CD Designs Blog
We’ve written before about cowboy builders. They’re a plague on all aspects of the construction industry, including the pattern imprinted concrete driveway business. But at least people are becoming more aware of the problem. Previously we’ve warned you about dodgy contractors passing themselves off as reputable contractors. Now the Daily Telegraph has published a useful guide to avoiding problems with cowboys.
While that article isn’t exhaustive, it is all sound advice. As the Telegraph article points out, a reputable contractor should be able to furnish you with details of previous work that they’ve completed. We like to go one step further; that’s why we provide an extensive online database of case studies, where you can get a look at some of the pattern imprinted concrete driveways and patios we’ve installed.
When you’re looking for a team to come and install a pattern imprinted concrete driveway, you need to ensure that they’re trustworthy and capable of the task at hand. A pattern imprinted concrete drive should look good and stay structurally sound for years; it won’t if you entrust it to rip-off artists. If you’d like to talk to some people who know what they’re doing and aren’t just in it for a fast buck, remember that we offer free, no-obligation quotations.
We’d like to extend our deepest sympathies to anyone who has been the victim of a con-artist.
12th October 2010