Driveway refurbishing is the process of restoring the original appearance and function of your driveway by removing all existing loose and damaged material down to the base, filling holes and cracks with fresh new asphalt, compaction, and leveling.
Concrete cutting/chiseling is a technique used to shape concrete by carving or removing material. This method can be used in the construction, renovation, and demolition industries to shape or remove concrete.
The exposed aggregate finish is a good floor for your garage because it is durable and easy to clean. This flooring is made with quick-dry epoxy for superior strength, durability, and scratch resistance. It will add value to your home and provide a level of insulation that would slightly reduce heating and cooling bills.
Stamping concrete involves using a variety of texture stamps that create unique designs in your driveway. The coloration process involves applying colored cement-based dye to your stamped concrete. Many homeowners incorporate the stamped coloring process into their driveway projects because it adds a touch of uniqueness and character to the finished product.
Pole barns are a unique design because they are primarily constructed of metal instead of the wooden construction of traditional barns. Standards are in place for pole barn manufacturing, ensuring that your pole barn will meet building codes and resist rust or corrosion longer than a traditional wood structure.