When you install a new concrete driveway in your yard, you will want the concrete slab to be strong and last as long as possible. Here are some tips to help you install a strong concrete driveway, maintain it to help it last, and repair any cracks that may occur in its surface. Build a Strong Foundation Before you install your concrete forms and pour the concrete, it is important to make sure your concrete site has a strong and stable foundation.
1 November 2016
In many parts of the United States, algae and lichen thrive on concrete paving stones. While these organisms don't normally damage the paving slabs themselves, algae and lichen can make steps and pathways slippery in wet weather, which could result in a nasty accident. As such, it's important to consider the steps you may need to take to deal with the issue. Here are five effective solutions to think about.
6 June 2016
If the concrete parking lot at your office building is starting to look shabby, you may want to hire a commercial paving company to come out and repair or replace it. While this can be a big job, the price you will pay will depend on the amount of work needed to make it look good and hold up for years to come. When the concrete contractor arrives, he will examine the surface to determine how severe the problems are, what caused the problems, and the best way to fix them.
13 August 2015
Concrete is a versatile material you can use to build solid foundations, or make landscape edging in your yard. With springtime here, it is a good time to start on your yard improvement projects with some concrete use. Here are three places in your backyard you can pour concrete with a concrete pump truck to improve and make your yard more functional. Hot Tub Concrete Pad A hot tub in your backyard is a nice addition that gives you and your family and friends a place to relax, but you first need to provide the right foundation.
20 April 2015