A concrete driveway is not only more convenient than gravel, but it also adds to the curb appeal of your property. This is the paving material that is most often chosen by homeowners because concrete is both affordable and easy to maintain. However, over time concrete can begin to show signs of wear. It is important that you take a few steps to ensure that you are preserving your investment long-term.
1 October 2015
If you're hiring a concrete contractor to install a new driveway or walkway around your home, chances are you personally don't have much experience in pouring concrete yourself. This is why it's good to ask some important questions beyond the price and if the contractor is insured. You need to understand what is involved in pouring concrete and ensure that you know what to expect. Note a few important questions to ask potential concrete contractors.
24 September 2015
If you're having any major work done on the exterior of your home then you may need to hire scaffolding, especially if the work is extensive and involves the roof or second storey of your home. Scaffolding makes completing the work far easier for contractors than it would be using only ladders. However, it's important that you ensure the safety of contractors and pedestrians, particularly when your scaffolding is encroaching on public land such as footpaths.
10 August 2015