Scott Stephens Concrete
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It’s time to rethink the way you look at concrete. Over the years concrete has gotten a bad reputation. It’s probably because we park our cars on it, build our houses on it, and generally abuse it. It’s easy to mess up concrete when it’s poured, so everyone has seen a really ugly slab. Over time that abused sidewalk or driveway starts to show some wear and tear, maybe a few weeds growing out of the cracks, and next thing you know you’ve got an eyesore. It might seem ugly now, but it’s got a lot more potential than most homeowners give it credit for. Think of all the places around your property this unappreciated material resides. Swimming pools, sidewalks, patios, porches, you may even have it for the foundation under your floors. If you see it as an eyesore that probably means you’re not letting it live up to it’s potential.
Concrete is one of the sturdiest building materials around. That’s why it’s used to anchor or to solidify objects around your yard. Even the sturdiest materials start to show some wear and tear over time, though, especially when they’re exposed to the elements. Concrete can form unsightly cracks, chips, or discoloration after years of abuse. Decorative Concrete repair, restoration, and resurfacing are techniques to restore the beauty and stability of your slab. Repair and restoration can cover up the imperfections that have formed over time, while resurfacing can give you the appearance of a new patio or driveway at a fraction of the cost.