Although the nights are getting longer and the temperatures are cooling down, it is not too late in the season to pour an outdoor concrete patio for your home. Weather is the main factor to consider when working with concrete: the minimum temperature requirement is 28 degrees, the ground cannot be too wet, and the atmosphere cannot be too humid. As it turns out, the cool, dry October days may provide the perfect weather for hardscape work.
Concrete offers homeowners a great deal of versatility when it comes to patio design. A mixture of broken stone or gravel, sand, cement, and water, it can be stamped, colored, and textured, and poured into any shape. Your design options are limited only by your topography and your budget.
For more ideas concerning concrete creations, reach out to HAOI member Weber Concrete.
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