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Choosing Gorgeous Concrete

When we made the decision to build a home, we had no idea what we were getting into. In addition to selecting siding colors and finding carpet that would work with our design scheme, we also wanted the outside to look incredible. Instead of choosing traditional gray concrete, we decided to work with professional cement contractors to create a gorgeous sidewalk and driveway. We paid to have the driveway stamped and stained, and it looked amazing when they were finished. This blog is all about the difference a decorated driveway, walkway, or sidewalk can make to your home, so that you can create a gorgeous estate.

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Using Concrete To Reduce Holiday Gift Expenses

The holidays come with a number of expenses. Paying for the food that you serve at your parties, the clothes that you wear to events and the gifts that you present to your friends and family can add up to a substantial amount of debt in a very short time. Have you thought about making gifts for the people on your list this year to trim your budget a bit? Below, you will find a few ideas for things that you can make out of concrete that the recipients are sure to love. Read More 

Concrete And Winter - Making Them A Better Pair

You have recently had your driveway done in concrete or you decided that your summer project was to utilize concrete to enhance the curb appeal of your yard. However, now winter is here and the concrete needs to be specially cared for to help ensure its durability for years to come. While it is estimated that your concrete driveway or corners should last around 30 years, this is dependent on you following the few recommendations for care and maintenance, especially during the winter season. Read More 

Comparing Asphalt And Concrete Driveways

Asphalt and concrete are the two most common types of materials used for driveways, because both types of materials provide a high degree of durability and aesthetic appeal to your home. However, there are a number of key differences between these two materials, and understanding their respective features and drawbacks can help you choose the one that best fits your needs. Asphalt Driveways Asphalt driveways are by far the more common option for most driveways, partly because their material and installation costs tend to be much lower. Read More 

Cracks In Your Concrete Foundation: When To Call In An Expert

Cracks can appear in your home's concrete foundation for a number of reasons. From your home settling over time to contraction from changes in temperature, these cracks are normal as the building ages. Some small cracks can be repaired as a DIY project, while others require the help of a concrete contractor. Here are a few ways to tell when you need to call an expert to repair your foundation. Read More 

Four Things To Think About Before You Try To Remove Concrete Steps Yourself

If your exterior renovation project involves removing concrete steps, you're probably wondering if you can do the job yourself to save some money. Concrete removal is labor intensive but surprisingly easy, so it is something you can do yourself. However, there are a few things to consider before you begin. 1.You'll Need Some Special Tools If you are going to break it up manually, you'll need a good-quality sledgehammer, a chisel and a pry bar. Read More