Patterned and Textured Concrete

Many of the driveways seen today that look like flagstones, intricate paving designs or block paving are pattern imprinted concrete (PIC). This is where a Concrete Driveway is laid down then a series of patterned moulds are laid over it while it sets, giving a passable imitation of many different popular types …

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Putting Expansion Joints In Concrete Drives

Expansion joints protect the structure of a drive from cracks caused by concrete expanding and contracting in hot or cold weather. Severe seasonal changes can crack even the strongest concrete, no matter how carefully it is laid. Expansion joints are placed in all large slabs to allow for this expansion …

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Repair and Maintenance of Concrete Drives and Paths

Concrete driveways are heralded as being maintenance-free, but it’s still worth taking a look over them once in a while. Dirt build up will eventually allow moss, then weeds, to get a foothold. Over time, concrete driveways can crack and the edges can crumble if vehicles drive over the edges …

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Edging for Concrete Drives

Most people pick a concrete drive because it’s relative quick to lay, and once it’s down you can forget about it. But it’s important to make sure that there is proper edging along the drive or it can deteriorate quite quickly. The stresses on a driveway are quite severe. As …

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Edging for Tarmac Drives

A tarmac drive isn’t the cheapest form of driveway but it must have a proper edging to protect that investment. Without it, the edges of the driveway will crumble away. Water will get in under the fabric of the top dressing and eat away at the foundation layers. Arrangements With …

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