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Concrete Driveway Replacement Spring 2017 Specials For Rochester, Mi

Posted by Johna Mullinax on January 27, 2017 at 6:45 PM Comments comments (1)

Give us a call today for all your driveway replacement needs! Reliable Custom Concrete will give you a professional writen estimate for your driveway. sign up and mention this post and you will receive $250 off any project over 1200 Square Feet. We have many references available in the local and surrounding areas. We also service Troy, Rochester, Rochester Hills, Oakland Twp, Shelby Twp, Oxford, Lake Orion, Washington Twp, Almont, Romeo, Royal Oak, Auburn Hills, Macomb, Utica and other local areas. 

Concrete Driveway Replacement Spring Specials 2017 For Shelby Twp., Mi

Posted by Johna Mullinax on January 23, 2017 at 8:30 PM Comments comments (0)

Reliable Custom Concrete is offering $300.00 off any coplete driveway replacement for early Spring sign ups!! So hurry and set up your free friendly estimate before its to late. Mention this post when calling. Many references available in your local and surrounding area. So come on Shelby Twp, Mi residents give our proffesionals a call today!

Concrete Driveway Replacement Spring Specials 2017 For Troy, Mi

Posted by Johna Mullinax on January 23, 2017 at 8:10 PM Comments comments (0)

Reliable Custom Concrete is offering $300.00 off your complete driveway replacement if you sign up for the 2017 Spring Season!! Must mention this post well calling to schedule your free friendly estimate. Give us a call today!! Many references available in the local and surrounding areas. Troy, Mi.

Concrete Driveway Replacement Spring Specials 2017 For Rochester, Mi

Posted by Johna Mullinax on January 23, 2017 at 7:55 PM Comments comments (0)

Reliable Custom Concrete is offering $300.00 off your complete driveway replacement if you mention this post when calling to schedule your free friendly estimate!! Get signed up for our early spring schedule NOW!!!! Reliable Custom Concrete offers top notch driveway replacement services in Rochester Michigan. We have many references in the local and surrounding areas. Give us a call today!!

Concrete driveway contractor Rochester Michigan

Posted by Johna Mullinax on April 14, 2016 at 4:05 PM Comments comments (0)
Your driveway is a very important feature to the exterior of your home. This is where your children learn to ride there bike for the first time, it's the entryway to your beautiful home and the first step to release the tensions of the day before entering your home. No one wants to step into mud or grass. So give us a call today so one of our driveway consultants will provide you with a quote on a new or extended concrete driveway. Servicing Rochester/Rochester Hills Michigan

Concrete driveway contractor Shelby Twp Michigan

Posted by Johna Mullinax on April 14, 2016 at 4:00 PM Comments comments (0)
Concrete driveways are a very important feature of your home. You can update the look of the exterior part of your home while also increasing the over all value. Give us a call today and one of our friendly driveway consultant will come and estimate the cost of a new driveway. Shelby Township Michigan

??? A+ Top Rated Concrete Contractor Troy Michigan 48085

Posted by Johna Mullinax on February 16, 2016 at 12:30 PM Comments comments (0)
Concrete driveway removal and replacement pros servicing Troy Michigan. Specializing in concrete driveways patio parking lots and more! Call today for your free concrete estimate Troy Michigan concrete contractor 48085

??? A+ Top Rated Concrete Contractor Shelby Twp 48316

Posted by Johna Mullinax on February 7, 2016 at 7:40 PM Comments comments (0)
Affordable Material cost AND design are both important to consider when buying a driveway. Concrete offers competitive initial costs and because it requires little maintenance it also offers considerable savings over many years. Quality Your concrete driveway gives your home it's first impression. Concrete adds value to your curb appeal by presenting a clean, professional appearance. Concrete driveways are built to last! Durable When it comes to driveways, concrete takes the most abuse, holds it's strength and has the longest life of any competitive product! Decorative There are many color and texture options to choose from! Versatile Regardless of the landscape around your home, concrete driveways are a sure fit. Enhancing your property with concrete is very resourceful and adds value to your property. Concrete Care & Facts Fact #1 There is no stronger, easier to care for, or longer lasting pavement product for your property. If properly cared for, your concrete job should last upwards of 20-30 years. Fact #2 All concrete cracks. By the nature of it's chemical properties it shrinks while hardening in a process called "hydration". In properly placed concrete, these cracks caused by shrinkage are forced into hand or saw cuts for aesthetic reasons. While we generally control the cracking, there are times when the hydration process or frost movement will cause random cracking outside of our control cuts. There is no structural or strength loss in this, only aesthetic issues. Although your driveway is designed to carry any type of passenger vehicle load, please keep heavy and extra-heavy vehicles off the concrete whenever possible 26,000# and up. Fact #3 Freeze/thaw cycles are the most damaging events to new concrete. New concrete is very much like skin with pores that open and close in relation to heat and cold. When open, these pores can allow water to penetrate the surface and when cooled-close and trap that water, which expands while freezing, weakening that area. A sealer can be applied to help reduce the water absorption. We strongly recommend a re-application of a sealer in the first three years prior to winter to all outside areas subject to vehicle traffic. Fact #4 Using de-icing materials exaggerates the freeze/thaw process and therefore can dramatically increase this type of damage. Sawdust or sand should be used in areas where traction or slipping is of concern. This will not damage your concrete. Please be aware that even though you may not use de-icers, municipalities are using them in record volume and your vehicles are carrying these de-icers onto your concrete. Fact #5 Any de-icer will interact with a concrete surface causing deterioration. Be very careful of these products. Concrete driveway repair replacement and design contractor servicing Shelby Township 48316 Michigan and surrounding areas

