Residential and Commercial Concrete Contractors Serving Clearwater and Pinellas County Towns
Residential concrete services can enhance your property in Clearwater significantly for many reasons. Concrete driveways can open you up to all kinds of positives. These driveways are visually enticing and because of that can strengthen your home’s curb appeal and value on the real estate market. They’re remarkably resilient and can stand the test of time easily. They don’t even call for time-consuming and complex routine maintenance work. And yes talk about that resale value yet again with these new upgrades and additions. Homeowners will most certainly seek out a home with well thought out upgrades such as smooth, crack free and easy to maintain surfaces. Call our talented Clearwater Concrete Pros as soon as possible to find out more about our residential or commercial concrete services.
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Concrete driveways, roadways, platforms or structures usually require the use of reinforcements to prevent and reduce cracking and architectural faux pas. Steel bars known as rebar are embeded into the concrete before it sets to aid in reinforcing the area. Alternatives to rebar such as galvanized panels of welded wire wesh may also be used. Concrete roadways, platforms, and structures typically require some type of reinforcement to help reduce cracking and prevent architectural failure. Most often, rebar (steel bars) are embedded into the concrete before it hardens. However, galvanized panels of welded wire mesh can be used as an alternative to rebar
Concrete can crack when the ground below is soft and wet from a heavy rainfall and there's excessive weight like a dumpster, RV or industrial vehicle placed on the material or slab.
In areas of high traffic, such as concrete driveways, walkways or patios, paint is typically not the best solution to cover this area. Paint does not stick well to areas with excessive use and high traffic and often requires the use of special primer first.
In general, paint is not a great product choice for areas that will be walked on. While there are some products specifically meant for such areas, paint typically does not perform well enough for driveways, patios, and walkways. Getting the paint to stick to concrete may involve using a special masonry primer.
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