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Why Choose a Concrete Driveway?

Is your driveway showing signs it needs to be replaced? Or are you looking for an option that will improve your home’s curb appeal? Concrete driveways are durable enough for whatever vehicle you have parked. Concrete surfaces can outlast driveway surfaces installed with gravel, asphalt, or other construction materials. With proper maintenance, a driveway made of concrete can last up to 30 years or longer. If your concrete is showing signs of aging through cracks and other types of damage, it's a great time to consider repairing or reinstalling your concrete surface.

What are the Benefits of Concrete Driveways?

Is your driveway showing signs it needs to be replaced? Or are you looking for an option that will improve your home’s curb appeal? Concrete driveways are durable enough for whatever vehicle you have parked. Concrete surfaces can outlast driveway surfaces installed with gravel, asphalt, or other construction materials. With proper maintenance, a driveway made of concrete can last up to 30 years or longer. If your concrete is showing signs of aging through cracks and other types of damage, it's a great time to consider repairing or reinstalling your concrete surface.

About Cypress, TX

Cypress is a common name for various coniferous trees or shrubs of northern temperate regions that belong to the family Cupressaceae. The word cypress is derived from Old French cipres, which was imported from Latin cypressus, the latinisation of the Greek κυπάρισσος (kyparissos). Cypress trees are a large classification of conifers, encompassing the trees and shrubs from the cypress family (Cupressaceae) and many others with the word “cypress” in their common name. Many cypress trees have needle-like, evergreen foliage and acorn-like seed cones.

Species that are commonly known as cypresses include: Most prominently:

Otherwise:

The family Cupressaceae also contains 13–16 other genera (not listed above) that do not bear cypress in their common names.