Do you want a new patio or do you need to update an existing one? We can start right there! One of the reasons that people forgo restructuring their patio or even setting up a new one is because they feel that working with concrete is a mess. They do want to keep part of their yard. We’ve actually heard of this happening where people have to pay pavers to create the patio then pay landscapers to redo their lawn. What we can say is that there are different ways to set up a concrete structure that do not necessarily involve tearing apart everything that is there.
If you are looking to build a new patio or reshape the one that you have there has to be a blueprint, a plan of what needs to be done. If you have a clear idea of what you want to do, even if you have it written down on a napkin we can adapt it to create the blueprint that we need, but we can follow it to the letter. If you are at a point where your ideas are not set in stone then we can also help you come with a design that fits your particular needs.
Concrete Patios Just Make Sense
It’s not that we feel the overwhelming need to show the superiority of concrete over other forms of paving. In the case of patios though, there is really nothing that you can set up that makes sense. With mulch, you can have a disastrous looking surface whenever it rains. If you were to go with asphalt there is a chance that you can end up with rocks in your sox after a couple of minutes of being on the grill. Concrete is the most durable and smooth surface out there. That you really won’t have to worry about that much.
How Long Will A Concrete Patio Last?
If the patio is properly set up there is a good chance that you are going to have a patio that could do well for about a decade without it needing too much care. If you provide that surface with care though that patio could last for decades. There are concrete floors that were built 50 years ago that are still in decent shape. At the same time, there are some that were built a couple of years ago and don’t look great. The setup and the care that you give the area really do make a difference.
Have Your Patio & Your Lawn Co-exist Perfectly
You should have to pick between having a patio or a lawn, or garden or whatever it is that you want to have. We are going to be able to design areas that are able to coexist in your backyard and be just right. That way you don’t feel that you left just a little patch of grass or that maybe you could’ve built a bigger patio. Both of these areas can be just right.