When a person puts their home on the market, they want to be sure that it is as appealing as possible to potential buyers. Since first impressions are important when it comes to finding a buyer and getting a fair price for a home, a homeowner should do whatever they can to increase the curb appeal of the home.
A major turnoff to potential home buyers is concrete in the driveway or sidewalks that is cracked. Or it could be that wood pieces that were placed in the slab expansion joint have started to break down or are completely missing. This means that weeds may have started to grow in the joints or dirt and debris are easily collected there.
In some cases, making the sidewalk and driveway more appealing may be a simple fix. For example, caulking could be used to fill in any cracks in the concrete slabs. A product made from exterior grade materials that is easily pressed into the slab expansion joint and then cut to the right length can replace missing wood pieces. Or a homeowner may determine that it is time to have the driveway and sidewalks completely replaced. If their budget does not allow for this, they may decide to cover the driveway with brick pavers or flagstone.
Trim-A-Slab is a product that is designed to easily replace rotten or broken wood pieces that are usually found in driveways and sidewalks of homes that are over five years old. Learn more by visiting the website.