Ideas For Creating Custom Stamped Concrete Walkways For Your Property

If you're thinking of putting walkways on your property to keep people from trampling your grass and to provide access to fence gates, a fire pit, or a seating area in your yard, consider having stamped concrete installed. You can create just about any design you can think of for a custom look. There are many stamp shapes available, but if you can't find any you like, you can have a custom stamp made. Read More 

How A Surface Treatment For Asphalt Gives Your Driveway A Longer Life And How It’s Applied

The time to start protecting your new asphalt driveway is shortly after it's installed. Talk to your contractor about having a surface treatment for asphalt put on your new driveway when it's time. This usually isn't done immediately after installation because the asphalt needs to cure first. Here's why asphalt begins to deteriorate after it's applied to your driveway, how a surface treatment can help, and how surface treatments for asphalt driveways are applied. Read More 

What Are Your Options For Ready-Mix Concrete?

Ready-mix concrete is concrete batched and mixed at an off-site location (a central batching plant) and brought to your site "ready to use." This type of concrete differs from regular concrete, which is batched and mixed on the job site. If you are working on a project that requires on-demand delivery of concrete mix to your site, a ready-mix concrete supplier will ensure no time is lost waiting for the delivery of materials. Read More 

A Coating Makes Your Garage Floor More Attractive

Garage floors can get ugly over the years due to oil stains, dirt, and neglect. Whether you want to use your garage for a hobby area or you just wish your garage was a more attractive place for parking your cars, consider having a coating applied. A coating might even make your property more valuable and appealing to future buyers. Here are reasons to consider a coating for your old garage floor. Read More 

Concrete Leveling Eliminates Trip Hazards On Your Property

If you have sunken concrete on your property that's near your entry, on your patio, or on a pool deck, you should find a way to repair the problem to keep someone from tripping and getting hurt. You probably won't need to replace the concrete since it's often possible to raise the sunken area through mud jacking. Mud jacking is a method of concrete leveling that can be much cheaper and less disruptive than replacing a concrete slab. Read More