Three Central Guidelines for Building a Durable Asphalt Driveway

The installation of an asphalt driveway on residential property is a simple process, in theory. However, some simple mistakes during the building procedure can compromise the strength and longevity of the structure. If the structure fails prematurely, you will need to spend more money and time on repair and resurfacing. Therefore, if you are interested in asphalt driveway construction, you should choose professional contractors for the work. Their expertise will minimise the risk of mistakes that could cause the surface to fail.   Read More...

Concrete Kerbing: Why You Should Consider it for Your Commercial Premises

Installing a border around landscaped areas is very important. It can help to stop weeds from spreading into a landscaped garden while also providing an attractive contrast between landscaped areas and lawns. If you are currently considering whether or not to install concrete kerbing on your commercial premises to act as a border for landscaped areas, you may be wondering about the benefits it may bring. Below is a brief guide to the benefits of installing concrete kerbing on your commercial premises.   Read More...

Repaving Your Driveway? Opt For Exposed Aggregate

Although your driveway is built to withstand the weight of vehicles constantly driving over it, it is bound to require repairs over time. When these repairs start cropping up on a consistent basis, it may be time to consider repaving your driveway. Typically, homeowners will stick to traditional paving materials such as asphalt or concrete. However, if you would like to add a unique aspect to your driveway, you should consider opting for exposed aggregate.   Read More...

Safety Guide to Follow When You're Sandblasting a Concrete Garage Floor to Expose Aggregates

Sandblasting is being used as the method of choice in many surface texturing applications today. One such application is exposing aggregates on concrete flooring. Despite the fact that modern sandblasting is much safer than conventional sandblasting, some safety hazards still do exist, and these hazards must never be overlooked. If you intend to sandblast your concrete garage floor to give it an exposed aggregate profile, you should be aware of potential safety risks associated with the job so that you can take the right safety steps in advance.   Read More...

3 Ways to Create Your Own Decorative Concrete Driveways Easily

If you have been debating whether to upgrade your driveway from a gravel or simple paved design, but don't know which way to go, decorative concrete may be ideal. Decorative concrete driveways may seem out of financial reach at first, but if you consider a few methods to create your own, you could save a good deal of money and still achieve the results you want. Here are three ways to create your own decorative concrete driveways easily.   Read More...