Concrete Driveway Reinforcement Near Shelby Twp Mi

Posted by Johna Mullinax on February 7, 2016 at 7:40 PM Comments comments (0)
Affordable Material cost AND design are both important to consider when buying a driveway. Concrete offers competitive initial costs and because it requires little maintenance it also offers considerable savings over many years. Quality Your concrete driveway gives your home it's first impression. Concrete adds value to your curb appeal by presenting a clean, professional appearance. Concrete driveways are built to last! Durable When it comes to driveways, concrete takes the most abuse, holds it's strength and has the longest life of any competitive product! Decorative There are many color and texture options to choose from! Versatile Regardless of the landscape around your home, concrete driveways are a sure fit. Enhancing your property with concrete is very resourceful and adds value to your property. Concrete Care & Facts Fact #1 There is no stronger, easier to care for, or longer lasting pavement product for your property. If properly cared for, your concrete job should last upwards of 20-30 years. Fact #2 All concrete cracks. By the nature of it's chemical properties it shrinks while hardening in a process called "hydration". In properly placed concrete, these cracks caused by shrinkage are forced into hand or saw cuts for aesthetic reasons. While we generally control the cracking, there are times when the hydration process or frost movement will cause random cracking outside of our control cuts. There is no structural or strength loss in this, only aesthetic issues. Although your driveway is designed to carry any type of passenger vehicle load, please keep heavy and extra-heavy vehicles off the concrete whenever possible 26,000# and up. Fact #3 Freeze/thaw cycles are the most damaging events to new concrete. New concrete is very much like skin with pores that open and close in relation to heat and cold. When open, these pores can allow water to penetrate the surface and when cooled-close and trap that water, which expands while freezing, weakening that area. A sealer can be applied to help reduce the water absorption. We strongly recommend a re-application of a sealer in the first three years prior to winter to all outside areas subject to vehicle traffic. Fact #4 Using de-icing materials exaggerates the freeze/thaw process and therefore can dramatically increase this type of damage. Sawdust or sand should be used in areas where traction or slipping is of concern. This will not damage your concrete. Please be aware that even though you may not use de-icers, municipalities are using them in record volume and your vehicles are carrying these de-icers onto your concrete. Fact #5 Any de-icer will interact with a concrete surface causing deterioration. Be very careful of these products. Servicing Shelby Township Michigan And Surrounding Areas

New Driveway Installed In Under A Week! Serving Rochester Michigan

Posted by Johna Mullinax on February 7, 2016 at 7:20 PM Comments comments (0)
Affordable Material cost AND design are both important to consider when buying a driveway. Concrete offers competitive initial costs and because it requires little maintenance it also offers considerable savings over many years. Quality Your concrete driveway gives your home it's first impression. Concrete adds value to your curb appeal by presenting a clean, professional appearance. Concrete driveways are built to last! Durable When it comes to driveways, concrete takes the most abuse, holds it's strength and has the longest life of any competitive product! Decorative There are many color and texture options to choose from! Versatile Regardless of the landscape around your home, concrete driveways are a sure fit. Enhancing your property with concrete is very resourceful and adds value to your property. Concrete Care & Facts Fact #1 There is no stronger, easier to care for, or longer lasting pavement product for your property. If properly cared for, your concrete job should last upwards of 20-30 years. Fact #2 All concrete cracks. By the nature of it's chemical properties it shrinks while hardening in a process called "hydration". In properly placed concrete, these cracks caused by shrinkage are forced into hand or saw cuts for aesthetic reasons. While we generally control the cracking, there are times when the hydration process or frost movement will cause random cracking outside of our control cuts. There is no structural or strength loss in this, only aesthetic issues. Although your driveway is designed to carry any type of passenger vehicle load, please keep heavy and extra-heavy vehicles off the concrete whenever possible 26,000# and up. Fact #3 Freeze/thaw cycles are the most damaging events to new concrete. New concrete is very much like skin with pores that open and close in relation to heat and cold. When open, these pores can allow water to penetrate the surface and when cooled-close and trap that water, which expands while freezing, weakening that area. A sealer can be applied to help reduce the water absorption. We strongly recommend a re-application of a sealer in the first three years prior to winter to all outside areas subject to vehicle traffic. Fact #4 Using de-icing materials exaggerates the freeze/thaw process and therefore can dramatically increase this type of damage. Sawdust or sand should be used in areas where traction or slipping is of concern. This will not damage your concrete. Please be aware that even though you may not use de-icers, municipalities are using them in record volume and your vehicles are carrying these de-icers onto your concrete. Fact #5 Any de-icer will interact with a concrete surface causing deterioration. Be very careful of these products. Concrete repair, replacement and design contractor servicing Rochester Michigan and surrounding areas

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