Brick pavers are a beautiful addition to your outdoor living areas. However, as time passes, they can move and shift. Some may dip below the ground while others bulge out to the point of getting dislodged. Uneven brick paving not only looks unsightly, but they also pose a tripping hazard.
Spotting clear signs of aging on your driveway can have you wanting to get it fixed in a hurry. One of the biggest advantages of an asphalt driveway is that it can be easily fixed. However, once it reaches the end of its 12-year (on average) lifespan, it will need to be resurfaced.
There are so many ways to make your home a little “greener.” Now, you can even make your driveway be more environmentally friendly. With the cost of concrete driveway construction steadily increasing, it may even be worth it to look into eco-friendly driveways for your next exterior remodeling project.
Golf course officials and owners will have to deal with drainage problems in their putting green at some point. When overlooked, these issues can negatively affect the course’s playability and appearance, which in turn, can affect business as well. Today, we answer some common questions about drainage.
Whether you own a commercial property, or manage an apartment complex or gated community, you should always make maintenance a top priority. But this isn’t limited to the building’s exterior or available facilities – you’ll have to consider its surrounding area as well. Take the sidewalk around the property, for example. Keeping it in good condition is crucial, and here’s why: