4 Key Questions To Ask Before Hiring A Driveway Sealing Contractor

Posted on: 8 October 2015

If you have a concrete or asphalt driveway that's more than a few years old, then it might be time to apply a new layer of seal coat on top of it. More than likely, your driveway was sealed when it was first poured, but many sealants begin to break down after a few years. If your existing sealant has a white, chalky appearance in some areas, this is a sign that it's time to re-seal. [Read More]

How to Design a Great Outdoor Entertainment Area for Your Country Home

Posted on: 8 October 2015

Are you moving into a new country home or are you making plans for an outdoor entertainment area in your present home? Consider including a hardscape in your design. Flagstone, brick, and cement are good choices for your entertainment area because they are affordable and virtually indestructible. A good contractor will have the training and the experience to help you establish a focal point for your entertainment area. Consider flagstone, brick, or pebble stone for your flooring. [Read More]

4 Things To Check Before Installing Any Kind Of Poured Concrete Footings

Posted on: 2 October 2015

Everyone knows that poured concrete footings are the best way to keep your deck, shed, and other structures sturdily in the ground for decades, but what most don't know is that you can't just toss some liquid rock into the ground and call it a day. In order for your project to run smoothly, there's got to be a considerable amount of prep work involved, and for that, here are four things to check before installing concrete footings. [Read More]

4 Tips For Using A Concrete Pump For Concrete Leveling

Posted on: 1 October 2015

A number of factors can cause a concrete surface to become uneven, including earthquakes and poor installation. Unless this concrete is fixed, it can pose a hazard to pedestrians, bicyclists and anyone who decides to cross over the uneven slabs. As a result, concrete leveling is typically used as a way to correct the unevenness in the slabs. Concrete leveling involves the use of concrete pumps and can often lead to terrible results if not done correctly. [Read More]