August 21, 2016

Many homeowners today are looking for ways to increase the longevity of their property and exterior surfaces. With home costs down, and the costs of materials and home repairs up, it only makes sense to maintain what you own. Proper maintenance will not only increase curb appeal but can add value to your home as well.

Concrete is one of those surfaces that can definitely add curb appeal and value, but can decrease it if it is not maintained properly. Concrete surfaces like driveways, walkways or sidewalks, in a general sense, do not have to be sealed or protected to perform well. As a matter of fact, a concrete driveway will last for years without being sealed, but once it begins to deteriorate it can be too late to stop it. Also, concrete being such a porous surface, it is VERY EASY for the concrete to absorb stains like irrigation rust, oil and vehicle fluid stains, and other contaminates. 

There are many reasons to seal a concrete driveway, but one of the main reasons is to extend the...

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