concrete damage and repairs

Does It Have To Be A Deck? Options For A Concrete Patio In An Uneven Yard

If you have an uneven backyard and want to put in some sort of surface that will allow you to sit outside, run a grill, and avoid sitting in dirt, a deck is often the most versatile option -- sink some pilings into the ground and raise the surface above all of the rocks and crevices. But not everyone wants a raised deck; there can be stability and weight limit issues, curtailing some uses of the deck. Read More 

Transform Your Backyard Patio Before Winter Comes Back

If you have left your boring concrete patio sitting in your backyard all summer without using it, you need to make some changes so you can enjoy it. Fortunately, it is not difficult to do this and you can likely do many, if not all, of these things on your own. Doing this know will let you enjoy your patio at least for a little bit before old man winter arrives. Read More 

Prepping Your Shrubs, Trees And Yard For The Winter Months

As the cold weather approaches, it's important to prepare your yard against the harsh elements. If you have shrubs and small trees in your yard, there are a number of precautions you can take to ensure your plantings don't get destroyed in the winter. From adding layers of mulch around shrub bases to creating protective screens for fragile plants, you can help your greenery over the winter months with some basic protection. Read More 

What To Look For In A Demolition Contractor For Your Home’s Remodel

You may be surprised to find out that doing a complete remodel of your home requires the hiring of a few different contractors. You will need an electrician for wiring, a building contractor for placing new walls and your foundation, a designer to help you create your dream living space, and a demolition contractor to remove the entire interior of your home that you are doing the remodel on. Many general contractors sub out the removal of concrete, walls, old electrical wiring, and more before starting on a remodeling job, and this is a task you can hire someone to do on your own. Read More 

How To Protect Your Concrete Lawn Decorations During Winter

During the winter months, your concrete lawn decorations -- such as statues, fountains, bird baths and more -- can add a nice touch of decor when many of your plants are probably dormant and when your grass might not be very green. However, if you want to enjoy them and don't want to put them away for storage during the winter, you do need to protect them from the elements. Luckily, following these tips can help protect your concrete lawn decorations during winter. Read More 

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concrete damage and repairs

What do you do when your concrete driveway starts cracking? Do you know what can cause the concrete to crack? Can you make the repairs without finding the cause of the crack? This blog is all about concrete damage and what you can do to repair it. You can find tips for avoiding further damage and what you can do to take care of the damage that is already visible. I created this blog after paying a great contractor to make the repairs to my driveway. He walked me through the process and helped me learn a lot about concrete damage and repairs. Here, you will find what he taught me.

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