Driveway barriers, why? I've seen these in a number of local real estate listings (new construction) and was perplexed. They're not heavily trafficked areas and I can't imagine people are parking in the driveways uninvited (I hope?). Is it just to keep construction vehicles out of the listing shots?
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SandSharkLong may you runPremium,MVM
Santa Fe, TX
The only thing I can think of is they don't want tire marks on the pristine concrete.
Ah ha, good point. It's probably in that fine print, regardless.
McSummationMmmm, Zeebas Are Tastee.Premium,MVM
Fort Worth, TX
reply to Cabal
They don't want oil drips on their nice clean concrete.