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Looking Ahead To Your 2022 Concrete Needs

Start the New Year on the Right Foot With another busy year coming to a close, from all of us here at Bravo Concrete Maintenance we wanted to say thank you for another year of being able to accommodate your ...
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Winter Effects on Concrete Surfaces

It's that time of year again. The weather is getting colder, the snow is falling more often, and our sidewalks, driveways, and parking lots are starting to look like they're covered in ice. Though it may not seem like a ...
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What to Consider When Choosing Stamped Concrete Colors

Stamped concrete is a beautiful and versatile option for your driveway, patio or walkway. There are so many colors to choose from! But before you can pick the perfect color, here are some factors to consider: How Will Stamped Concrete ...
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Preparing Your Stamped Concrete for the Winter

While winter may still be a few months away (hopefully), it’s never too early to start thinking about preparing your property for the inevitable arctic temperatures ahead. The winter months are an especially tough time for stamped concrete. The cold ...
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Seawall Stabilization

Western New York and Seawall Stabilization Western New York is fortunate enough to be located next to a variety of lakes, rivers, streams, creeks, ponds, and even some gorges. With all these waterways it can surely make for some scenic ...
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Bravo Buffalo’s Spring Concrete Cleaning Tips

It’s officially spring, so break out your cleaning tools and supplies, brush off the winter haze and start checking off all the things you promised yourself you would do! When it comes to cleaning your concrete surfaces there are a ...

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Tips for enhancing your driveway

Tips for enhancing your driveway

Your driveway is the first thing a guest notices when coming to your house so it’s important to have a great driveway to have a good first impression. Here are some things you can add to your driveway: Plant trees ...
Spalled conrete driveways

Spalled conrete driveways

Spalling is the peeling away of cement paste of the surface portion of the driveway. Spalling usually occurs in cold climate areas during winter through a freeze-thaw cycle. Snow and ice melts and turns into a pool of water. That ...
Point your gutter spouts away from your driveway

Point your gutter spouts away from your driveway

In the winter, it snows and then melts. The water trickles down your gutters and runs onto your driveway and creates ice on your driveway. More specifically black ice which is extremely dangerous. The water could even run to the ...
Calcium-based ice melts

Calcium-based ice melts

Keeping your driveway clear of snow and ice is important for your safety and your car. Choosing the right ice melt for your driveway is important because some ice melts can damage your driveway. Using calcium-based ice melts are safe ...
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The Negative Effects of Winter on Concrete – and How to Prevent Them

As winter weather arrives, it is important to be aware of the potential damage that cold weather can have on concrete. Concrete is susceptible to cracks and other damage when the weather dips below freezing. Let's discuss the negative effects ...
Don't put heavy vehicles on your driveway multiple times

Don’t put heavy vehicles on your driveway multiple times

Having a heavy vehicle on your driveway is okay every once in a while, but can be bad if you do it repeatedly. Vehicles such as RV’s shouldn’t be kept on your driveway for long periods of time. If you ...