We all know it is never a good idea to judge a book by its cover, but it happens all of the time. Curb appeal comes into play when people decide to sell their homes
As a company that has been pouring concrete for several years and has thousands of projects under our collective belts, we know by experience that concrete cracks, and there isn’t anything that can be done about it. So our goal is to try to help our customers understand why concrete cracks and how best to deal with it.
It’s a new year and the perfect time to think about ways you can improve your lifestyle and become a better person. If we had to guess, many of you have already resolved to lose weight or make healthier eating choices, and many of you have probably already broken those resolutions or failed to implement them.
Your existing concrete patio might be in good condition with no big cracks or other damage, but it still looks rather dull and boring. A plain concrete slab works well for a patio; it is a durable material and will give you years of service; unfortunately, it’s not the most aesthetically pleasing choice.
When the weather outside begins to turn for the worse, with freezing temperatures and snow, make sure that your concrete patio is prepared to ride the storm out. Sure, concrete is a long-lasting material that can take a lot of wear and tear, but winter weather can affect the integrity of your patio; it can also affect how good your concrete looks.
For many homeowners, the scariest part of their homes is the attic, crawlspace, or unfinished basement. Some homeowners might even have detached garages or other detached buildings that prove to be pretty scary places. But the scariest part of your house could be your sidewalk or driveway. In fact, yo