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What Can Go Wrong with a Concrete Patio

Concrete is one of the best materials you can use for a sweet backyard patio. You can choose to have a traditional concrete patio installed, or you can go the extra mile and have a stamped or colored patio instead.

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Can You Pour Concrete in Cold Weather?

Not all construction stops in the cold months of winter; much of it is a year-long industry, which means even concrete needs to be poured in the winter. Just because there are less than perfect weather conditions, the job must move forward.

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Reasons Why There Might Be Scheduling Delays

Whether you are getting that new stamped patio you have always dreamed about or having a cracked and damaged driveway or walkway replaced, you are eager for them to get there and begin the task. So it is entirely understandable that you are a little miffed or sad when you get a call and are told that the project is delayed. In fact,

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Is a Concrete Driveway Right for You?

Homeowners focus much of their attention on outdoor aspects of their home, including the patio, the lawn, and landscaping in general, but it seems as though driveways are often overlooked. Your driveway, that stretch of property between the street and your garage, is just as crucial as your garden, grass, and trees, especially in terms of aesthetics.

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The Cons of Stamped Concrete

The ultimate goal of most homeowners is to have a beautifully landscaped yard and garden. As a homeowner, you are very proud of your manicured lawn, colorful flower garden, and perfectly painted white picky fence encompassing your property. Naturally, you blush when friends and neighbors compliment your flowers and well-kept lawn. But it is a rare occasion when somebody compliments the beauty of a patio or walkway.

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Problems with Concrete Driveways

You might be looking at your concrete driveway, observing the cracks and other deterioration, and wonder if it is time to have it replaced. A typical concrete driveway has a life expectancy of about 30 years or so. But that is not to say that it won’t last longer.

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