2015

  • How to Maintain an Asphalt Driveway

    Asphalt is an extremely durable substance, able to stand up to a great deal of wear and tear. However, like all materials, over time asphalt can become damaged and cracked. When cracks develop in an asphalt driveway, they can allow water and plants to get inside the asphalt, which can force the cracks open even wider. Thankfully, proper maintenance can reduce the likelihood of this happening and extend the overall lifespan of your driveway.
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  • How to Convert Your Patio to a Low-Maintenance Design

    When you want a beautiful patio space to enjoy throughout the year with as little maintenance as possible, you may need to make some adjustments to your current configuration. Patio areas offer the versatility and beauty that can be appreciated by almost any homeowner. But because it takes work to keep wood looking new, plants healthy, and accents up-to-date, you should consider how you can incorporate a low-maintenance design into your home patio, so you can actually enjoy it year after year.
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  • Questions And Answers About Asphalt Paving For The (New) Homeowner

    When you're building a new house -- or redoing the house you currently live in -- it can be easy to get lost in the piles of drape fabric and the numerous pots of paint and forget to take care of the outside of your home. However, the landscape surrounding your house needs just as much thought and attention put into it as the guest bedroom, or the high-tech powder room you've been spending all your time on.
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  • Need More Parking or Driveway Space? Asphalt Is the Affordable and Practical Option

    If you have recreational vehicles or you just need more parking spaces for your vehicles, you can add an asphalt area to your existing driveway or behind your home. If you want to extend your driveway but you are worried about the costs, have an asphalt paving contractor come give you a quote. Not only is this going to help you keep your extra vehicle off the grass and out of the dirt, asphalt is one of the cheapest paving options for a residential property.
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