Nowadays, more and more people are getting into side businesses to add a little extra for groceries, for a new car, or probably to save up for a trip. No matter what you wish to use the extra money for, the concrete driveway is a great (and free) place to set up a side business. Here are some super cool ideas:
Rental Parking Space
If your driveway is spacious and not being used that often, you can turn it into a rental parking space for neighbors who don’t have their own driveways or garages. It can also cater to guests who can’t find a parking spot. Charge them for a reasonable amount for the amount of time they will be leaving their car parked on your space.
Set Up a Food or Refreshment Stand
In the heart of Las Vegas, a place to stop by and grab a bite or to cool down will be very much appreciated. Just put some shade on the driveway and set up a few tables or chairs to accommodate customers.
If you are not too keen on keeping your concrete driveway clean, offer it as a creative space for artists and musicians. Creative people love turning anything into art. Some could offer to paint a mural on your driveway, musicians can busk or jam on it, street artists can set up their performances on your driveway, too. Not only will your space be a piece of art but you also get paid for it, too.
A garage sale is a great way to get rid of stuff in your home that you don’t use or have any space for anymore. Clean out your attic, the garage, the basement, and any other room in your house, and take out all the items that are just collecting dust and have no use for. To make your garage sale more inviting, sell some baked goodies and drinks. People can feast on these while looking around your stuff for sale.
You don’t have to invest much in these business ideas, just the driving space that you already have. Just remember that these side businesses will increase traffic and load on your concrete driveway, so make sure to inspect it for any damage after every business day. This way, you can catch early signs and address them immediately with a concrete driveway crack repair, resurfacing, or refinishing job.