One of the features that first drew the homeowner to the property was the use of Brick Paving instead of concrete. From the front walkways to the patio area, beautifully aged bricks give the place a look that’s a little out of the ordinary. While the overall look is great, there are some signs of excessive wear. Is it worth talking with a professional about restoring the paving, or is it time to come up with a new solution? Here are some reasons to go for the former solution instead of the latter.
Duplicating the Look Will Be Difficult
If a professional is hired to rip up everything and start fresh, things will never look the same again. Since the homeowner loves the present look and really wants to enhance what’s already in place, why get rid of something that adds so much to the place? A professional who is used to dealing with Brick Paving can assess the wear and come up with a plan to repair any minor damage and then seal the brick with a protective coating. If the owner likes, some type of stain can be applied to provide a more vibrant look to the brick design before the coating is applied.
The Paving is Still Durable
There’s no doubt those surfaces paved with brick are still strong. All they need is some cosmetic touches. With that in mind, why spend the money it would take to replace something that’s a true asset to the property?
Choosing to keep the original paving and restore is not only cheaper. Assuming the job is done properly, the enhancements will improve the market value of the property. That may not be a significant factor right now, but it could be a major selling point when the owner does decide to sell the property later.
Before assuming that those older bricks have to go, visit Coltconcrete.com and learn more about what can be done to restore the look. Arrange for an expert to inspect the paving and determine the condition of the bricks. In many instances, a little work is all that’s needed to ensure those paved surfaces continue to add to the ambiance of the property for years to come. You can also connect them on Facebook.