How To Know If You Need A New Driveway This Spring

19 January 2018
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As the winter snows fade away and the earth begins to turn green and luscious once again, you may find yourself thinking and dreaming about the different things you are going to do around your yard when spring has fully sprung. One of the aspects of your home landscaping that you will want to think about is your driveway. Winter can be hard on paved surfaces, and the last thing you want is a poor-looking driveway to be the first thing people see when they come to your house. Read More …

Make Your Farmer’s Market More Attractive to Both Vendors & Customers

18 January 2018
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Wondering what you can do to make your farmer's market more attractive to vendors and customers alike? Here are three effective options to consider: Create and Feature a Directory Make it easy for customers to find vendors by featuring a vendor directory near the entrance of your farmer's market. You can have a sign professionally made or simply hang a laminated poster board up to offer your customers with some guidance. Read More …

Eliminate Ridges From A Concrete Patio Before Sealing Pavement

11 January 2018
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You tried to install a homemade concrete patio adjoining your patio, and for the most part it looks pretty good. There is only one problem, you failed to smooth out the concrete mix properly and now there are ridges in the surface of the concrete that stick out like a sore thumb. Don't throw in the towel and settle for a concrete patio that is less than satisfactory. Use the tips below to smooth out the patio's surface and apply a coat of sealant to it so that the patio's appearance will be preserved. Read More …

Raveling: What Is It And How Does It Affect Your Parking Lot?

11 January 2018
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Keeping your parking lot in good repair is one of the best ways to keep your customers safe. But if your lot's pavement begins to crumble, crack, or fall apart, it may be due to a problem called raveling.  Raveling can eventually cause problems with your customers' vehicles. Here's more information about raveling and how you can treat it. What's Raveling? Raveling occurs when pieces of stone (aggregate) loosen up and separate from the asphalt. Read More …

Three Signs You Need To Resurface Your Driveway

10 January 2018
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The paved surface of your driveway withstands a great deal of abuse, including various weather conditions, chemical exposure from leaking vehicles, and the general wear and tear associated with being driven on. Over time, this can take quite a toll on your paving material, causing the structure of your driveway to crumble and fall apart, eventually creating an uneven and undrivable surface that is both an eyesore and a safety hazard for the front of your home. Read More …

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After struggling for years with a crumbly front walk and driveway, I realized that there were some issues that I could probably have a paving contractor resolve. I talked with him about what I could do to make things better, and he encouraged me to look into ripping it out and getting it completely replaced. Although it was quite a paving project, things moved along quite well, and before I knew it, my entire yard looked a lot better. Check out this website for awesome information about paving and making things right. You won't regret making a few positive changes.