Beautiful Ideas For Your Concrete Patio

Posted on: 6 April 2016

In the past, homeowners thought of plain gray rectangles when considering a concrete patio. While that's still an option, stamping, staining and dyeing have changed the face of concrete patios. Contractors can make the slab resemble another material or customize it to your own artistic tastes. Concrete has always been a prime material for patio flooring because of its durability – choose the material also because of its customization options. [Read More]

Constructing A Fire Pit In Your Back Yard

Posted on: 4 March 2016

If you enjoy spending time in your backyard, and you wish to stay outdoors during cooler weather, you may have contemplated adding a fire pit to your yard. This enhancement will be a welcome addition to those who enjoy relaxing next to a warm fire. You can construct your own warm getaway with the use of concrete blocks. Here are some instructions for you to follow if you decide to add a fire pit to your backyard. [Read More]

How To Temporarily Fix A Crack In A Concrete Driveway During The Winter

Posted on: 12 January 2016

Cracks appearing in the concrete during the winter are a bad sign. The cracks will let water from rain and snow melt into the driveway. The water will then expand as it turns to ice. As the ice grows, it will put pressure on the surrounding concrete and cause more cracks. The wintertime is an especially difficult time to repair the cracks with concrete. Fresh concrete needs temperature to be at or above 4. [Read More]

Sidewalks Creating An Eyesore? DIY Instructions For Repairing The Damage

Posted on: 7 October 2015

Sidewalk cracks are more than just an eyesore, they're also a safety hazard. When your family members trip and fall, you may have to deal with an injury. However, if guests on your property trip on a sidewalk crack you may end up facing a personal injury claim, especially if you knew about the crack and didn't repair it. If you've got noticeable cracks in your sidewalk, here are some easy-to-follow instructions that will help you repair the damage. [Read More]