Concrete is a resilient and durable material that is made to last. However, that doesn’t necessarily mean your concrete will never require maintenance. Factors such as weather, location, and installation can all affect when it will need repairs. There are things you can do to make the lifetime of your concrete last longer. Also, make sure to keep an eye out for potential repairs early on, so you can fix them before they become a

Do-It-Yourself Concrete Leveling

Posted on November 23, 2022
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Category: Concrete Tips
For all the master DIY’ers out there, concrete leveling doesn’t seem like too difficult of a task, but it takes time, tools, and good materials to have the installation done right. If you do decide to go ahead and complete this intense task of pouring your own concrete for your driveway, patio, sidewalk, entryway, etc, there are a lot of things to take into consideration –  The concrete mixture itself is one of the most

Winter Concrete Maintenance

Posted on October 20, 2022
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Category: Concrete Tips
Although concrete is one of the most durable materials, it can still deteriorate over time if not properly maintained. Winter is the season to test concrete’s durability because of the moisture and potentially harsh weather that comes along during those colder months.  Despite Texas not reaching freezing temperatures frequently, winter care is still important to make sure your concrete stays durable and strong all-year long. The last thing you would want after a new concrete
When it comes to being a homeowner, everything has to be timed out. All home renovation projects have to be done while considering the price, time commitment, and weather. Replacing windows in a snowstorm wouldn’t make much sense, and neither would starting pool construction in the dead heat of the summer. While you may have not thought about it before, the same timing has to be thought about with concrete! Regardless of the project (new
Annoyed with tripping over sidewalk cracks or just having to look at the unkempt look of them? Tired of pulling weeds out from between your sidewalk cracks? Just generally annoyed by the cracked concrete in your driveway? Cracking concrete is not only unsightly but can be dangerous while using a bike or even just walking. The cracks can even prevent the use of strollers, skateboards, scooters, and more. The sidewalk is supposed to keep you