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Some Questions for Driveway Contractors

If you own a residential home or are having one built, you may require the professional assistance of a driveway contractor at some point. These licensed concrete and asphalt specialists are located across the country. Many of them install, pave, and repair concrete slabs or surfaces. Listed below are a few questions you should ask a contractor before hiring him or her.

  • How long will it take to complete the job?
    The length of time needed to install a blacktop slab or concrete driveway varies. Therefore you should get an estimate by having a contractor visit your home. He or she can likely determine how long it would take to put in the driveway and have it paved properly.

  • Do you resurface and repair driveways?
    Typically masonry workers can help you fix a broken driveway or blacktop. However, before fixing or resurfacing the concrete or asphalt slab, you should make certain the contractor is qualified, by checking references. After all, some specialists may do a better job than others.

  • How much do you charge?
    The overall cost will depend on a few different factors. First of all, the location you are in will make a difference, as will the size of the driveway. The materials needed for the job, and the time it takes to complete will also play a part. Make certain you get estimates from at least a few different contractors.

  • Do you specialize in concrete stamp design?
    Not all masonry workers will be able to assist you with this artistic stamping and coloring process. It is imperative to see some of the work the contractor has already done, so you can get an idea of how good he or she is. You should also get a price quote.
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    Curb appeal is important for all homeowners, especially those who want to sell their houses. If your driveway is in need of repair, it is best to hire a contractor to handle the project for you. With their training and experience, they can analyze the surface and decide if you need to excavate. With some materials, such as concrete, asphalt, cement, and blacktop, you can simply resurface the damaged slabs. In other instances, installing a new driveway is the better option.

    The requirements for a contractor’s license vary from start to state, but most locations require some amount of formal training as well as the passing of a skills test. Simply having a construction business does not mean they are able to complete the job. When choose a contractor, you should keep in mind three things: One, is their license up to date? Two, are they in good standing with the Better Business Bureau? Three, can they provide a list of satisfied clients? If the answer is no to any of these questions, that probably is not the company for you. It is best to hire someone who specializes in concrete, asphalt, blacktop, tarmac, or whichever material you choose. It takes years of experience to grasp the proper way to place precast planks, smooth tar, cover gravel, and seal against the elements. Expert workers will also have knowledge to suggest décor elements like interlocking bricks and various stamp designs for imprinted concrete. They can also advise you on the type of pavement that will hold up best in your area while still keeping a cohesive look with your patio and wall. When laying new pavement slabs or stone blocks, true professionals are able to create a pattern. Designing a driveway takes skill and planning to be executed properly.