How Texas Homeowners Can Address Unsightly Sidewalks and Driveways

by | Mar 10, 2022 | Expansion Joint Repair

When you pull into your driveway, you should feel proud of your home. Unfortunately, there may be things about the exterior of your home that make you feel embarrassed. Or you may be dealing with a situation that could cause potential harm to passersby.

With older driveways and sidewalks, it is common for the wood that separates the concrete slabs to start to deteriorate. As this happens, weeds may grow. The deteriorating pieces of wood and the weeds that start to grow can make your home look unsightly. They could be a potential trip and fall risk to passersby. If a sidewalk expansion joint filler is not used or other action is not taken, it could negatively affect the structure of the driveway or sidewalks.

Many homeowners are surprised to learn how easy it is to address this type of problem. It may simply be a matter of pulling out the weeds and removing the deteriorated wood from between the concrete slabs. A sidewalk expansion joint filler can be used to fill in the cleared-out space. This may be a project that a homeowner could do on their own in just one day.

Or it may be that a little more help could be provided by a professional. The goal is to improve the look of the home, prevent trip and fall accidents, and preserve the structure of the driveway and sidewalks.

Find out how Trim-A-Slab can replace rotten or missing wood that is commonly found in sidewalks and driveways by visiting their website.

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