Concrete Driveways (No wood used for joints)
BEFORE                                                                                                      AFTER
This is a standard driveway with control joints cut into the concrete at ten foot intervals and one down the
This is a standard driveway with control joints cut into the concrete at ten foot intervals and one down the
center to match the angle of the drive. We also placed a curb cut adjacent to the street to circumvent
breakage in the impact area of the drive.
This is a typical concrete overlay. This was done over a very badly cracked and weathered driveway.
The overlay is only one and one half inches thick and composed of an acrylic overlay cementitous
substance composed of 7000 P.S.I. We added color and stamped the process with a ASHLER SLATE
STAMP then customized the colors.
This is a standard two car driveway.  It also has a
Picture Frame Border as well as control joints cut at
ten foot intervals and one down the center. WIthout
these control joints, the concrete would crack from
expansion and contraction. Ordinary concrete
contractors use wood for their joints but in the final
analysis - they ARE NOT doing the customer a favor.
The wood rots out and presents a problem for the
homeowner, but by that time the warranty (if one was
even given), has expired.
BELOW ARE MISCELLANEOUS DRIVEWAYS WE COMPLETED
We added a dark red border when we placed the
regular concrete driveway. All the joints are done
with a tool called a "joiner". There is no wood in
the joints to rot away
THIS IS ALSO AN OVERLAY DRIVEWAY PLACED OVER EXISTING
CONCRETE THAT WAS CRACKED AND DAMAGED - DONE IN THE
FAN PATTERN.
A REGULAR DRIVEWAY WITH  RADIUS CURVES AND A PICTURE FRAME BORDER O
THE WALK AND DRIVE
THIS IS A LARGE ASHLER SLATE DRIVEWAY. WE HAD TO RENT THE
STAMP, BUT THE COLORS ARE WALNUT AND A MIX OF TAN AND
TERRACOTA. THE BORDER IS WALNUT
CUSTOM WALK WITH ROCK BORDER
THIS IS A CUSTOM DESIGNED DRIVEWAY