Fixing Up Your Concrete

Replace A Dirt Pathway On Your Property With A Concrete Walkway

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If the dirt pathway leading to your home’s back porch becomes muddy after it rains, upgrade the area by create a concrete walkway by completing the steps below. The walkway will prevent you from tracking mud into your home and will improve the appearance of your backyard.  Materials wooden stakes measuring tape large shovel wheelbarrow garden hose tamping tool lumber containers of concrete ready mix mixing stick concrete float Mark And Clear The Property…

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Why Should You Pay For A Sealcoat?

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An asphalt driveway may appear to be solid and impervious, especially if you take a fall on it. The truth is that a driveway is designed to have a certain amount of give to it. A flexible asphalt driveway can give way to pressure then bounce back without cracking. It can also cope with the cycle of expanding and contracting that stems from the cycle of heating and cooling your driveway is subject to.…

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How To Repair Cracks And Holes In A Concrete Patio And Add A Layer Of Protection To It

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If the concrete patio in your backyard is showing signs of wear and tear, including small cracks and loose concrete, restore it to its original condition by completing the following steps below. Once your patio looks as good as new, add a coat of sealer to its surface to prevent it from becoming damaged again. Materials broom stiff-bristled scrub brush industrial-strength detergent water hose putty knife ready mix concrete wooden stirring stick trowel concrete sealer paint tray paint roller roller frame ​Remove Loose Debris And Clean The Patio…

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