Stamped Concrete Vs Pavers

Posted on: 11 July 2016

There are two primary choices for patio flooring: stamped concrete and pavers. Both of them are fine options, but when someone is in the market to redo their patio floors, it's important to know the strengths and weaknesses of both options. This knowledge can help a homeowner make a more educated decision. This is a closer look at  the difference between stamped concrete and pavers.  Stamped Concrete One of the best advantages of stamped concrete is that it is easy to install. [Read More]

Ready-Mix Concrete For Kids' Summer Fun

Posted on: 13 May 2016

With summer vacation quickly approaching, many parents are looking for activities for their kids to do to keep them busy during the long summer days. One affordable material to work with is concrete. So many things can be made out of concrete that can be gifted to friends and loved ones or used to decorate around the house. Here, you will find a few ideas that could help inspire you to grab a bag of ready-mix concrete and get the kids busy making something special. [Read More]

Picking The Perfect Patio To Enjoy All Summer Long

Posted on: 18 March 2016

If you want to make the most of the outdoors this season, consider adding a patio to your property. There are many options in terms of style, spacing, and materials, so talk with paving contractors to determine the best approach for your home's inherent features. Some types of patios are: On-grade patios. On-grade patios are perhaps the most common kind to find in yards and gardens of homes, and they are usually flush with the ground and terrain around them. [Read More]

Four Ways Underpinning Techniques Are Used To Support A Second Floor Addition

Posted on: 19 January 2016

With prime real estate for building new homes becoming more scarce, you may opt to buy an existing home in a desirable location. This can present many problems, such as a home with no room for additions. Instead of building out, building up with an additional floor may be the only option to get the space you need. With a second floor, there are also additional loads, which are carried by the foundation of your home. [Read More]