Fixing Your Concrete Driveway

  • Insulated Concrete Will Provide Your Building With 3 Big Benefits

    18 February 2016

    Building a successful business is all about making the most of the resources you have and saving on your bottom line. When it comes to building a new building for your company, you can get the most out of your building by working with contractors that use the best materials. Among the most beneficial structural approaches for commercial building today involves concrete walls and floors that are fully insulated. Here are some of the big benefits of building a new building with insulated concrete forms:

  • Concrete Paving: Patio Pavers Vs. Stamped Concrete

    13 January 2016

    Your walkways, driveways and backyard patios provide pathways that accent the overall style of your home. Most homeowners consider paving their outdoor spaces with concrete an affordable and stylish way to beautify and enhance the architectural style of their homes. While determining which type of concrete paving to go for, you will often be confronted with two choices: Stamped concrete and patio pavers. Both outdoor home improvement choices offer unique and long lasting additions that can add style to your home and stand up to Mother Nature.

  • 4 Techniques For Getting Rid Of Ice On Your Driveway Without Using Traditional Salt

    30 November 2015

    Salt is a common method for melting ice that is on sidewalks, driveways and roadways for over 80 years. Unfortunately, salt used on your driveway can actually damage the concrete, which will lead to unnecessary repair. That's why you may be considering alternative ways to remove the ice that does not involve traditional salt. Consider these 4 methods, some of which are environmentally friendly too. De-icers When you are aware that cold weather is coming your way, you can pre-treat a driveway using a de-icer.

  • Simple Solutions To Clean, Enhance, And Protect Your Concrete Slab Patio

    10 September 2015

    As a homeowner, you most likely know the importance of outdoor living. From extra space for entertaining to an increase in your home's appeal and value, it is easy to see the benefits of a deck, porch, or patio. Considering one third of buyers want a property with a patio or terrace, ensuring your own outdoor space is clean and conditioned is wise for your home's overall appeal. Using this guide, you can clean and enhance your concrete patio without a great deal of stress.

  • 3 Effective Methods For Cleaning Your Concrete Driveway

    30 July 2015

    It's only natural that your concrete driveway will get dirty over time. However, looking at oil stains, dirt and mud can be a downer and can make your driveway look older than it really is. Luckily, there are a few different ways that you can clean your concrete driveway. Try one of these methods, and you're sure to make your driveway look the best that it has in a long time.

  • 4 Uses Of Concrete Blocks That Don't Involve Building Walls

    15 July 2015

    Concrete is one of the most popular, versatile materials used in home construction. Naturally, when you think of concrete, you're probably only thinking about how it's used to construct walls or pave driveways (from local outlets such as Masterlink Concrete Pumping). Even though concrete works great for these purposes, there are so many other ways you can utilize concrete in your home and backyard, especially concrete blocks. If you have concrete blocks lying around from an old project, or you're just looking to do some do-it-yourself projects, consider these four uses of concrete blocks to spruce up your home and garden.

  • The Best Pavement For Your Home And Property

    3 June 2015

    Pavement can be installed over dirt driveways, lawns, and around homes and gardens to provide a clean, polished look. It also provides a smooth, durable surface for foot traffic and vehicles when used on a property. Depending on the type of property being augmented, as well as the primary use of the space, may dictate the most cost-effective approach to enhancing your property with pavement. Keep the following in mind when choosing paving materials for your property: