Tag: concrete driveway

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09 August

The typical final step in most new concrete projects is the same – spray a “Cure & Seal” product on the surface. While it is actually best to use plain old water from your garden hose – spraying and keeping the concrete wet (which allows crystals in the concrete to grow within the matrix of […]

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26 November

Sealing your concrete is important.  Water/ice damage alone can do plenty of damage to it. Did you realize that when water freezes, it expands 9 – 10%?  Ask anyone that has had their water pipes freeze in the winter how damaging frozen water can be.  Or stick a can of pop in your freezer and […]

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31 October

Decorative concrete driveways are not only “showpieces” for homeowners but they’re something special for the whole neighborhood as well.  With the popularity of decorative concrete, more people are turning to contractors that specialize in more than just the plain and gray form of concrete – you just might to want to check into some of […]

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22 October

That’s right, decorative concrete is all about color choices, texture choices and pattern choices.  If you’re in the market for something unique for your interior or exterior concrete surfaces, you’re correct in deciding that your “plain and gray” just isn’t going to cut it anymore. Everyone has the same old boring slab of concrete, why […]

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29 September

The freeze-thaw and the road salt can do a number on your concrete driveway.  Cracking, pitting, popping – all these wonderful and exciting things can just make your heart fill with joy – right?  After a long harsh winter, the effects from the beating that your driveway, sidewalks and garage floor took become apparent – […]

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