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Concrete Repair and Maintenance Ideas and Strategies


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Concrete Repair and Maintenance Ideas and Strategies

Hi, my name is Kent, and I have taken care of a lot of concrete over the years. I have acid stained it, laid it myself, repaired small blemishes and hired concrete contractors to do work for me. Through all of those experiences, I have learned a lot about concrete, and I am eager to share that information with others. If you want tips or ideas related to concrete, you have come to the right place. Please, get comfortable and explore. I hope you enjoy this blog and that it informs and inspires you. When I'm not writing or dealing with concrete, I love to travel. I also work as an engineer and spend a lot of time on home remodeling projects.

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How to Fix Your Sunken Concrete Driveway

Concrete driveways are built to last, but like other types of driveways, they are bound to show signs of wear and tear from the weather and vehicular traffic. One of the most problematic repair issues you may face with your concrete driveway is sinking.  A sinking driveway typically occurs due to the existence of significant voids between the concrete surface and the sub-grade layer. The voids are created when soil from under your driveway is washed away due to erosion. Read More