If you've recently purchased a home that was foreclosed and empty for a long period of time, it's likely that you need to take care of some maintenance to get it fixed up and ready to live in. While you may spend a lot of time fixing up the inside and even the landscaping outside, it's a smart idea to also take a look at the condition of the paving. Whether you're looking at the driveway, walkways, or even the steps that lead up to the front door, you may notice that there's been some damage to the paving that can make it unstable or simply bring down the curb appeal of your home.
30 August 2016
If you have a driveway that is pock marked with potholes, you might think that you have no choice but to have your driveway replaced. While potholes are a good sign that your driveway is nearing the end of its service life, you can get a few more years of wear and thus milk as much value as possible out of your driveway by filling your potholes. As long as you have a strong back, you should be able to make your own repairs.
28 June 2016
If you need your parking lot to create a good impression when someone drives onto your property, there are some key tips that you will need to remember. These maintenance tips will help you to always get the most out of your parking lot and will ensure that you create that golden first impression that you seek. With this in mind, take these parking lot maintenance tips into account. Handle The Weeds
4 May 2016
When you want to protect the life and look of your asphalt driveway, it is no big secret that having the asphalt professionally sealcoated annually is the best idea. However, what many homeowners do not know is that it is actually possible to protect the life of a sealcoat application as well. If you have just had a fresh coat of sealcoating applied to your driveway, there are a few things you can do to help protect it so it will easily look just as good a year from the application as it does right now.
26 January 2016
A new asphalt driveway can greatly add to the curb appeal of your home, while also making parking easier. But if you want your asphalt driveway to last for many years, it is important that you know how to properly care for it. Use the following tips to maintain an asphalt driveway and keep it in good condition: Don't Park on the Driveway Immediately Compared to concrete, asphalt is a softer, more porous material that requires ample time to properly set.
1 December 2015
If you are wanting to remodel your home or lawn with concrete, you will probably be told to do it in the spring or summer. While it is easier to work with concrete in the warmer months, it isn't impossible to do it during the winter. With the right knowledge and precautions, you can redo your your outside concrete even in the coldest winter months. Here are five tips to help get you started:
29 October 2015
Your home should be beautiful inside and out, but you may be feeling that your home's landscape needs a little upgrade so it matches the rest of your home's decor. You can easily upgrade your walkways in your front and backyard with brick pavers to give your landscape the charm it needs. Learn the many ways brick paver walkways can be beneficial to your home's curb appeal. Variety Classic concrete walking paths offer one basic design -- gray slabs connected in a single line to lead to your front door or as a winding garden path.
8 September 2015