Quality & Professional Concrete Work
Driveways & Walkways
Porches & Patios
Yes, it helps the curing process and long-term strength. If the concrete is decorative, this will seal in the color and make it last longer.
During winter weather avoid salt or deicing chemicals as much as possible. Sand and cat litter are better and will provide a non-slip surface while reducing water damage and chemical corrosion.
After 7 (seven) days concrete is usually good enough to drive on. Just be careful driving on corners and edges of new concrete.
We do saw cutting usually within 24 hours after a job has been poured. The purpose is to allow the concrete to expand and contract which helps reduce random cracking. Sometimes minor cracking will still occur.
There are three (3) things you need to pick out:
- The color of the concrete for your patio.
- The stamp pattern you would like to have “stamped” into the concrete.
- The release agent color that will complement your concrete color and shows up in the lines or cracks of your chosen pattern.
We will be happy to go over all the options and cost ranges with you.
Absolutely! We are also bonded. We would be happy to provide you with this information if you are considering us for your next concrete project.
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