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L & M Stamped Concrete Co Residential & Commercial 25 Years of Experience! All Types of Concrete Work! Decorative Concrete Concrete Stamped Stenciling Spray On Plain Colored Exposed Driveways Construction Landscape Garage Paving Excavation Commercial Projects Curbing, Floors, Store Front Sidewalks, Parking Lots Free Consultation & Estimate Licensed & Insured Serving Maryland, DC and Northern Virginia Call Today! 443-252-4682


Although anyone can get their hands on the basic equipment needed to pour a driveway, you won’t always get the same level of workmanship when you do it yourself. Let us show you what a difference using a professional can make.


Are there limitations on when pavement can be painted? Yes. For the best results, pavement paint and striping applications need to be applied when the temperature is above 45 degrees Fahrenheit and when a few consecutive sunny days are in the forecast.


Do you know how often to have your concrete driveway sealed? Unlike asphalt, you can start sealing concrete driveways immediately after installation. After that, it’s a good idea to re-seal it every 3-5 years, since severe weather breaks down your coat of sealant over time.


It was the work of John Macadam that brought the first paved roads to the United States in 1823. The UK-born Macadam used a sloped sub-grade surface underneath a layer of angular, hand-broken aggregate with a maximum size of 75mm in two layers for a depth of about 200mm.


Do you have a limited amount of space for your driveway? The “Y-turn” design takes up the least amount of space and provides for easy turning for either your car when exiting the garage, or for other cars using the driveway.


Concrete can be cleaned using dry or wet methods. Dry cleaning involves sandblasting, flame cleaning, grinding, or scouring with diamond grit sandpaper or metal brushes. Wet methods involve water or chemical-based cleaners to dissolve the stain, or a bleach-based cleaner to hide stains.


While cracks in your concrete or pavement are common, they shouldn't be ignored. When left on their own, these cracks will widen over time, resulting in water seepage and/or possibly a loss in structural integrity.


If you are considering having only part of a concrete area removed and re-poured, we will inspect the entire area for spalling and scaling. There are times when these may be strictly cosmetic issues, but they can also indicate poor installation and need to be addressed.


Despite its durability, paving asphalt is actually 100% recyclable. The asphalt can be crushed and milled down to be used against as aggregate for new asphalt. In fact, according to the Federal Highway Administration, less than 1% of asphalt ends up in landfills.


When it comes to our pavement line painting services, we will ensure that you have all your bases covered. This includes fire lanes and no parking areas that are clearly marked, as well as adequate and correctly painted disabled parking.


It’s important to remember that you don’t always have to have bricks laid by hand in your driveway in order to get that appearance. Let’s talk about alternate methods that can give you the appearance you want for a better price.


It is a myth that concrete was a lost recipe until the 18th century. Some medieval structures were built with the versatile material, but it was not as widely used until British engineer John Smeaton made the modern form of concrete in 1756.


Are you concerned that recent changes will make your current concrete supplier less reliable than they’ve been in the past? When you’re looking to make a supplier change, we’d love to show you how we’re a good fit for your business.


Because old painted lines can show through a seal coat as it wears away, we recommend scuffing the lines off before applying the fresh sealcoat. This will ensure that contrasting lines will not appear as the sealcoat fades.


While asphalt may be known for needing more maintenance than concrete, it may be more appropriate for your commercial properties in areas with harsh weather patterns because of the way it expands and contracts.


One material commonly recommended for driveway and other residential paving applications is hot mix asphalt. This is essentially an engineered mix of aggregate with liquid asphalt cement that is both strong and durable.


Parking lot pavement failures associated with water in the subgrades are accelerated in an untreated aggregate base allows water to enter the pavement structure. This is why a proper drainage system is so vital to the long-term durability of the lot.


We recognize that not every homeowner is happy with the drab grey appearance of a standard concrete driveway in front of their house. When you need something blends in a little better, we’re always happy to help you evaluate the options.


By using flowable concrete fill in your next construction project, you can significantly reduce your project’s inspection requirements. Unlike soil backfill that must be tested for compaction after each lift, flowable fill requires very little field testing.


Once your new asphalt has been installed, it’s important that you properly maintain it to keep it looking its best. The general recommendation is that you seal your new asphalt after one year and then every 2 to 4 years thereafter, depending on traffic volume.


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2962 Raking Leaf Dr
Abingdon, MD


(443) 252-4682


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