Pouring concrete in hot weather is defined as the moment when the following conditions occur: high ambient temperature, low relative humidity and/or high wind speed. Hot weather affects laboratory test results of pouring concrete, which shows that higher temperatures affect the compressive strength gain of hardened concrete. Navasota Concrete has put together a list of tips for pouring our ready-mix concrete in hot weather.

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