Spotting Problems With The Concrete Walls In Your Basement

While the modern basement serves as an extension of the home that is just as functional and sound as the rest of the house, older homes are pretty notorious for having issues with moisture and deterioration that make the basement far from useful. If you have an older basement in your home with concrete walls, chances are, at some point you will start to see signs of problems. To be better prepared to recognize problems with the concrete walls in your basement, there are a few telltale issues you should be on the lookout for as a homeowner. [Read More]

Tips For Keeping Stamped Concrete Clean And Maintained

Stamped concrete is an attractive way to add an attractive design to any surface. Through stamped concrete, texture effects, brick, and tile can all be replicated without the associated cost of laying down bricks, tile, and mortar. But stamped concrete can also present some difficulties with cleaning and maintenance because of their special texture effects. Here are a few of the best ways to achieve clean and bright stamped concrete. [Read More]

Damage Your Driveway After A DIY Firework Show? Get Professional Paving Help

Setting off fireworks in your own front yard can be a great way to celebrate the Fourth of July and any other special occasion during the summer however, it can lead to damage to your driveway if you're not careful. If you set off larger fireworks without the proper precautions, there's a possibility that your driveway will be damaged in the process. While you can certainly cover up the damage by simply parking your car over the hole or burn marks, you're much better off relying on professional help for getting paving restoration work. [Read More]

Repairing Major Rifts In Your Brick Home: How Masonry Contractors Do The Job

Brick homes are some of the sturdiest houses you can build, buy and live in. However, that does not mean that a brick house will not have structural issues at some point. If you find that your brick house has a major rift starting after a hurricane or flood, you will want to get it promptly repaired. Unless you know a lot about bricklaying (and not a lot of homeowners do) you will want to call some masonry contractors. [Read More]