Author: Bravo Buffalo

FYI: Concrete Cleaning

By Bravo Buffalo 0 Comment February 2, 2016

Dirty concrete leaves walkways looking unattractive and potentially dangerous when coated with slippery dirt and grime Periodically cleaning your concrete as part of its regular maintenance will both enhance its beauty and extend its service life. It can often be difficult to tell when your concrete is in need of a cleaning, as dirt and […]

Why Seal Concrete Driveways?

By Bravo Buffalo 0 Comment January 8, 2016

In order to save yourself from costly repairs in the future, it’s a smart idea to look into some ways to increase the longevity of your property and exterior surfaces. It only makes sense to maintain what you own instead of waiting until it needs fixing! Concrete is one of those surfaces that adds curb appeal […]

The Dangers of Cracked and Uneven Concrete

By Bravo Buffalo 0 Comment December 15, 2015

Slips, trips, and falls constitute the majority of general industry accidents. They cause 15% of all accidental deaths, and are second only to motor vehicles as a cause of fatalities. They represent the primary cause of missed work days, and half of all accidental deaths in the home are caused by falls.   At about […]

Before and After: Stamped Concrete

By Bravo Buffalo 0 Comment November 5, 2015

At Bravo! Concrete Maintenance, we pride ourselves on a commitment to the rejuvenation of concrete. Our specialty is restoring faded and dulled concrete to its original beauty, whether it be a flat concrete surface or a stamped or otherwise decorative patio. Take a look below at some of our most recent work: Like what you […]

Concrete Leveling: a Cost-Effective Alternative

By Bravo Buffalo 0 Comment October 16, 2015

Sinking front porch? Slouching sidewalk? Take a look at what the affordable process of concrete leveling can do: The procedure is simply an attempt to correct an uneven concrete surface by changing the foundation that it sits upon. At about one third of the cost of replacing your concrete, concrete leveling is an excellent option for homeowners and […]

Cracked Concrete

By Bravo Buffalo 0 Comment September 14, 2015

Why is my concrete cracking? And what can I do about it? When installed properly, concrete is one of the most durable products that you can invest in for your home. However, no matter how skilled your contractor is, no material can be considered foolproof. Here are some possible reasons why your concrete is beginning […]

Enhance Your Home with Decorative Concrete

By Bravo Buffalo 0 Comment August 10, 2015

After several years, homeowners are often looking for ways to update their homes’ look. Implementing aesthetic changes to the outside of the home does not have to be an extensive process that breaks the bank. Bravo Buffalo offers plenty of options for those that are interested in modernizing or rejuvenating surfaces that may appear outdated and […]

Fixing Your Damaged Concrete

By Bravo Buffalo 0 Comment June 4, 2015

The concrete in and around your Buffalo home can become damaged due to the many changing weather conditions. This constant movement of the soil beneath your concrete will cause the concrete to shift and move causing cracking and unlevel concrete. Some of the most common places for concrete problems are: Garage floors Sidewalks Garage floors Steps Driveways […]

Getting ready for pool season

By Bravo Buffalo 0 Comment May 13, 2015

May has been a tease — giving us 80 degree weather and a taste for summer, but before long, summer will be officially here. That means pool season — which is why May is the perfect time to get your pool ready. But how do you know if your in-ground pool needs any maintenance or […]

Spring Cleaning

By Bravo Buffalo 0 Comment April 3, 2015

Spring in Buffalo is sometime short lived. Your concrete survived the long months of freezing and thawing, and with surprise snow flurries and long periods of rain still in the forecast, your concrete is still under extra stress. And after a bitter winter, you’ll definitely want to enjoy the warm weather once it arrives! A little “spring […]