You can completely transform your driveway today. Ok, maybe not today, but soon. Everyone knows how important driveways are to the curb appeal of your home. We’ve all seen great looking homes with broken, cracked, or even boring driveways. Driveways have a special place in your home to be both functional and decorative, but are often ignored by many homeowners. Truth is, there are many driveway designs you can choose from to add to your home. Here are some ideas to consider from My Concrete Makeover.
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Water Based Stains
For a more subtle look that gives your driveway a brand new look, but doesn’t affect the surface, water based stains are a great idea. Get the subtle, earth-toned look of stained concrete for your driveway. Water based stains fundamentally change the color of your concrete driveway without changing your driveway’s texture or durability. By properly staining and sealing your driveway, you can get a brand new look while also protecting your concrete. This is a great option for anyone who wants a colorful driveway but doesn’t want to hide the concrete substrate.
Stamped Overlay Designs
Needing a new design is one thing, but what if you need a complete resurfacing? Sometimes concrete driveways are exposed for too long and need resurfacing. In those cases, Stamped Overlay is a great option to consider. Stamped Overlay uses cementitious material to apply a stamped design over your existing concrete driveway. These designs create the look of brick, tile, stone, and more using stamping tools and high quality materials. For driveways that need a new design and a new surface, choose Stamped Overlay.
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