When people think of a concrete slab, they typically think of a parking lot or a home’s foundation. However, many of the slabs being poured now are being poured for patios. Concrete patios have grown dramatically in popularity to the point that they are now challenging wooden patios as the most popular type of patio. In fact, recent research has found that concrete patios are growing faster than wooden patios in seven of nine different geographical areas. This means that more people are pouring concrete patios than wooden patios or decks. Why is that?
The first and most obvious reason to choose a concrete slab in Pembroke Pines, FL is durability and longevity. Concrete is low in maintenance and highly durable. Wood needs to be stained and sealed so that it rests water, sun, and other weather hazards. It will need to be redone every few years as well. Concrete, however, is resistant to wind, rain, any other weather elements without any real work. It will last for decades without much effort. In fact, most people only paint their concrete patios once every decade or so.
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A concrete slab patio is incredibly versatile. It can be used for pretty much any kind of furniture. In some situations, a patio could be damaged by heavy concrete furniture. A concrete patio will not be damaged by heavy furniture or sliding chair legs. It will resist most kinds of damage. Also, a concrete patio makes a viable surface for more than just a patio. If you drop a coal from the grill onto the patio, it won’t be damaged. If you want to play basketball, you can even do that. Concrete is a very versatile surface.