Whether stamped concrete or interlocking pavers, the approach and driveway to your home can be a style accent to your home and landscaping.
It wasn’t long ago when deciding on a driveway material was easy: asphalt or concrete. Today, the “concrete” choice has expanded to include an astounding array of decorative options. Sometimes referred to as a cement driveway or as painted concrete, decorative concrete is one of the most reasonable ways to spruce up the entrance to your home.
Although plain gray concrete is still installed most often, more people are catching on to the dazzling effects possible with decorative concrete-and seeing the instant curb appeal a decorative driveway can give to any home, no matter what the style. If you already have a concrete driveway, you can still give it a decorative makeover. The concrete industry has introduced many products and methods that can rejuvenate or resurface existing plain-gray driveways.
Of course, to ensure that your concrete driveway will look good for many years to come, there are important steps we follow during installation. How well your driveway looks and performs long-term is largely related to the quality of workmanship and materials that go into it.