New Jersey Install Concrete, Brick Or Stone Driveways Or Floors Projects: Hire a Driveway Contractor
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Installing Driveways And Floors
Is your asphalt driveway full of potholes? Are there chunks missing from your cement drive?
Cracking, crumbling cement in front of your house is not a good sign. It could mean that the ground beneath your driveway was not properly prepared when the slab was first laid. Or it could indicate that little cracks that cropped up over the years were never repaired - so water seeped in and seta freeze/thaw process in motion, creating more cracks.
A little flaking or peeling, which the concrete industry calls "spalling,"isn't necessarily so bad. If appearances don't matter, then you can fix a few small cracks by sealing the concrete. But if spalling sprawls over most of your driveway, it may pay to cut out the old driveway and start over.
Due to innovations like brick pavers and flagstones, driveways needn't be boring anymore. But be prepared to spend significantly more than you are likely to pay for concrete, which many believe is the Cadillac of driveways in New Jersey.
A concrete floor that is well-cared for can last for hundreds of years and still look as good as it was the day it was laid. Not just an apt choice for garages, concrete flooring can be a great option for mud rooms and basements. A hearty and ineffable choice, install concrete in any place where hardwoods and more precious flooring options aren’t up to snuff strength-wise.